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FOR THE YEAR 1859. 



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IN"- collecting the information for the Massachusetts Renter for 1859, circulars hare been sent to our 

T4TriKr^m^e"T^~Ti^?nfs'T?i every town in the State, from all of which — excepting three only — answer; 
have been promptly received. Many other communications have also been received fro ra Academies 
Banks, Custom Houses, private individuals, and var ions- other sources, giving notices of changes to t- 
made. The following figures, with regard to a f : -w of " the classes treated of in this book, will give somi 
idea of the changes that have been taking place during the past year : — 

The JtiPticesof the Peace, who are the most numerous class, number 5105" in the Register of 1858 
and .5410 in the present; 26*8 having been erased, and 593 added. Under an Act of the Legislature 
of 1838, 141 of those persons holding commissions as Justices of the Peace-have- been designated to tn 
criminal casss. A list of them, corrected up to February, 18-59, is given on page 16; and they are alsc 
given among County Officers, under heading of t; Trial Justices." 

Another Act of the last Legislature unites the business of the Courts of Probate and Insolvency 
thus devolving the duties formerly performed by 28 Judges, and as many Registers, upon half tha 1 
number. 

Oi the 8 Councillors-, 40 Senators, and 240 Representatives, who held those offices last year, 3 Coun- 
cillors, 11 Senators, and 4-0 Representatives hold the same office in 1 8o9". 

Promotions and other causes have so varied the list of Military Officers, given on pages 83 to Sfi, 
that, out of 288 whose names were given last year, only about 150 remain the same in the present list. 

Clergymen are quite a changeable class ; for, oat of 1,324 settled Clergymen named last year, only 965" 
remain over the same parish now. -The number has increased to 1,373. 

Lawyers have increased from 1,121 to 1,142.; about 1000 of them still holding the same residence 
as last year. 

The number of Physicians has bean increased from 1,547 to 1,618 vtheresidenees of 1,400 remaining 
-the same as last year. 

Twenty-six Newspapers or Periodicals Lave been erased from last year's list, and thirty-nine 
added to it, ; giving 243 now published. 

These arc but few of the changer: that have bsen made-; many other classes not enumerated here 
having shown as great, and some a much great®?, amount of changes. 

The publishers renew their tnaaks to those who have assisted in the compilation ofthevrork, and 
would suggest that any person discovering an error in the book will confer a favor by notifying them of 
it, that it may be corrected in future. 

All communications for the Register of I860 should be forwarded on or before December 1, 1859', to 

Ada^s, Sampson, & Co., 91 Washington Street. 



CONTENTS 



Paee. 

Academies .................. «-.I63 

Acts passed by General Court, 1858 21 

Additions, Corrections, Sec. 303 

Advertisements follow 304 

Agriculture, Board of. .. - 219 

Albany R. R. Route. 2-3-5 

Alms Houses. State 242 

Amherst College ■> 163 

Andover Theological Seminary ..163 

Appropriations of State Government 26 

Associations, Societies, cVc 220 

Attorney General 9 

Attorneys in Massachusetts S7 

Ranks .113 

" Savings 131 

Barnstable County, Officers of .......... 40 

41 Clergymen .. 95 

" Commissioners 40 

" Commissioners of Insolvency. .« 40 

" Commissioners of Wrecks 40 

" Coroners..... 42 

11 Counsellors and Attorneys S7 

" Justices of the Peace 41 

" Notaries ....- 41 

" Physicians 107 

" Probate Courts ,.... 40 

" Sheriff and Deputies 40 

" Town Clerks . 212 

" Trial Justices 41 

Berkshire County, Officers. 42 

' ' Clergymen „ -. 9-5 

•* Commissioners ; 43 

*' Coroners.... 44 

'* Counsellors and Attorneys . . 87 

" Court- of Insolvency 43 

M Justices of the Peace 43 



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Berkshire County, Notaries-. ... 44 

" Physicians . 107 

1 " Probate Courts 42 

! '* Sheriff and Deputies ... 42 

" Town Clerks ...213 

" Trial Justices 44 

Blind, Perkins Institution for the 17- 

Boards-of Commissioners in Mass - — . 39 

Boston and Lowell Railroad....- ....... ...2-52 

Boston and Maine Railroad.. -" 

Boston and Providence Railroad.. "' 

Boston and Worcester R. R-.... 254 

Boston Board of Trade 29- 

<c Business Directory ...2-56 

'•'- Clearing House ..122 

" Post Office 157 

" City Officers .V...17S 

" Public Library 232 

Bristol County, Officers 4a 

" Clergymen 96 p 

" Commissioners 45 

" Coruners 4S 

" Counsellors and Attorneys .--• 87 

** Court of Insolvency 4-5 

" Justices of the Peace ^ 

u Notaries 47 

M Probate Courts 4 \ 

" Sheriff and Deputies -; 

" Town Clerks ...21 • 

" Trial Justices *< 

Calendar. 18-59 ° 

Cambridge City Officers .« 184 j 

Census of 1855 (Massachusetts) — 

Changes (recent) and Corrections... •••* 

Charlestown City Officers '--'■' § 



Pa?e. 

i - ■■.; ;ea Citv Officers , 186 

|Churche« in Mass 95 

Eib'v Governments .. ••.178-196 

ifiyil Government, 1859 9 

I ( tergymen in I^Iass 9-3 

I j olleges 163 

I ■ itumisftioneni of the C. C. of U S. for the Dist. 

of Mass 209 

commissioners of insolvency, 40, 43, 4-5, 4S, 50, 54, 

56.59, 61, 66,67, 70, 73," 79 
Commissioners for Mass. residing in other States 36 

" for other States resident in Mass 32 

to qualify Civil Officers, 41, 43, 46, 48, 50, 
54, 56, 59, 61, Qo, 67, 71, 73, 79 

'* Boards of in Mass 39 

of Wrecks.... 40, 45,48,50,66, 67,70, 7S 
I « under Personal Liberty Act, 41, 43, 46, 
45,50,54,56,61,66,67, 71,79 

Congress, United States 295 

Congressional Districts 29 

Connecticut, State of 203 

| Consuls and Consular Agents.. 161 

; Coronets, see County Officers 
Council Districts..... 17 



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I County Commissioners, see County Officers. 

f County Oiiicers ". . ... ...40 to 79 

Court, Supreme Judicial in Mass..... 27 

** Supreme of United States..... 209 

11 of Claims (U. S.) ..209 

*' Common Pleas , 28 

" Municipal, Boston 2vJ 

" Superior, Boston 28 

Courts, Police 29 

" United States in Massachusetts 27 

•' of Insolvency, 30.1 ; also, 43, 45, 48, 50, 54, 56, 

58 61, 66, "67, 70, 73, 79 
" Probate, 301 ; also, 40, 42, 45, 48, 49, 54, 56, 
5S, 61, 66. 67, 70, 73, 73 

istom House Officers 159 

rubtriet Attorneys 28 

| Dukes County Officers 43 

j Eastern Railroad 249 

tueation in Massachusetts , 162 

Board of ..162 

ational Associations 22° 

^avoys, Foreign , ,.,..209 

•■-• -x County Officers 49 

' Clergymen . 97 

H Commissioners ■% 

u Coroners 53 

" Counsellors and Attorneys 88 

'* Court of. Insolvency 50 

*' Justices of the Peace 50 

Notaries 53 

Physicians of 109 

" Probate Court 49 

" Sheriff and Deputies 49 

*' Town Clerks 214 

/* Trial Justices , 53 

j fcil River Citv Officers 187 

ritchburg and Worcester R. R 245 

: Sjankun County, Officers 54 

•' Clergymen 9s 

" Commissioners 54 

" Coroners .-„.. , o'i 

4< Counsellors.and Attorneys 88 

'• Court of insolvency '. 54 

" Justices of the Peace 54 

" Notaries -55 

u Physicians 110 

Probate Court 51 

" Sheriff and Deputies 54 

" Town Clerks 215 

\ " Trial Justices 51 

]•' ' ' wght Companies 146 

■ Templars, I. O. of 211 

fnment of Massachusetts, 1859 9 

mment of United Stat. 



P;i?o. 

Governor, Vote for ..* ..212 

Governors of Mass., from 1620 8 

„ of other States 204 

Hampden County, Officers f,Q 

4 * Clergymen 9.9 

'•' Commissioners 56 

" Corners 58 

" Counsellors and Attorneys 88 

" Court of insolvency 56 

" Justices of Peace .. r>" 

" Notaries 58 

" Physicians 110 

" Probate Court §6 

" Sheriff and Deputies 56 

" Town Clerks../. 212 

" Trial Justices 58 

Hampshire County, Officers 58 

" Clergymen 99 

" Commissioners 59 

" Coroners 60 

" Counsellors and Attorney 89 

" Justices of Peace 59 

" Notaries 60 

" Physicians Ill 

" Probate Court 58 

" Sheriff and Deputies 58 

" Town Clerks 215 

Trial Justices 60 

Harvard College 164 

Horse Railroads 248 

Hospitals in Massachusetts 241 

Idiots, School for..,. 172 

Index to Advertisements 304 

Industrial School for Girls 173 

Insurance Companies 136 

Jailers, see County Officers. 

Judiciary, Massachusetts 27 

Justices of the Peace, designated to try criminal 
cases, are given under the head of Trial 
Justices in each County ; also a complete 

list of them on page 18 

Justices throughout the Commonwealth, ... ... 31. 

Justices of the Peace, 41,43, 46, 4S, 50, 54, 57, 59, 

61,66,67,71,73,79 
Justices of the Peace and Quorum are given 
among Justices of the Peace, and desig- 
nated by a * 

Lawrence Academy 168 

Lawrence City Officers 1S8 

Laws and Resolves, Titles of, passed by Leg- 



islature of Mass., IS081 



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21 

Lawyers , 87 

Leicester Academy... 16S 

Libraries 220 

Loan Fund Associations 142 

Lowell City Officers 189 

Lyceums in Massachusetts 220 

Lynn City Officers 190 

Maine, State of , ... .197 

Manufacturing Companies in Mass ...293 

Masonic Institutions ..238 

Massachusetts, Executive Council 9 

" Legislature, 1858 21 

Legislature, 1859.. 10 

4i . li Standing Com., 13 

Militia : 83 

" Population of 212 

" Representatives 11 

" Senators 10 

Masters in Chancer?, 13, 46. 50, 54, 56, o'J, 61, 67, 

: \ 73, 79 

Middlesex County, Officers of 69 

" Clergymen. — 100 

" Commissioners 61 

fi Coroners 6~) 

" Counsellors •• 89 

" Court of Insolvency 61 

" Justices of Peace.,.. 01 

" Notaries ^~> 



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Middlesex County, Physicians ....Ill 

" Probate Court 61 

" Sheriff and Deputies 60 

" Town Clerks 216 

" Triil Justices 65 

Militia o? Massachusetts 83 

Ministers to Foreign Countries 209 

Municipal Court of the City of Boston 29 

Nantucket County Ofhcers ... 66 

New Bedford City Officers - 191 

Newburyport City Officers . 192 

New England Register 197 

New England School of Design for Women ...172 

New Hampshire. State of 199 

Newspapers 146 

Newton Theological Seminary 169 

New York 11. R. Route 255 

Norfolk County, Officers 66 

" Clergymen 102 j Sons of Malta 

" Commissioners..... 67 j Sons of Temperance 

" Coroners 69 Springfield City Officers.. 

" Counsellors 90 j State Alms Houses 

" Court of Insolvency 67 | 

" Justices of the Peace ... 71 j 

'" Notaries ,. 69 j 

" Physicians 113 

" ProbateCourt 67 

" Sheriff and Deputies. 67 

" Town Clerks......... .....217 

" Trial Justices 69 j 

Normal Schools.. 16'.* 



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Senate of 

Senate I)i; 

Sheriffs. | 

Sheriffs and Deputies. Barnstable Co •: 

" Berkshire County 5 

" Bristol County { 

" Dukes County 

" Essex County 

vt Franklin County 

" Hampden County '. 

" Hampshire County ■' 

" Middlesex County.. ■ 

" Nantucket County '. ■ 

Vf Norlolk County n 

" Plymouth County i 

" Suffolk County . ', 

" Worcester County " 

Societies '. 2i 



Board cf Agriculture. ... 
" Industrial School for Gii 

** Normal Schools 

" Governments,.... . 

•« Prison 

" Reform Schools 

M Tax. 1858 

'•' Temperance Committee. 
Suffolk County, Officers of... 



Notaries Public, 41,44,47,49,53, 55, 58, 60, 65 
66, 69, 72, 77, 82 

Obituaries , .29" 

Odd Fellows, I. O. of ....235 

Old Colony and Fall River Railroad 2-33 j 

Order of "United Americans 240 

Ferkins Institute for the Blind.. 172 

Phillips Academy, Andover 169 j 

Physicians 107 j 

Piutnmer Farm School 173 j 

Plymouth County, Officers 76 j 

i( Clergymen .163 | 

" Commissioners 

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Clergymen 

Commissioners to quality 

Officers 

Coroners 

Counsellors 

Justices of Peace 

Notaries 

Physicians 

Pro'bate Court 

Sheriff and Deputies 

Town Clerks 

Trial Justices... 

. 70 j Superior Court of the County of Suffolk 
. 72 j Supreme Court of United States 



Civil 



Counsellors 

Justices of the Pea< 

Notaries 

Physicians. 

Probate Court 



90 j Supreme Judicial Court 

71 | Teachers 

72 { Teachers' Institutes 

1 13 j Telegraph Companies 

. 76 j Temperance Committee, State. 
76 Templars of Ten 



Sheriff and Deputies 76 j Templars ot xempera 

Town Clerks -17 ' Titles of the Laws and Resolves pas 



CierK. 

" Trial Justices 

Police Courts 

Population of Massachusetts in 1855.... 



>d 1353.. 



. 72 j Trial Justices. 

. 29 i Town Clerks 

.212 i Towns in Massachusetts 



Post Office in Boston 157 

Post Offices and Postmasters 152 

Postage Rates 158 

Prison , State 243 

Private School Teachers... 177 

Probate Courts, 301 ; also, 4 ; >, 42, '45, 48, 49, 54,56, 

68, 61, 66, 67, 70, 73, 78 
Public Administrators, 43, 45, 48, 50, 59, 61, 66, 

67, 7", 73, 79 

Public Library of Boston .....232 

Public School Teachers 174 

Railroads 243 

Reform Schools 172 

Representative Districts IS 

Representatives of Massachusetts, 1S59. 11 

Resolves, Titles of, passed by General Court 

in 1858 .... 25 

Rhode Island, State of 202 

Roxburv City Officers 193 

Salem City Officers. 191 

Savings Banks 123, 134 

School for tdioticahd Feeble-Minded Youth... 172 

Schools, Normal - ...162 

Schools, Private .. . . 177 



Tufts College , ■ ■ 

United Americans '- 

United States Court in Massachusetts.. 

" " •* of Claims - 

" " Government .- 

'• " Senators from Mass. 1/89 to 185S, 

Vermont, State of - 

Votes, Table of 211, 2j 

Williams College '•'_ 

Willis ton Seminary .U 

Worcester City Officers B 

Worcester County, Officers 

" Clergymen 1_ 

" Commissioners ■ 

" Coroners - 

" Counsellors............. • 

'• Court of Insolvency 

" Notaries... 

** Justices of Peace 

»' Physicians «L 

" ProbateCourt ; 

'* Sheriff and Deputies ; 

" Town Cleiks. - 

" Trial Justices, 



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ALMANAC. 



JANUARY, 1859. 



MOON'S PHASES. 

New Moon, 4th day. Oh. 41m. morning. 
Firs:; Quarter. 12th day, 2h. oSai morning 
Full Moon, ISth day, 7h. 5m. afternoon. 
Last Quarter, 25th day, 4h. 1m. arternoou. 



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MOON'S PHASES. 

New Moon, 2d day, 8h. 20m. afternoon. 
First Quarter, loth day, 2h. 50m. afternoon. 
Full Moon, 17th day, 5h. 58m. morning. 
Last Quarter, 24th day, Sh. 37m. morning. 



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MOON'S PHASES 

New Moon, 4th day. 2h. 56m. afternoon. 
Firs':. Quarter, 11th day, Uh. 55tn. afternoon. 
Full MoiMa, 18th day. 5h. lm. afternoon. 
Last Quarter, 26th day, 4!i. 43m. morning. 

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MOON'S PHASES. 

New Moon, 3d day, 5h. 33m. morning. 
Fir?t Quarter, 10th day, 6h. 37m. mornis. 
Full Moon, 17th day, 4h. 22m. morni!.-,'. 
Last Quarter, 25th day, Oh. lm. morning. 



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MASSACHUSETTS REGISTER. 



MAY, 1859. 



JUNE, IS 50, 



MOON'S PHASES. 

New Moon, 2d day, 5fc. 28m. afternoon. 
First Quartet, 9th Say, Oh. 35m. tnomtog. 
Fuii Moon, 26rh day, 4b. 23m. afternoon. 
Last Quarter. 24th day 6h. 5iu. atternoon. 



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Mo i week. K 

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2 I Mob - 4 
g : Tues. 4 

4 j Wed. 4 

5 | Thur. 4 

6 ^i. 4 

7 | Sati 4 
gi SUN. 4 
9 { Mon. |4 

1q I Toes. '4 
IT i Wed. .4 
12 i Thur. !4 



1 

13 i Fri. 
3.4 ; Sat. 
15 j SUN. 
1a i Mon. 



17 



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bri. 



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19 

20 

21 

'•'2 
23 
24 



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50 7 

49 7 
48 7 
47 7 
46 7 
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42 7 
41 7 
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7 9: 
7 1" 
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18 



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5 KM? a 

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SUN. |4 
Mon. 4 
Tues. ,4 
Wed. ,4 
Thur. 4 
Fri. 14 



28 Sat! |4 

29 i SU>T. |4 
Sol Mon. |4 
31 ' Tues. 14 



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0: sets 11058:11261 c^ 
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21 9 111 
310 19| 54 
4;11 28; 3 48 
5 mornj 2 46 
6' 24] 3 43 

491 4 45 

1 16; 5 48. 

1 43-: 6 43; ZIGli-*, 5 

2 9! 7 45 : 811 ■■ = .? 

2 S3' S3": 9 2! £"" 

3 7! 9 27 9 50;= £ 
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14j rises 111 112200 J 
37 7 16' 8 46J1144I ;:^3 

36 7 16! 9 42; i 27"^ e* 

35 7 17 10 3S| 05l! 1 15 :- J « 
35 7 IS 11 22 ! 1381 2 1!J3 £ 
34 7 19 11 5SJ/2 24J 2 4 
S3 7 20 morn ; 3 9. 3 33 
32;7 21 23 3 53; 4 36 
31 7 22 45' 4 40 
30;7 23. 1 7i 5 27 
29 7 241 1 281 617 
28 7 25; 1 50| 7 7 
28 7 23 2 12; 7 5S 
277 27; 2 23i 8 4:? 
267 2S! 3 5j 9 40 10 6 
25;7 29i 3 17jl0 3*2 10 59 ;££ 



MOON'S PHASES. 

New Moon, 1st day, 2h. 26m. morning, 
first Quarter, 7th day, Oh. 3m. afternoon. 
Foil Mon, 15th flay, 5h. 34m. morning. 
I-ast Quarter, 23d d'ay. 9h. 48m. morning. 
New Moon, 30rh day. yh. 5»m. mon La i 



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Tues. 

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Thur. 

Fri. 

Sat. 

SUN, 

Mon. 

Tues. 

Wed. 

Thur. 

Fri. 

Sat. 

SUN. 

Mon. 

TUtts. 

Wed. 

Thur. 



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4 247 
4 24 7 
4 23 7 

4 23 7 
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4 22 7 
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4 22 7 
4 22 7 
4 22 7 
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14 227 
14 22 7 
14 22 7 
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4 237 
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10 19 

10 02: 

11 26 
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JULY, 1859. 



AUGUST, 1850. 



MOON'S PHASES. 

First Quarter, 7th day, Ih. 10m. mornhig. 
Full Moon, 14th .Jay, Sh. 9iu. afternoon. 
Last: Quarter, 221 day, If'K. 42m. afternoon. 
New Moon, 29ik csay, ah. 0m. afternoon. 



MOON'S PHASES. 

First Quarter, 5th day, I0!i. 38m. morning 
Full Moon, 13th day, lib.. 51m. mornin?t 
Last Quarter. 2l>r. day. 9&-2rn, moramo-. 
N«w Moon, 27r.n day, lib. i2m. afternoon. 



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Tues. : 4 537 19 i 3 1 T4 2 15 
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Tues. 5 7 101 Y |= 812 8 41 
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Thur. 5 27 8i " '^'A0 110 24 
Fri- 6 37 7j * *" 10 47 11 6 


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14 J Thur. 4 3, , 36 rises 


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Tues. 5 7!7 1 2 i ! 52; 110 
Wed. 5 87 Zu 127 ' *48j 
Thur. 5 9 6 5Sj * ,,7! 2 2i 2 20 
Fri. 15 10 6 55,ft °T, 2 41! 3 1 
Sat. kll!6 55 * 3 23 3 46 
SUN. 12 6 54 ,? 413 ! i 4-'t 


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ALMANAC 



SEPTEMBER, IS 59, 

MOON'S PHASES, 

Firit Quarter, 3d day. llh. 2hn. aft e-mooti. 
Full Moon, 12th day, 3a. 47m. morning. 
Last Quarter, 19th any, oh. 30m. afternoon. 
New Moon, 26th day, Vh. I2ai. Husarning. 



OCTOBER, 1859. 

MOON'S PliASES. 

•First Quarter. 3 I day, 3h.48m. aft^nootK 
T'oll Moon, lith day, 7h. Sm. afternoon. 
Last. Quarter, 19rh day. Oh. 69ni. morning. 
New Moon, 25th day, ?/b. 49m afternoon. 



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Satur. 5 £-6 5 43 8 51 2 30 2 55 


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Tnes. 5 t-9 5 39 uiornl 5 14 5 44 






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Mon. 


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12 


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NOVEMBER, 185a 

MOON'S PEASES. 

First Quarter, 2d day, llh 34 tn. doming. 
Full Moon, loth day, 9h. 21m. morning 
Last Qu'drter, 17th day , Sh. 23m. morning. 
New Moon, 24th day, ca. «:Jm. morniiig. 




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54 11 9 



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DECEMBER, 1859, 

MOON'S PHASES. 

First Quarter, 2-3 dav, 9h. 5nn. moraine. 
Full Moon, 9th day, lOh. 29m. afternoon. 
Last Quarter, 10th day, 4h 32m. afternoon. 
New Moon, 24ih day, lh. 3m. EiomiDg. 



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6 Toes 

7 I Wed. 

8 Thur. 



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14 4 

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24 4 

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28i 3 17 
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28 j 5 3 
28! 6 17, 
23 : 7 31 
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MASSACHUSETTS REGISTER. 



GOVERNORS IN MASSACHUSETTS. 

P R EPARED BY NATHANIEL B . SHUKTLEFF, M . D . 
Governors of Plymouth Colony, chosen annually by the People. 

162 ) John Carver. [1635 William Bradford. 11639 William Bradford. 11673 Josias Winslow. 

16*21 Wiliiarn Bradford. 1636 Edward Winslow. [1644 Edward Winslow. 1631 Thomas Hinckley.* 

\C>?>-\ Edward Winslow. 1637 Williani Bradford. [1645 William Bradford. | 

1634 Thomas Prence. 1 1638 Thomas Prence. J1657 Thomas Prence. | 

• Mr. Hinckley wiu Governor til! the anion of the Colonies, in 1*2, except daring the administration of Andros. 

Deputy Governors of Plymouth Colony, chosen annually by the People. 
| * 1680 Thos. Hinckley. | 1681 Jas. Cudworth. ! 16S2 Wm. Bradford, to 16S3. | 1689 Wm. Bradford, to 1692 

i * Previously there was ao Deputy Governor, a Governor j.ro tan. bein? appointed by the Governor to serve in his absence. 

Governors of Massachusetts under the First Charter, chosen annually. 
; 1629 Mathew Cradock.* .1637 John Winthrop. j 164-5 Thomas Dudley. 11654 Richard Bellinghairj 
! 1629 John Winthrop. |1640 Thomas Dudley. 1646 John Winthrop. 1655 John Endicott. 

' 1634 Thomas Dudley. J1641 Richard Bcllingharn. 1649 John Endicott. 1665 Richard Bellingham. 

1635 John Haynes. 1642 John Winthrop. 1650 Thomas Dudley. 1673 John Leverett. 

1636 Henry Vane. ;1644 John Endicott. 4651 John Endicott." [1679 Simon Bradstreet. 

* By the Royal Charter, which passed the seals 4 March. IS2S-9 Mathew Oarlock was appointed the first Goverr^r. and Th • ■-• u 
GofFe, Deputy" GoTernor, both of whom had held the same offices before the Charter was granted. On the 13th of the foii wing " 
the same persons were re-chosen under the Charter, but they never came to New England. On the -.i'th of October, lOiO, J h n v. ?.- 
throp was chosen Governor, and John Humphry, Deputy Governor, On the 30th of April, 1629. John Endicott was aof- 
London, to be Governor of the Plantation in Xew England, and ' ' 



and held the office until the arrival of the Governor (Winthrop) in l->; 



Deputy Governors of Massachusetts under the First Charter, chosen annually. 



1629 Thomas GofFe/ 

1629 John Humphry 

1629 Thomas Dudley, 

1 634 Roser Ludlow, 

1635 Rich'd Bellingham,.. 

1636 John Winthrop, 

1637 Thomas Dudlev, .... 



to 1629 1640 Rich'd Bellingham,.. to 1641' 1954 John Endicott, to 16- ; 

" 1629 1641 John Endicott, " 1644' 1655 Rich'd Bellingham, « l& 

" 1634 1644 John Winthrop...... « 1646; 166-5 Francis Willoughby, " 16" 

" 1635 1646 Thomas Dudley,.... " 165011671 John Leverett, .' . " W, 

" 1636| 1650 John Endicott,'. " 16511 1673 Sam'l Symonds, to Oct. 161 

" 1637:1651 Thomas Dudley,.... " 1653 1678 Oct., Simon Bradstreet, 161 
" 1640' 1653 Rich'd Bellingham,.. " 1654; 1679 Thomas Danforth,.. . to 16c 



* Thomas Goffe never came to Xew England. John Humphry was elected, but did not serve. 

Deputy Governor of Massachusetts after the Dissolution of the First Charter. 
1639 Thomas" Danforth, to 1692. 

Governors of Massachusetts under the Second Charier, appointed by the King. 



1692 Mav, Sir William Phios. 
1694 Nov., WHft'am Stovgkton* 
1699 May, Earl of Bellomont. 
17 July, William StougMon. 

1701 July, The Council. 

1702 June, Joseph Dudley. 
1714-15 Feb., The Council. 

171 4— 15 March, Joseph Dudley. 
1715 Not., t William Toiler. 

• Those whose names are printed in It: 
t la November. lfL'!. Elizeus Bu-eess 
came ever to frrf.irra his duties, and r - 



1716 Oct., Samuel Shute. 
1722-23 Jan., William Dummt 

172S July. William Burnet. 



1728 Sept., 
1730 June, 
1730 Aug., 
1741 Aug., 



1749 S 



ept. 



1753 Auo:., 



William Dummer. 

William Taller. 
Jonathan Belcher. 
William Shirley. 
Spencer Phips. 
William Shirley. 



1 1756 Sept., Spencer Phips. 
1757 April, The Council. 

; 17-57 Aug., Thomas Pownall. 
1760 June, Thomas Hutchinson 
1760 Aug., Francis Bernard.* 
1769 Aug., Thomas Hutchinson 
1771 March, Thos. Hutchinson. 
1774 May, Thomas Gage. 



']•■■>. wire acting Gorernors. 

ri3 proclaimed Governor, he hav 

• I tl -■ Office in I'ltf. 



had the appointment in March, 1714; 



Governors. 



ISC 



.!<•• 



Lieutenant Governors of Massachusetts under the Second Charter, appointed by the King. 
1692 Wm. Stousrhton, to J'lv, 17 r 'l 1711 William Taller. ,1733 Spencer Phips. jl774 Thomas Oliver. 
1702 Thos. Povey, to 1796 1716 Wm. Dummer. [1753 Th's Hutchinson.! 

170-5-6 Jan., vacancy to Oct. 1711 ,1730 William Taller. 4770 Andrew Oliver, i 

Since the Revolution. 

1771 October A Provincial Congress. | 177-5 July....- The Council. 

Governors and Lieutenant Governors of Massachusetts under the Constitution. 

J1S51 Geonre S. Boutwell, 185.3 1S10 William Gray, 

!S53 Jchntf. CiirTbrd, 1854J1812 William Phillips 

1750 John Hancock, to 178-5 1S54 Emory Washburn, lS55jlS23 Levi Lincoln, Feb 

1785 -Times Bowdoin, 17S7jlSo5 Henry J. Gardner, 1S5S 1824 Marcus Morton, July, 

|J.7s7 John Hancock, Oct. S, 1793 1S53 Nathaniel P. Banks,.. .. 1826 Thomas -L. Wii I 

1794 Samuel Adams 1797: 1833 Samuel T. Armstronq, 

1797 Increase Sumner, June 7. '99 1 11836 George Hull, 

1800 Caleb Strong 1807 |1343 Henry H. Childs, 

1807 Jas. Sullivan, Dec. 10, 180-S J1844 John "Reed , 

1800 Christopher Gore,..: ...1810, 
1810 Blhridire Gerrv, 1812 

MM ? ;t ; 0b ^ tro ?5" ! S ^I Lieutenant Governor,. |Jf54 Win. C. Plunkett, 

1816 John Brooks, 1823 |18oo Simon Brown, 

[1S23 Wm.E\istis, Feb. 6 IS25 1780 Thos. Cnsl lug, Feb. 28, 1788 1856 Henry W. Benchley,. 

11825 Levi Lincoln 1&34 L788 I njamin Lincoln [7S0J1S58 Eliphalet Trask, 

i 1834 S'-.u, Davis 1836 1789 Samuel Adams*. 1791: 

1836 Edward Everett, 1840 1794 Moses Gill, Mav 20, 1800 

[1840 Marcus Morton, 1841 1301 Sara. Phi. Hips, Feb. 10, 1802! 

;1841 John Davis, ..184311802 Edward H. Bobbins,.. . .1807J 

■ 1843 MarcusMorton i844J1807 Lett Lincoln, 1809 ; 

1844 George N. Briggs 1851|1S09 David Cobb, ..1SB). 

1 • The Lieut. Governors, whost namca are in Italics, were acting Governors «d<so duriiit; vacancies in the office of Governor 



1851 Henry W. Cushmai 
1S53 Elisha Huntington 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT. 






STATE ELECTION" 

Tuesday following first Monday 
IN 

NOVEMBER. 




LEGISLATURE 

CONVENES 
First Wednesday 

JANUARY. 



COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS. 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT, 1859. 

« 

GOVERNOR. 

NATHANIEL PRENTISS BANKS, - Waltham, - - Salary, $3,500 

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR. 

EL1PHALET TRASK, - - - Springfield, - - - Salary [see below]. 

COUNCIL. 

District No. 1. — Jacob Sleeper, ------- Boston. 



2. — Geo. Cogswell, 
" " 3. — William J. Eames, 



-1. — Austin L. Rogers, 



Bradford. 

----- Maiden. 

- - - - - Worcester. 

" 5. — Lyman Dioimock, ------ Westfield, 

M « 6.— Aaron C. May hew, ------ Milford. 

" ' ; 7. — Joseph M. Churchill, ----- Miltcn. 

" ; * S. — Franklin Ames, ------- No. Bridgewater, 

The Council receive three hundred dollars each, for the regular annual ses- 
sion of their board, held during the session of the legislature, and three dollars 
for each da}'s attendance at every subsequent session of said board ; and two 
dollars for every ten miles' travel, once in each session thereof. 

The Lieutenant-Governor receives same mileage, and double the compensa- 
tion, of a member of the Council. 

SECRETARY OF THE COMMON TT E ALT if. 

Oliver Warner. Northampton, ----- Salary, $2,000. 

TREASURER AND RECEIVER GENERAL. 

Moses Tenney, Jr., - - - - Georgetown, Salary, $2,000. 

AUDITOR. 

Charles White, Worcester, - - - Salary, $2,000. 

A T T S N E Y G E N E R A L . 

Stephen II. Phillips, - Salem, - Clerk hire, $1,000; and Salary, $2,500. 

ADJUTANT AND QUARTERMASTER. 

Ebe.nezer W. Stone, - - - - Roxbury, Salary, SI, S00. 

SECRETARY HOARD OF EDUCATION AND STATE LIBRARIAN. 

George S. Boutwell, - - - - Groton, ------- Salary, S2.000 

SECRETARY STATE HOARD AGRICULTURE. 

Charles L. Flint. - - Salary, SI, 500. 

FIRST CLERK SECRETARY OF STATE'S OFFICE. 

Charles W. Lovett, Salary, SI .500. 

SECOND CLERK" SECRETARY OF STATE'S OFFICE. 

Albert L. Fernaid, - Salary, SI. 200. 

FIRST CLERK TREASURER'S OFFICE. 

Daniel II. Rogers, - - - - ■ Salary, SI, 500. 

SECOND CLERK TREASURER'S OFFICE. 

John FT. Smith, - Salary, $l,2<-0. 

CLERK IN AUDITOR'S OFFICE. 

William Evt-leth, - - -. Salary, SI, 200. 



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MASSACHUSETTS REGISTER. 



SENATE. 

(Forty Members ; Jbr Salaries., seepage H.) 

C harlf.s A. Phelps, of Boston, . . . President. 



District. 


NX.HS. 


First Suffolk . . . 


Nehemiah Roynton 


♦Second „ .... 


Oliver Frost 


Third „ . . . . 


Thomas P. Rich . 


Fourth ,,.».. 


Charles A. Phelps 


Fifth „ . , . . 


George Odiorne 


First Essex .... 


William Fa bens 


Second ,, .... 


J. 13. F. Osgood . 


Third „ -. . ... . 


George L. Davis . 


Fourth ,, .... 


Benjamin Evans . 


Fifrh „ . . . . 


Warren Tiiton 


First Middlesex . . 


E. L. Norton . 


Second „ ... 


J. M. S. Williams. 


Third n ... 


John W. Bacon 


Fourth ,, ... 


George M. Brooks 


Fifth „ ... 


Horace Conn . 


■Sixth ,, . . . 


Benjamin F. Butler 


Central Worcester . 


Dexter F. Parker 


South-East ,, . . 


John G. Metcalf . 


South- West „ 


William Upham . 


West ,, . . 


Charles Field . . 


North East „ . . 


William 1). Peek . 


East 


Abraham M. Bigelow 


West Hampden . , 


Aaron Bang 


East . . . 


George Walker . 


Hampshire .... 


Horatio G. Knight 


Franklin ..... 


Carver Hotchkiss . 


Hampshire k Franklin . 


Davis Goddard 


North Berkshire 


tSam'i W. Rowerman 


•South „ ... 


Joint Brahning 


North Norfolk . 


Edward G. Parker 


East „ . . . 


Charles A. French 


West n . . . 


Milton M. Fisher . 


North Bristol . . , 


Homer M. Daggett 


South ,, ... 


Joseph W. Cornell 


West „ ... 


Robert T. Davis . 


North Plymouth 


Perez Simmons 


South ,, 


Ezekiel 11. Saw in . 


Middle .„ -. . 


William T. Davis . 


-Cape 


John W. At wood . 


Island ....... 


Iehabod N. Luce . 



REJiDEJTCS, 

Chelsea. 
Boston. 
Boston, 
Boston. 
Boston. 
Marblehead. 
Salem. 

North Andover. 
Salisbury. 
Beverly. 
Charles town- 
Cam bridge. 
Natick. 
Concord. 
Woburn. 
Lowell. 
Worcester. 
Men don, 
Spencer. 
Athol. 
Sterling. 
Grafton. 

West Springfield- 
Springfield. 
Eastlsamptos, 
Shelbume. 
Orange. 
Pittsiield. 
Lee. 

Brooklme, 
Stoiiirbton. 
Mud pray. 
Attl-eborough. 
New Bedford. 
Fall River. 
Hanover. 
Fairhaven. 
Plymouth. 
Chatham. 
Edjrartown. 



OFFICERS OF THfi SENATE. 

Stephen N. Gifford, Clerk . 

Jacob ML Manning, Qltaplain 

John Morissky, S>>rr<e,ant'at- Arms to both Branches of 

the General Court 

William M Wise, Door-Keeper 

Samuel S. Wells, Assistant Door-Keeper . , . . 

John C Perry, Page 

Fr;;de.uc C. Alley, Page . 



t Elected by the Legislature, February 5, vied James T. Robinson, reined. 



Salary, $2000 
200 



300 
300 
200 
200 



HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 



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HOtSE OP REPRESENTATIVES. 

Number of members, 240. For salaries, see page 14. 
Charles Hal?., of Boston, Speaker. 



Suffolk County. 

Diet. 

1. George W. Purmenter, of Boston. 
Martin Grifhn, of Boston. 

2. Amos A. Dunnel3, of Boston. 
Stephen N. Stockwell, of Boston. 
Edward F. Porter, of Boston. . 

3. Asa D. Pattee, of Boston. 
John C. Tucker. of'Boston. 

4. John II. Wiikins, of. Boston. 
Charles Hale, of Boston. 

5. Edward Sands, of Boston. 
Frederick Whiton, of Boston. 

6. Thornton K. Lothrop, of Boston. 
Martin Brimmer, of Boston. 

7. Samuel Hatch, of Boston. 
Patrick itiley, of Boston. 

8. George A. Shaw, of Boston. 
Thomas U. Busseli, of Boston. 

9. Alexander H. Twornbly, of Boston. 
Thomas D. Morris, of Boston. 

10. Nathaniel C. Nash , of Boston. 
Moses Kimball, of Boston. 

11. Piiny Niekerson, of Boston. 
Amos B'/Memii, of Boston. 

12. Daniel Hall, of Boston. 
Judan Sears, of Boston. 
Benjamin Lewis, of Boston. 

13. Meiien Chamber mm, of Chelsea. 
John Bent, of Chelsea. 

Essex County. 

1. Winthrop 0. Evans, of Newburyport. 
Eldridge M. Morse, of Amesbury. 

2. William Chickering, of Andover. 

3. James Hill, of Beverly. 
Thomas A. Morgan, of Beverly, 

4. Francis P. Putnam, of Darivers. 

5. Luther Allen, of Manchester. 

6. Edwin IS. George, of Groveland. 

7. John J. Babson, of Gloucester. 
Jeremiah U. Cook, of Gloucesier. 

8. Nathan S. Kimball, of Haverhill. 
James Russell, of Haverhill. 

9. Ebenezei Cogswell, of Ipswich. 

10. A. J. French, of Lawrence. 

11. George W. Benson, of Lawrence. 

12. John Lov< joy, of Lynn. 

13. Dean Peabody, of Lynn. 

11. Thomas D. Hainson, of Marblehead. 
Benj. G. Hathaway, of Marblehead. 
15.- George W. Putters, of Methuen. 

10. Gustavus Attwiil, of Lynn. 

i7. Gorham P. Sargent, of Newbury. 
IS. Caleb Cusning, of Newburyport. 

19. K. S. Spodord, Jr., of Newburyport. 

20. Samuel Kaymond, of N. Andover. 

21. Henry T. Lowe, ol Rockport. 

22. George Upton, of Salem. 

23. Stephen A. Gha'se, of Salem, 
Ofairlea W. Upaam, of Salem. 

21. Benjamin Howe, of Middietpni. 
25, Ebea S. Poor, of South Danvers, 
20. Olivet M. bucey, of Lynn. 

Middlesex County. 

1. *Ebenezt-r Barker, of Charlestown. 
Joseph Caldwell, of Charlestown. 

2. Lyman Pray, of Charlestown. 
James P. Dwinell, of Charlestown. 

2. Isaac P. Sherard, of Somctville. 



4. John Q. A. Griffin, of Maiden. 

5. Elisha Havden, of Medford. 

6. Oliver R. Clark, of Winchester. 

7. William T. Richardson, of Cambridge. 

Alanson Bigelow, of Cambridge. 

Nathan K. Noble, of Cambridge. 
S. Thomas Rice, Jr., of Newton. 

Edward J. Collins, of Newton. 
9. Joseph Crafts, of Watertown. 

Josiah Butter, of Waitham. 

10. George W. Warren, of Weston, 

11. Benjamin F. Ham, of Natiek. 

12. Nathaniel "Dowse, of Sherborn. 

13. William F. Ellis, of Ashland. 

14. James W. Brown, of Frainingham. 

15. John Phelps, of Marlborough. 

16. Benjamin W. Gleason, of Stow. 

17. Shattuck Hartwell, of Littleton. 

IS. A. W. Crowninshield, of Lexington. 

19. Nathan Wyman, of Woburn. 

20. Loien L. Fuller, of Melrose. 

J. Parker Gould, of Stoneham. 

21. Stillman E. Parker, of Beading, 

22. Jacob Coggin, of Tewksbury. 

23. Marcus A. Thomas, of Lowell. 
Sullivan Tay, of Loweil. 
John C. Woodward, of Lowell. 

24. Tappan Wentworth, of Lowell, 
Walter Burnham, of Lowell. 
John A. Goodwin, of Lowell. 

25. Nathan B, Edwards, of Chelmsford,' 

26. Charles Babbidge, of Pepperell. 
James P. Longley, of Shirley. 

17, Noah Pali, of Townsend. 

Worcester County. 

1. J. D. Crosby, of Ashburnham. 

2. George Whitney, of Royalston. 

3. Russell Carruth, of Phiilipston. 

4. Aaron Greenwood, of Hubbardston. 

5. William Mayo, of Westminster. 

6. Amasa Norcross, of Fitchburg. 
Edwin Upton, of Fitchburg. 
Charles L. Josselyn, of Leominster. 

7. George E. Burt, of Harvard. 
John M. Washburn, of Lancaster. 
Solon S. Hastings, of Princeton. 
Charles Brimblecom, of Barre. 
Nelson Carpenter, of Warren. 
Luther Stoweil, of Brookiield. 
John L. Bush, of Spencer. 
R; lph E. Bigelow, of Paxton. 
Nathan W. Williams, of Shrewsbury 
Jonas Fay, of Southborough. 
Gilbert C. Taft, of Grafton. 
Charles P. Whitin, of Nouhbridge. 
Eibridge Mann, of Milford. 
James H. Barker, of Milford. 
Alanson S. Freeman, of Mendon. 
John B. White, of Blackstone. 
Asher Joslin, of Webster. 
Ebenezer Davis, of Dudley. 
Henry Haynes, Jr., of Sturbridge. 
Ira Merriam, of Oxford. 
IlOsea Crane, of Miiibury. 
Marcus Barrett, of Auburn. 
Albert Tohnan, of Worcester. 
Henry C. Bice, of Worcester. 
Charles B. Pratt, of Worcester. 
George Chandler, of Worcester. 



24 



Elected February 14, vice 



Edward Lawrence, who resigned February 4- 



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MASSACHUSETTS REGISTER. 



Hampshire County. 

1. William H. Dickinson, of Hatfield. 
William F. Arnold, of Northampton. 

2. Albert D. Sanders, of Williamsburg. 

3. Spencer Shaw, of Cummington, 

4. Peregrine Waters, of South Hadley. 

5. Lorenzo S. Nash, of Granby. 

6. Charles L. Washburn, of Bclchertown. 
Liberty Crosett, of Prescott. 

Hampden County. 

1. Paul W. Paige, of Brimfield. 

2. Henry Seism, of Palmer. 

3. Randolph Stebbins, of Longmeadow. 

4. Joseph Stone, of Springfield. 

5. Philo F. Wilcox, of Springfield. 

0. Otis A. Seamans, of Springfield. 

7. George M. Stearns, of Chicopee. 
Albert Fuller, of Ludlow. 

8. Geo. L. Wright, Of West Springfield. 

9. Elisha F. Miner, of Granville. 

10. Addison Gase, of Westfield. 

11. David Cannon, of Chester. 

Franklin County. 

1. Hugh B. Miller, of Coleraine. 
George D. Wells, of Greenfield. 

2. Stephen Pates, of Charlemont. 

3. Nathan Knowiton, of Ashfield. 

4. William H. Fuller, of Whately. 

5. William W. Russell, of Sunderland. 

6. Wright Scratton, of Northfield. 

7. Wm. T. Freeman, of New Salem. 

Berkshire County. 

1. William T. Fillev, of Lanesborough. 

2. William H. Tyler, 2d, of Adams." 
Sylvander Johnson, of Adams. 

3. John A. Walker, of Pittsfield. 

Henry Colt, of Pittsfield. 

4. Henry D. Lyman, of Hinsdale. 

5. E. W. B. Canning, of Stockhridge. 

6. John M. Northrup, of Tyringham. 

7. Increase Sumner, of Gt. Barrington. 

8. Orlo Burt, of Sanriisneid. 

9. Calvin Benjamin, of Egremont. 

Norfolk County. 

1. Ezra W. Taft, of Dedham. 

2. William McCarty, of West Roxbury. 

3. Thomas Parsons, of Brookline. 

4. Roland Worthington, of Roxbury. 
Charles W. Bryant, of Roxbury. 
Robert C. Nichols, of Roxbury. 

5. Edw'd H. R. Ruggies, of Dorchester. 
George Rankin, of Dorchester. 

6. William S. Morton, of Quiney. 

7. William L. Walker, <jf Braintree. 

8. Daniel Lovell, of Weymouth. 
Elias S. Beals, of Weymouth. 

9. Daniel Howard, of Randolph. 

10. William H. Tucker, of Stoughton. 

11. John S. Eldridge, of Canton. 
Amasa D. Bacon, of Sharon. 



12. Edward C. Craig, of Wrentham. 
William H. Temple, of Medway. 

13. Horace Rockwood, of Bellingham. 

14. Henry Horton, of Dover. 

Bristol CouDty. 

1. Wiiliam W. Blodgett, of Fawtucket. 
William D. Earl, of Attleborough. 

2. Daniel S. Cobb, of Norton. 

3. John D. G. Willi mis, of Raynham. 

4. Henry H. Fox, of Taunton. 
Henry Sproat, of Taunton. 
Elisha Copeland, of Taunton. 

5. John C. Marvel, of Rehoboth. 

6. William Lawton Slade, of Somerset. 

7. StephenC.Wrightington,of Fall River. 
Thomas T. Potter, of Fall River. 

8. Ezra P. Brown ell, of Westport. 

9. Nathaniel Potter, Jr., of Dartmouth. 

10. Alanson Borden, of New Bedford. 
Saben P. Chamberlain, of New Bedford. 

11. Samuel Watson," of New Bedford. 
Nathan B. Gilford, of New Bedford. 
Augustus L. West, of New Bedford. 

12. William S. Crane, of Berkley. 
Martin L. Eldridge, of Fairhaven. 

Plymouth County. 

(Including Cohasset.) 

1. John Burnham, of Cohasset. 

2. Demerick Marble, of Hingham. 

3. Benjamin F. Burgess, of Hanover. 

4. Peter Salmond, of Pembroke. 

5. Job W. Drew, of Kingston. 

6. Eleazer C. Sherman, Plymouth. 
Samuel H. Doten, of Plymouth. 

7. Marshall E. Simmons, of Marion. 

8. Job T. Toby, ofLakevilie. 

9. Everett Robinson, of Middleborough. 

10. Jarvis D. Burrill, of W. Bridgewater. 

11. Thomas Conant, of East Bridgewater.' 
Edw'd South worth, Jr., of N. Bridge- 
water. 

12. William L. Reed, of Abington. 
Daniel U. Johnson, of Abington. 

13. Daniel S. McLean, of Plympton. 

Barnstable County. 

1. Nathaniel Hinckley, of Barnstable. 
John S. Fish, of Sandwich. 
William Nye, Jr.. of Falmouth. 

2. Benjamin H. Matthews, of Yarmouth. 
James S. Howes, of Dennis. 
Nathaniel Doane, Jr., of Harwich. 

3. Elijah Cobb, of Brewster. 

4. Daniel Paine, of Truro. 
James Gifibrd, of Provineetown. 

Dukes County. 

1. Jos. Whelden Holmes, of-Tisbury. 

Nantucket County. 

1. Peleg Ray, of Nantucket. 
James F.Cobb, of Nantucket. 



Officers of the House. 



William Stowe, Clerk, 

Rev. Thomas Dodge, Chaplain, 

John Morissey, Sergeant-at-Arms tothe General Com 
Edgar M. Brown, Door-Keeper, - - 

Gustavus E. Haynes, Messenger, «.--'- 
David T. Bunker, Assist. Messenger, - 
John N. Vinson, Postmaster, - 

Joseph P. Dexter. Jr., Page, 

Alexander McDonald, Page, ..---- 



i ry» <>-• 



200 

300 
300 
300 
300 

200 



STANDING COMMITTEES. 



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COMMITTEES. 



STANDING COMMITTEES OF THE 
SENATE. 

Judiciary. — Messrs. Simmons, of Ply- 
mouth. Butler, of Middlesex, Walker, of 
Hampden. 

Probate and Chancenj. — Messrs Bran- 
ding, of Berkshire, Osgood, of Essex, Ba- 
con, of Middlesex. 

Treasury. — Messrs. Boynton, of Suffolk, 
Conn, of Middlesex, Daggett, of Bristol. 

Bute in the Third Reading. — Messrs. 
Field, of Worcester, Simmons, of Ply- 
mouth, Rich, of Suffolk, Parker, of Nor- 
folk, Tiiton, of Essex, Evans, of Essex. 

Engrossed Bills. — Messrs. Metcalf, of 
Worcester, Cornell, of Bristol, Peck, of 
Worcester, Fi.-her, of Norfolk, Goddard, of 
Hampshire and Franklin, Norton, of Mid- 
dlesex. 

Printing. — Messrs. Metcalf, of Wor- 
cester, Atwood, of the Cape District, Cor- 
nell, of Bristol. 

Leave of Absence. — Messrs. Metcalf, of 
Worcester, Fisher, of Norfolk, Norton, of 
Middlesex. 



JOINT STANDING COMMITTEES. 

Accounts. — Messrs. Hotchkiss, of 
Franklin, and Rich, of Suffolk, of the 
Senate. Messrs. Noble, of Cambridge, 
Worthington, of Roxbury,Paine, of Truro, 
Burt, of Sandisfield, and Warren, of 
Weston, of the Home. 

Agriculture. — Messrs. Goddard, of 
Hampshire and Franklin, Daggett, of 
Bristol, of the Senate. Messrs. Eldridge, 
of Canton, Freeman, of New Salem, Sar- 
gent, of Newbury, Hastings, of Princeton, 
and Dickinson, of Hatfield, of the House. 

Banks and Banking. — Messrs. Sawin, 
of Plymouth, and Knight, of Hampshire, 
of the Senate. Messrs. Twombiy, of Bos- 
ton, Sherman, of Plymouth, Babson, of 
Gloucester, Lovejoy, of Lynn, and Cannon, 
cf Chester, of the House. 
__ Claims. — Messrs. Tiiton, of Essex, and 
Upharn, of Worcester, of the Senate. 
Messrs. Poor, of South Danvers, Riley, of 
Boston, Craig, of Wrentham, Coggin, of 
Xewksbury, andStebbins, ofLongmeadow, 
of the House. 

Education. — Messrs. Davis, of Ply- 
mouth., and Peck, of Worcester, of the 
Senate. Messrs. Upham, of Salem, Cann- 
ing, of Stockbridge, Rutter, of Waltham, 
Brown, of Framinsham, and Cobb, of 
Brewster, of the House. 

federal Relations. — Messrs. Branniiig, 
of Berkshire, and Daggett, of Bristol, of 
['■" Seitate. Me-srs Rice, or* Worcester, 
'■ ■■ n, of New Bedford, Kimball, of 
Haverhill, Griffin, of Boston, and Loveil, 
Oi V\ eymouth, of the House. 

Fuhuricx. — Sl<i^x>. Cornell, of Bristol, 
arid Fahens, of Essex, of the Senate. 
Messrs. Rav, of Nantucket, Hamson, of 
Marblehead*,Curruth,of Phillipston t Burn- 
ham, of Cobitsset, and Nickerson, of Bos- 
ton, of (he House, 



Library. — Messrs. Davis, of Plymouth, 
Parker, of Norfolk, and Atwood, of B; uns- 
table, of the Senate Messrs. Goodwin, of 
Lowell, Hartwell, of Littleton, and Bab- 
bidge, of Pepperell, of the Home. 

Manufactures. — Messrs. Knight, of 
Hampshire, and Davis, of Essex, of the 
Senate. Messrs. Wentworth, of Lowell, 
Crane, of Millbury, Haggles, of Dor- 
chester, Drew, of Kingston, and Sanders, 
of Williamsburg, of the House. 

Mercantile Affairs and Insurance. — 
Messrs. Fabens. of Essex, and Williams, 
of Middlesex, of the Senate. Messrs. 
Wilkins. of Boston, Washburn, of Lan- 
caster, Raymond, of North Andover, Ful- 
ler, of Whately, and Gilford, of Provmce- 
town. of the House. 

Militia. — Messrs. Butler, of Middlesex, 
and Parker, of Norfolk, of the Senate. 
Messrs Cushing,of Newburyport, Shepard, 
of Somerville, Upton, of Fitehburg, Cook, 
of Gloucester, and Cobb, of Norton, of the 
House. 

Parishes and Religious Societies. — 
Messrs. Bagg, of Hampden, and Fisher, 
of Norfolk, of the Senate. Messrs. Fiiley, 
of Lanesborough, Joslin, of Leominster, 
Burrill, of West Bridgewater, Williams, 
of Shrewsbury, and Fish, of Sandwich, of 
the House. 

Prisons. — Messrs. Parker, of Worces- 
ter, and Evans, of Essex, of the Senate. 
Messrs. Taft, of Dedham, Stacey, of Lynn, 
Tay, of Lowell, Stratton, of Northrield, 
and Simmons, of Marion, of the House. 

Public Charitable Institutions. — Messrs. 
Davis, of Bristol, and Bigelow, of Wor- 
cester, of the Senate. Messrs. Chandler, 
of Worcester, Brimmer, of Boston, Chick- 
ering of Andover, Bates, or' Chariemont, 
and Marble, of Hi-ngham, of the House. 

Public Lands. — Messrs. Luce, of the 
Island District, and Frost, of Suffolk, of 
the Senate. Messrs. Potter, of Dartmouth, 
Merrill, of Boston, Russell, of Sunderland, 
Parker, o( Reading, and Holmes, of Tis- 
bury, of the House. 

Railways and Canals. — Messrs. Odiorne, 
of Suffolk, and Brooks, of Middlesex, of 
the Senate. Messrs. Shaw, of Boston, 
Johnson, of Adams, Southworth, of North 
Bridgewater, Paige, of Briratield, and 
Ellis, of Ashland, of the House. 

Roads and Bridges. — Messrs. Luce, of 
the Island District, and Norton, of Mid- 
dlesex, of the Senate. Messrs. Upton, of 
Salem, Eldridge, of Fairhaven, Knowlton, 
of Ashfieid, Griffin, of Maiden, and Bush, 
of Spencer, of the House. 

State. House. — Messrs. French, of Nor- 
folk, and Rich, of Suffolk, of the Senate. 
Messrs. Gould, of Stoneharn, Sands, of 
Boston, Watson, of New Bedford, Pratt, 
of Worcester, and Matthews, ui Yarmouth, 
of the House. 

'loicus. — Messrs. Simmons, of Ply- 
mouth, and Davis, of Bristol, of the Senate. 
Messrs. Spofford, of Newburyport, iit ed, of 
Abington, Whitney, of ILoyalston, Nichols, 
of Roxbury, and Fuller, of Ludlow, of the 
House. 



14 



MASSACHUSETTS REGISTER. 



JOINT SPECIAL COMMITTEES, 

UPON* THE SEVERAL PORTIONS OF THE 
GOVEHNOR's ADDRKS3. 

County Expenditures, be. — Messrs Ro- 
binson, of Berkshire, Walker, of Hamp- 
den, and Parker, of Worcester, of the 
Senate. Messrs. Wenlworth, of Lowell, 
dishing, of Ncw-jurvport. Arnold, of 
Northampton. Worthingtnn, of Roxbury, 
Rutter, of Waltham. Fox, of Taunton, 
and Clark, of Winchester, of the House. 

Salaries of the Judges of the Supreme 
Judicial Court, — the Statute Relatinq to 
the Crime of Murder, Ac. — Messrs. Field, 
of Woree-^er. Osgood, of Essex, and 
French, of Norfolk, of the Senate. Messrs. 
Wrightington, of Fall River, Peabody, of 
Lynn. Ham, of Natick, Walker, of Brain- 
tree, Filley, of Lanesborou^h, Dowse, of 
Sherborn, and Hall, of Boston, of the 
House. 

Redman of Statutes. — Messrs. Walker, 
of Hampden, Butler, of Middlesex, Bvan- 
ning, of Berkshire, Simmons, of Plymouth, 
and Odiorne, of Suffolk, of the Senate. 
Messrs. Walker, of Pittsfield, Merrill, of 
Boston, Wells, of Greenfield, Gushing, of 
Newburvport, Sumner, of Great Barring- 
ton, Griffin, of Maiden, Norcross, of 
Fitchburg. Johnson, of Abington, and 
Lothrop, of Boston, of the House. 

Bark Bay Lands — Messrs. Conn, of 
Middlesex, and Sawin, of Plymouth, of 
the Senate. Messrs. Shepard, of Somerville, 
Rice, of Newton, Colt, of Pittsfield, Tol- 
man, of "Worcester, and Potter, of Fall 
River, of the House. 

Financial Affairs of the Commo-nwealth. 
— Messrs, Boynton,"of Suffolk, Conn, of 
Middlesex, ana Daggett, of Bristol, of the 
Senate. Messrs. Kimball, of Boston,*Colt, 
of Pittsfield, Parsons, of Brooklinc, Chase, 
of Salem, Wilcox, of Springfield, Morton, 
of Quincy, and Miller, of Coleraine, of the 
House. 

Purchase of the Hancock Estate. — 
Messrs. Parker, of Norfolk, and Rich, of 
Suffolk, of the Senate. Mr-s-rs. Upham, 
of Salem, Hatch, of Boston, Crafts, of 
Watertown. GifFovd, of New Bedford, and 
Sproat, of Taunton, of the House. 

Removal of the County Buildings in 
Berkshire County. — Messrs. Evans, of 
Essex, and Atwood, of Barnstable, of the 
Senate. Messrs. Chamberlain, of Chelsea, 
Chamberlain, of New Bedford, McLean, 
of Plymouth, Hathaway, of Marbleheadj 
and Beds of Weymouth, of the House. 

Preventing Delays in the Administration 
of Justice, Ac — Messrs. Butler, of Mid- 
dlesex, Simmons, of Plymouth, and Tilton, 



of Es^ex. of the Senate. Messrs, Griffin, 
of Maiden,'* Cushing, of Newburvport, 
Wells, of Greenfield. Nor^ro.ss, of Fitch- 
burg, Lothrop, of Boston, Chamberlain, of 
Chelsea, and Brownell, of Westport, of 
the House. 



STANDING COMMITTEES OF THE 
HOUSE. 

Judiciary. — Messrs. Wells, of Green- 
field, Cushing, of Newburvport, Sumner, 
of Great Barrington, Griffin, of Maiden. 
Norcross, of Fitchburg, Johnson, of Abing- 
ton, Lothrop, of Boston. 

Probate and Chancery. — Messrs. Rus- 
sell, of Boston, Brimbdecom, of Barre, 
Walker, of Pittsfield, Peabody, of Lynn, 
Robinson, of Middleborough, Stearns, of 
Chicopee, Rice, of Worcester. 

Finance. — Messrs. Kimball, of Boston, 
Co!t, of Pittsfield. Parsons, of Brookiine, 
Chase, of Salem, Wilcox, ol' Springfield, 
Morton, of Quincy, Miller, of Coleraine. 

Elections. — Messrs. 1 1 inckley, of Barn- 
stable, Seamans, of Springfield, West, of 
New Bedford, Bigelow, of Cambridge, 
Stockwell, of Boston, Edwards, of Chelms- 
ford, Attwill, of Lynn. 

Bills in the Third Flea dip 7. — Messrs. 
Chamberlain, of Chelsea, W r rightington, 
of Fail River, Benson, of Lawrence, 
Walker, cf Braintree, Ham, of Natick, 
Bigelow, of Paxtou, Benjamin, of Egre- 
mont. 

Engrossed Bill*. — Messrs. Blodgett, of 
PawUicket, Doane, of Harwich, Tyler, of 
Adams, Rice, of Newton, Evans, of New- 
burvport, Bryant, of Roxbury, Gage, of 
Wcstneld. 

County Estimates. — Messrs. Went- 
worth, of Lowell, Cushing, of Newburv- 
port, Sumner, of Great Barrington, Por- 
ter, of Boston, Arnold, of Northampton, 
Borden, of New Bedford, Tucker, of 
Stoughton. 

Pay Roll. — Messrs. Nash, of Granby, 
Conant, of East Bridge water, Thomas, of 
Lowell, Barker, of Milfoid, Pattee, of 
Boston. 

Leaee of Absence. — Messrs. Burnham, 
of Lowell, Miner, of Granville, Parmenter, 
of Boston, Butters, of Methuen, Burges3, 
of Hanover. 

Picnic Buildings. — Messrs. Stone, of 
Springfield, Fuller, of Melrose, Putnam, 
of Danvers, Caldwell, of Charlestown, 
Doten, of Plymouth. 

Printing. — Messrs. Bent, of Chelsea, 
Wright, of Wen Springfield, Rankin, of 
Dorchester, Cobb, of Nantucket, Burt, of 
Harvard. 



COMPENSATION OF MEMBERS OF THE LEGISLATURE. 



The our, 
three hum 


red doll 


travel fro. 


i their ;■■ 


sitting of 
dollars for 


he Gem 


have been 


excused 



>f each member of the Senate and House of Representatives is 
for the regular annual session, and one dollar for every five miles 
ctive places of abode, once in each session, to the place of the 
Court ; deducting from the compensation of each member three 
at such m m her shall have been absent, unless his absence shall 
the house of which he is a member. The President of the Senate 



tnd Speaker of the House of Representatives receive double the above compensation. 



JUDGES OF PROBATE, SHERIFFS, ETC. 



15 



OOtfUTS OP PROBATE AND INSOLVENCY. 

The Registers of Probate and Insolvency are elected by the people of each 
County for five years. The term of the present Registers expiree in January, 1S04. 



Oun ties. 


Jolges. 


Residence. 


^ lu "l Registers. 


Residence. 


Sala- 
ry- 


Barnstable, 


Joseph M. Dav, 


Earnsfeab'e, 


5700 Jonathan Higgins, 


Orleans, 


$700 


Berkshire, 


Jan. T. Robinsou, 


No. Adams, 


800 , A. J. Waterman, 


Lenox. 


800 


Bristol, 


K. H. Bennett. 


Taunton, 


1,100 ! John Daeaett, 


Attleborougta, 


1,800 


Duke*, 


Theo. G. Mayhew, 


Edgartown, 


250 j Hebron Vincent, 


Edgartown, 


27& 


Essex. 


Geo. F.'Choate, 


Salein, 


1.500 ; A. C. Goodell, 


Salem. 


1,500 


r'rankiin, 


Charles Mattoon, 


Greenfield, 


600 O.J.J. Inger^oll, 


Greenfield, 


700 


2Umpd»n, 


John Wells, 


Chicopee, 


800 | W. S. Shurtlefl, 


Springfield, 


800 


Hampshire, 


Samuel F. Lyman, 


Northampton, 


650 i Luke Lvman, 


Northampton, 


760 


Middlesex, 


Win. A- Richardson^ 


Lowell, 


2.000 I Joseph H Tyler, 


E. Cambridge. 


i,5<)0 


Nantucket, 


Edward M. Gardner, 


Nantucket, 


300 ! Wm. Barney, 


Nantueket, 


300 


Norfolk, 


George White, 


Quincv, 


1,400 Jona. H. Cobb, 


Dedham, 


1,000 


Plymouth, 


Win. 11 Wood, 


Midlleboro 1 , 


i 000 Daniel E. Damon, 


So. Sc tuate, 


1.C0O 


Suffolk, 


Isaac Ames 


Bo^on, 


3.000 ! Wm. C. Brown, 


< 'helsea. 


3.00D 


V* orcester, 


Henry Ch.ipin. 


Worcester. 


1,800 i John J. Piper. 


Fitchhurg, 


1,500 



For times $1 holding Probate and Insolvency Courts, see ea«h county. 

SHERIFFS AND CXiEKKS OP THE COURT. 

Sheriffs are elected for three years., and Clerks for fire years. They are paid by fees. The Clerks 
&:*; the clerks both of the Supreme Court and Common Pleas. Their term expires in January, 1SC2 ; 
thstof th« Sheriffs in January, 1S60. 



Counties. 


Sheriffs. 


Residence. 


Clerks. 


Residence. 


Barnstable, 


Charles C. Bearse, 


Cotuit Port. 


!i Frederick W. Crocker, 


Barnstable. 


Berkshire, 


Graham A. Hoot, 


Sheffield. 


| Henry W. Tafr, 


Lenox. 


Bristol, 


George EI. Babbitt, 


Taunton. 


li John S. Brayton, 


Taunton. 


Dukes, 


Isaiah D. Pease, 


Edgartown. 


|i Richard L. Pease, 


Edgartown. 


fi^ex. 


James Carv, 


Lawrence. 


j Asahel Hunrinzton, 


Lynn. 


Prank iin, 


Samuel II. Reed, 


Greenfield. 


j George Grenneil, 


Greenfield. 


Hampden, 


Robert G. Marsh, 


Iloiyoke. 


| George B. Morris, . 


Springfield. 


Hampshire, 


Henry A. Longley, 


Belehertown. 


[I Samuel Weils, 


Northampton. 


Middlesex, 


John S. Keyed, 


Concord. 


i Seth me^, 


Canibiidge. 


Nantucket, 


Uriah Gardner, 


Nantucket 


1 George Cobb, 


Nantucket. 


Norfolk, 


John W. Thomas, 


Deibam. 


! Ezra W. S^mo^ou, 


Dedhain. 


Plymouth, 


Daniel Phillips, 


Marshriebi. 


ij Wm. H. Whitman, 


Plvmouth. 




John ML Clark, 


Boston. 


: i George C Wilde, 


Boston. 


Worcester, 


J. S. C. Knowiton, 


Worcester. 


ij Joseph Mason, i 


Worcester. 



REGISTERS OF DEEDS AND COUNTY TREASURERS. 

Registers of Deeds arid County Treasurers are elected for terms of three years, the 
Current term ending in January, 1SG2. 



Counties. 



Barustabif 
Berkshire 



«tol. 



(No. 

j Mid. 

i No. 



E»-*x, 
Franklin, 
Hamp-leo, 
ifwapehire, 

{ No 

Ns<«tuvket, 
SorJ lit, 

'-S [J ,*' H p 



P.egisters. 



Frederick Snxdder, 
Richard Whitney, 
Major S. Wi'.son, 
Isaac Seelev, 
Joseph Wilbar, 
Bexj. K. Sayer, 
Josiah H Smith, 
Ephraim Brown, 
Humphrey Stevens, 
James E. Russetl, 
Harvev Kirkland, 
Caleb Havderi, 
Asahel .-t. Wright, 
Asa G, Bunker, 
Ehos Foord, 
Wm 8. Kusseli, 
Henry AlHoe, 
Alexander U. Wilde; 



j Residence. 



| Barnstable. 
j Lanesboro'. 
| Lenox. 
j G. Harrington. 
j Taunton. 
i New Bedford. 
i Edgartown. 
i Salem. 
i Greenfield. 
| Sprraefield. 
! Northampton. 
, E Cambridge. 
| Lowell. 
I Nantueket. 
j Dedham. 
j Plymouth. 
! Boston 
I Worcester. 



Obed Laker, 2d, 



Residence. 

Dennis. 



Geo. J. Tucker, j Lenox. 



Geo. 



d>i-ard. ' Taunton. 



Barnard C. March-ant, 
Allen W. Dodge, 
Lewis Merriain, 
Charles R. Ladd, 
Henr7 S. Gere, 

Amos Stone, 

George Cobb, 
Chauncy C Churchill, 
Wni. R. Sever, 
Frederick U. Tracy, 
Anthony Chase, 



Edgartown. 

Hamilton. 

Greenfield. 

Springfield. 
Northampton. 

Charlesiowa. 

Nantucket. 

Dedham. 

Plymouth.' 

Boston. 

Worcester. 



16 



MASSACHUSETTS RKGISTFR. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 



(Commissioned to try Criminal Cases.) 

By the provisions of chapter 138, Acts of IS58, the Governor, with the advice and consent of the 
Council, is required to di>M2;nate and cominKsion a certain number of Justices of the Peace in the 
several Counties to try criminal cases. No Justice of the Peace not thud designated and commis- 
sioned has any power or authority in criminal casi s, except to receive complaints aud issue warrants, 
for which ;io fees are to be allowed. 

Deerfield, Jurats C. Amis. 

Greenfield, Wendell T. Davis. 

Leverett, Alden C. Field. 

Montague, Sanford Goddard. 

Orange, Hiram Wo.tdward. 

Shtlbum-, Zehulou W. Field, 



Barnstable County. 
Barns'afU, Nathaniel Hinckley. 
Dennis, Joseph X. Baker. Jr. 
East ham, Elijah K. Knowles. 
Falmouth. Geo. W. Donaldson. 
Harwich, Cyrus Weeks. 
Prov nc^town, Albion S. Dudley. 
Sandwich, Edward VV. Ewer. 
Wellfieet, John W. Davis. 
Yarmouth James B. Crocker 

Berkshire County', 
Becket, Wm. S. Huntington. 
Cheshire, Edgar M. Wood. 
Gt.Rzrrinzion, Billings Palmer. 
Hinsdale, Cha*. J. Kittredge. 
Lenox, Wm. S. Tucker. 
Savoy, Harmon Snow. 
Sheffield. Edward F. Ensign. 
Stockbfidge, Henry J. Dunham. 

Bristol County. 
Atth-borou^h, Henry Rice. 
Dartmouth, Nath'l Potter, Jr. 
Eastern, Albert A. Retch. 
Fairhaven, John A. llawes. 
Mansfield, Wm. B. Bates. 
Paiducket. Wellington Kent. 
Behoboth, Cyrus M. Wheaton. 
Seekonk, Raymond H. Burr. 
WcSlpoTt, George H. GiSord. 

Dukes County. 
Edgartown, Jeremiah Peaso. 
Tisoury, Eliakim Norton. 

Esses County. 
Amesbury, Wm. C. Binney. 
Andover, Samuel Merrill. 
Beverly, James Hiil. 
Danvers, Israel VV. Andrews. 
Eisex, David Choate. 
Georgetown, Jeremi'h P. Jones. 
Graveland, Jeremiah Spoffjrd. 
Ipswirh, Joseph Farley. 
Marblehead, Wm. Fabens. 
Methuen, Jared 6. Llowe. 
Nahdnt, John Q. Hammond. 
Kockport, Geo. D Hale. 
Salisbury, George Turner 
Saugus, Elijah P. Robinson. 
So, Danvers, Benj. C. Perkins 
W.iVetcbury, Nehetn'h F.Emery. 

Franklin County. 
Chatlemont, Fred. VV. White, i 
Conway, Fred. E. Patrick. i £< 



Hampden County. 
Blandford, J&?. C. Hinsdale. 
Brmifteld, Henry F. Brown. 
Chester, Elizur D. Cooke. 
Granvilte, Jas. Si. Goodwin. 
Holyoke, Porrer Underwood. 
Pii'rricT (Thomdike), Gamaliel 

Collins. 
Westfield, Mi'.t' n B Whitney. 
Wilb'cham, Eleaz-T Scripter. 

Hampshire County. 

Amherst, James W. Boyden. 
Belchertown, Frank. Dickinson. 
Enfield, Kpap.hr as Clirk. 
Huntington, Elijah N. Words. 
Northampton, Bora'e I. Hodges. 
Ware, Wm. S. Brak*nridge. 
Wor&ungiO)t,Elu»ha H.Brewster. 

Middlesex County. 
Ashland, Wiilij.ni Seaver. 
Brighton, Henry Baldwin. 
Charlestown, Charles C. nay- 
ward. Chan. Ri.biiison, Jr. 
Ciieim<ford,Ss.tha.Xi B. Edwards. 
Concord, Nehemiah Ball. 
Frammgham.Colta-An 3 Adams. 
Gro'.on, Samuel W. Rowe. 
HoUiston, Orrin Thompson. 
Hopktriton, Saarl D. Davenport. 
M'tlilen, Benjamin G. Hili. 
Marlborough, Alex. C. Felton, 
Me.dford, George D. Portrr. 
Natiek, G«=.orge II. J:- ■ e. 
Neidon, Jaa. i . C Hyde. 
Shirley, Andrew J. dough. 
S:> R*,idtr 
TouttuenJ 



K<l*ard A. Upton. | 
Luiei L. Brown. 

tUtham, jp.»iih Buster. 

est/ord, Lnther Prescott. 

oburn, Parker L. Converse 



Canton, Samuel B. Noyes. 
Dedham, Erastus Worthinpton. 
Foxborough, Jas. E. Carpenter. 
Franklin, Erafifus Rockwood. 
Mrdway, Asa SI. B. Fuller. 
Milton, Chas M. S. Churchill. 
Needham, Gt-o. K Daniel. 

Quzncy, John Quincy Adams. 
Randolph, Abel B. Berry. 
Stovghton, Albert Dickt-rman. 

West Rox.bury, Geo. Woodman. 

W,y?nouth, James Humphrey. 

Wrentham, SamT Warner, Jr. 

Plymouth County. 
Abington, Isaac Uersey. 
EastBridgewater, Joseph Cham- 
berlain. 
Hhigham, James S. Lewis. 
Marskfield, William Fames. 
Middleborough, Ebeo'r Pickets. 
No.Bridgnt ater.Geo.W.Bry&nt. 
Plymouth. Edward L. Sherman. 
Scituate, Caleb W. Prouty. 
So. Scituate. Daniel E. Damon. 
Wareham, seth Miller, Jr. 

Suffolk County. 

No. Chelsea, John F. FeT.n". 

Worcester County. 
Ath.ol, Isaac Stevens. 
Barre, David l.ee. 
Bl'ickstone, Wilhtrd Wilson. 
Clinton, J"hn T, Dame. 
Dana, Nathaniel L. Johnson. 
F>ichburg, Thorufou K- "Ware. 
Gardner, Chauueey W.Carter. 
Grafton, Chandler M. Pratt. 
Holden, David F. Parmenter. 
Leominster^ Joel VV. Fletcher. 
Northborough, Samuel Clark. 
North Brookfie>d Ja-s. H. Hill. 
j Oxford, Ja.-p ; r Br 



Nantucket County. 

Natnucktt, James 31. Bunker, 
Samuel Mitchell. 

Norfolk County, 
oakhne, Wm. As pi l wall. 



Soil \bridgi, S3 Ivester Dresser. 
Sp< nce.r, Luther Hill. 
Sutton, Edmund J. Mills. 
Tem/'leton, Gdman Day. 
Uxbridge. Zadoc A. Taft. 
Warren, Joseph F Hitchcock. 
Web&ter, Hiram Allen. 
Wfsibonj\ Lieiij. Boynton. 
Wtsl Boylston, Eben. M.Hosmer. 
Westminster, Wm. S. Bradbury. 
W;n, irx./oi, Bethuel EilL?. 
B'orct5rd.', Adin Tnavt-r. 





CEIERS OF THE COURTS 


AND JAILERS. 




Couftieg. 


Criers. 


!>s ; .d'- nee. 


Jailers. 


Residence. 








1 George H. Whelden, 

| } Mark O. Smith, 


Barnstable. 


Barnstable, 


George Blish, 




Provincetown. 


Berkshire, 


George Wtils. 


L«nox. 


■ Phineas Cone. 


Lenox 


Bristol, 


Henry F. Obb, 


Taunton. 


1 I- iac «J. Carrier, 
i ] Uias A. Morse, 


Taunton. 
New Bedford. 


Dukes, 


Samuel S. Daggett, 


Edgar ton. 


; Samu-l 8 Daggettj 
i James Cary, 


Edgartown. 
Eawrence. 


Esses, 


Theo. Andrew*, 


I5*swich. 


: ! Ira Worcester, 
■ 1 John Akerman, 

( l-.U'-ut-z-r D. Kimball, 


Ipswich. 

Nim bury port. 
Salem. 


Frank i in. 


David W»i,;ht. 


Ds erfii ,d 


: S'rh C. smith, 


Greenfield. 


Hampden, 


U, M Brayman, 


SpriuglJel 1. 


Elibu Adams, 


Springfield. 


Hampshire, 


. 


__ 


; James B.»»iks, 


North, tiupton. 






( CharleM J. Adams, 


E. Camoridge. 


Middlesex, 


Sfostrt Pri--hard, 


Concord. 


. 1 Samuel Staples, 
' ( Joseph B. Keyes, 


Coueord. 
Lowell. 


Nantucket, 


Caleb l'u*hnisn, 


Nanturkct. 


Benjamin Ray, 


Nantucket. 


Norfolk, 


G*or>M V! l-.Mi. 


1 !..-:.•!. km. 








PJV mouth, 


Philip D. Kii.^iiwu, 


Bri '.--water, i 


Francis J Goddard, 


Ph mouth. 


Suffolk, 
VVoitteAler. 










II K. Ne*«-ou»h; 


Worcester. 


1 Itufus Carter, 


Worcester. 



COUNCIL AND SENATE DISTRICTS. 17 

COUNCIL DISTRICTS, 

As established hij Chap. 310, Acts of lS->7. 
Diet. 

1.— The five Senatorial Districts of the County of Suffolk. 

2. — The rive Senatorial Districts of the County of Essex. 

3. — The First, Second, Fourth, Fifth, aiid Sixth Senatorial Districts of the County of 
Middlesex. 

4. —The Franklin Senatorial District, the Hampshire and Franklin District, and the 
Centra:, North-East, and North- West Districts of the County of Worcester. 

5. — The two Senatorial Districts of the County of Hampden, trie two Senatorial Dis- 
tricts c f the County of Berkshire, and the Hampshire District. 

6. — The North Norfolk Senatorial Discriot, the Third Middlesex District, and the 
East, South-East and South- West Districts of the County of Worcester. 

7. — The West and East Norfolk Senatorial Districts, and the three Senatorial Districts 
of the County of Bristol. 

8. — The three Senatorial Districts of the County of Plymouth, the Cape District and 
the Island District. 

SENATE DISTRICTS, 

.4s established by Chap. 309, Acts of 1357, with the number of legal voters in each district. 

[Whole number of legal voters in Vae State on the 1st of May, 1857, 211,30?. Average 
ratio fcr each district in the State, 5,282.] 

Suffolk County— Pive Senator?. 

[Average ratio, 4,949.] 

First District. — Chelsea, North Chelsea, Winthrop, and Ward No. 2, Boston. Legal 

voters, 3,953. 
Second District— Wards Nog. 1. 3, and o, Boston. Legal voters, 0,371. 
Third District. — Wards Nos. 4. 6, and 7, Boston. Legal voters, 5,926. 
Fourth District.— Wards Nos. 8, 9, and 10, Boston. Legal voters, -5,03:;. 
Fifth District. — Wards Nos. 11 and 12, Boston. Legal voters, 4,420. 

Essex County— Five Senators, 
[Average ratio, 5,593.] 

First District. — Lynn, Lynnfleld, Marblehead, Nahant, Saugus, and Swampscot. Legal 
voters, 5,681. ' 

Second District. — Salem, Danvers, Hamilton, Middletoa, South Danvers, Topsfield, 
and V/enham. Legal voters, 5,6-57. 

ThirS District. — Lawrence, Andover, B oxford, Haverhill, Methuen, and North Andover. 
Legal voters, 5,633. 

Fourth District. — Newburyport, Ameshury, Bradford, Georgetown, Groveland, New- 
bury, Salisbury, and West Newbury. Legal voters, 5,430. 

Fifth District; — Beverly, Essex, Gloucester, Ipswich, Manchester, Rockport, and Row- 
ley. Legal voters, 5,565. 

Middlesex County-Six Senators. 
[Average ratio, 5,709.] 
First District. — Charlestown, Somerville, Melrose, and Maiden. Legal voters, 5.741. 
Second District. — Cambridge, Waltham, West Cambridge, Watertown, and Brighton. 

Legal voters, 5.981. 
Third District. — Ashland, Framin gharri, Holliston, Hopkinton, Natiek, Newton, Sher- 

born. Sudbury, Wayiand, and Weston. Legal voters. 5,764. 
Fourth District. — Acton, Ashby, Boxborough, Carlisle, Chelmsford, Concord, Dunstable* 

Groton, Lincoln, Littleton, Marlborough, Pepperell, Shirley, Stow, Townsend, Tyngs- 

borongh, and West ford. Legal voters, 5,357. 
Fifth District. — Bedford, Billerica, Burlington, Lexington, Medford, North Reading, 

Reading, South Reading, Stoneham, Wilmington, Winchester, audWobura. Legal 

voters, 5.7S6. 
Sixth District. — Lowell, Dracut, and Tewksbury. Legal voters, 5,629. 

Worcester Couury— Six Senators. 

[Average ratio, 4,942.] 

Central District .—Worcester, Hol.ien, Paxton, and Rutland. Legal voters, 4,883. 

Sout! ■ !■: •..' District. — Blackstone, Douglas, Mendon, Mil ford, Northbridge, Sutton, and 
Uxbri ige. Legal voter-;, 4,798. 

S&uth-U est District.— Auburn, Brookdeld, Charlton, Dudley, Leicester, Oxford, South- 
bridge, Spencer, Sfcurhridiie, Warren, Webster, and West Brookfieid. Legal voters,. 
4.9 41. 

Wtst Dislrirt, — Atfcol, Bane, Dana, Hardwick, Hnbbardston, New Brainrree, North 
Broohr; {, Qj. ■ ,-. Petersham, Phillipston, Royalston, Templeton, and Wincheh- 
< ! in. h i d voters, i,9 ; .;. 

Norths-East District.— Ashburnham, Fitehburg, Gardner, Harvard, Lane;<ster. Leomin- 
ster, Lunenburg, Princeton, Sterling, and Westminster. Leual voteis, 5,217. 

East District.— Berlin, Bolton, Bovlston, Clinton, Grafton, Millbury, Northborough, 
Shrewsbury, Southborough, Upton, WcstLoruagh, and West Boylston. Legal 

votes, i;)i3. 

2 



18 MASSACHUSETTS REGISTER. 

Eampden County— Two Senators. 
[Average ratio, 5,201.] 
Western District. — Holyoke, Agawam, Southwick, Granville, Tolland, Blandford, West 
Springfield, Chester, Montgomery, Westfield, Russell, Chicopee, and Ludlow. Legal 
voters. 5,156. 
Eastern District. — Lcngmeadow, Springfield, Monson, Wales, Holland, Brimiield, 
Palmer, and Wilbraham. Legal voters, 5,2 16. 

Hampshire and Franklin Counties— Three Senators. 
[Average ratio, 4,733.] 

Hampshire District, — Chesterfield, Cumniington, Easthampton, Goshen, Hadley, Hat- 
field, Huntington, Middiefield. Northampton, Plainfield, South Hadley, Southamp- 
ton, Westhampton, Williamsburg, and Worthington. Legal voters, 4,668. 

Franklin District. — Ashfield, Bernards ton, Buckland, Charlemont, Coleraine, Conway, 
Deerfield, Gill, Greenfield, Hawley, Heath, Leyden, Monroe, Northheld, Howe, 
Sheiburne, and Whately. Letral voters, 4, Too. 

Hampshire and Franklin 'District. — Amherst, Belchertown, Enfield, Granby, Green- 
wich, Peiham, Preseotr, Ware, Erving, Leverett, Montague, New Salem, Orange, 
Shutesbury, Sunderian i, Warwick, and Wendell. Legal voters, 4,773. 

Berkshire County— Two Senators. 
[Average ratio, 4,882.] 
North District.— Adams, Cheshire, Clarksburg, Dalton, Florida, Hancock, Hinsdale, 
New Ashford, Lanesborough, Peru, Pittsfield, Savoy, Williamstowu, and Windsor. 
Legal voters, 4.9; ! 7. 
South District. — Alford, Brrkei, Egremont, Great Barriinrton, Lee, Lenox, Monterey, 
Mount Washington, New Marlborough, Otis, Richmond, Sandisficld, Sheffield, 
Stoekbridge, Tyringham, Washington, and West Stockbridge. Legal voters, 4,857- 

Norfolk County (without Cohasset^ — Three Senators. 

[Average ratio, 5,S24.] 

North District. — Eoxbnry, Brookline, Dorchester, and W. Eoxbury. Legal voters, 6.059. 

Fast District. — Braintree, Milton, Quincy, Randolph, Stoughton, and "Weymouth. 

Legal voters, 5,810. 
West District. — L/-.-lhngha:n, Canton, Dedham, Dover, Foxborough, Franklin, Medtk-ld, 
Medway, Needham, Sharon, Walpole, and Wrentham. Legal voters, 5,oG6. 

Bristol County (except Fairhaven)— Three Senators. 

[Average ratio, 5.584.] 

North D : sfrirt. — Attlebcrough, Easion, Ravnham, Mansfield. Norton, and Taunton. 

Legal voters, 5,616. 
South iiistr: t. — New Bedford arid Dartmouth. Legal voters, 5,696. 
West District. — Berkley, Dighton, Fall River, Freetown, Pawtucket, Rehoboth, See- 
konk. Somerset, Swanzey, and Westport. Legal voters, 5,440. 

Plymouth County (with Fairhaven and Cohasset)— Three Senators. 

[Average ratio, 5,198.] 

'North. District: — Abhujton. Cohasset, Hanover, Hingham, Hull, North Bridgewater, 

Scituate, and South Scituate. Legal voters, 5.557. 
South District. — Bridgtwater, Can :r, {■ urhaven, Lakeville, Mattapoiset, Marion, Mid- 

dleborou^h, K Chester, and Wareham. Legal voters, 4,968. 
Middle District. — Duxlmry, East Bridirewater, Halifax, Hanson, Kingston, Marshfield, 
Pembroke, Plymouth, Fiympton, and West Ihidgewater. Legal voters, 5,070. 

Earn.}tahle, JfantttckeX, and Dukes Counties— Two Senators. 

[Average ratio. 5,248.] 

Cape District — Brewster, Chalk am 4 Dennis, Easthara, Harwich, Orleans, Provincetown, 

Truro, Welideet, and Yarmouth. Legal voters, 5,2-39. 
Island District.-— Barnstable, i ■■■ iinuth, Sandwich, Edgartown, Chilmark, Tisbury, and 
Nantucket. Legal voters, 5,23$. 



REPHES ENTATIVE DISTRICTS, 

As established by the Cour.tj Coronn isioners of the several Counties other than Suffolk, 
and the Mayor and Alderrnett • i the ( ity of Boston, for the County of Suffolk, pur- 
suant to the list Art, of Am* nutrient's of the Constitution, and Chap. 308 of the Acts 
of 1S-57 ; with the number o( Lqgal voters in each District, (according to the census 
of 1S57») and the number •>? Representatives to which said districts are respectively 
• entitled. Number of Rc.nre*«itatives, 240. Number of voters to each Representa- 
tive. 880. 

Suffolk County. IV ' : " .."■■ . .„ , 

cutrfct. v ■«"•• Re? *■ Boston *<th Ward. 

1. B<r*t.m 1st Ward. !.' K) i! .-. R. ston 3th Ward. 

2. Boston 2d Wattl. * t,916 :* ; 10. Boston 10th Ward. 

3. Boston 3d Ward. 1 .'■■■"» 2 1 J. Boston 11th Ward. 

4. Boston 4th M arti. I.Wl 2 ; 12. Boston 12th Ward. 

5. Boston 5th Wan!, :. 7 2 1 IX Chelsea, North Chelsea, Winta 

6. Boston 8ttt Ward. !2,:taa 2 ; 
V. jBoa»o7th Ward. M7J 2 I Total, 24,745 




REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICTS. 



19 



Eaaex County. 

tieK 

Amesbury, Salisbury, 3\ew-l 

bur< putt 5th Ward. / 

And>>ver. 

Beverly, VVenham, Topsfield. 
Da avers, 

Essex, Manchester. 
Georgetown, Groveland. 
Gloucester. 
Haverhill. 
Ipswich, Hamilton 
Lawrence 3d Ward, 4th Ward. 
Lawrence 1st Ward. 2d Ward, ► 

6rh Ward. / 

Lynn 2d Ward, 5th Ward. 
Lvnn 1st Ward, 6th WardJthWard. 902 
fclarblehead, Salem 5th Ward, 1,853 
Methuen, Lawrence 5th Ward. 731 

N'ahaut, Lynn 4th Ward, 829 

Newbury, W. New bury, Rowley. 983 
Newbttryport 1st Ward, 2d Ward. ToO 
Newburyport 3d Ward, 4th 

Ward", 5th Ward. 
Bradford, North Audover, Boxford. 695 



pters, i 
1,7" 6 

1 ,799 

c5l 
819 
791 
1,748 
1,795 
635 
837 



Rock port. 

Salem 1st Ward, 3d Ward. 

Salem 2d Ward, 4th Ward,) 

6th Ward. / 

Sangus, Lyrinfield, Middleton. 
South D any ers. 
Swampscot, Lynn 3d Ward. 

Total, 
H iddleser County. 
Charles town 1st Ward. 
Charlestown 2d Ward, 3d Ward. 
Somerviile. t 
Maiden. 
Medford. 

West Cambridge, Winchester. 
Cambridge. 
Newton, Brighton. 
Watertown, "WaUharn. 
Concord, Lincoln. Weston. 
Natick. 

Holiiston, Sherborn. 
Ashland, Hopkinton. 
Framingham. 
Marlborough. 

Stowe, Sudbury, Wayland. 
Acton, BoxborGugh,Liuietoti,) 

Carlisle. f 

Burlington, Bedford, Lexington. 
Woburn. 
So. Reading, Melrose, Stoneham. 

VVilinington.TevvkshunsBiilerica, 
Lowell l>t Ward, 2d Ward,) 

5th Ward. / 

Lowell 3d Ward, 4th Ward,) 

6tli Ward. j 

Chelmsford, Pracut, Tyngs- \ 

borough. ) 

Shirley, Groton, Dunstable, / 

Weitford, Pepperell. ) 

To.vjidend, Ash by. 

Total.' 



819 

953 

1,533 

790 

1,023 
946 



1.067 

2,344 

966 

904 

829 

854 

3,161 

1,819 

1,780 

838 

1,1)07 
890 
932 
811 
788 
814 

643 

849 
1,104 
1,696 

779 
2,434 

2,563 

934 

1,590 



Worcester County. 
Aalibumham, Wincliendon. 
Attiol, Royalston, 
Dana, Petersham, Phillipston. 
! empieton,' Hubhardstort. 
Gardner, Westminster. 
Fitchbur*, Leominster, Ster-) 

hi!-, Lunenburg, j 

Harvard, Bolton, Kerlin. 
Clin tun, Lancaster. 
Princeton, Rutland, Oakham. 
Barre, liardwick. 
\\ men, \\. r r>rooknVld. 1 

NVw Bra iur<*. \ 

N rtrtJi BrwktwM., Brookfield 
i ; ri -'.r,- ■■ ■;. 

W -! :' »yls-t ■'■>, HiJiden, Paxton. 
Shrewsbury' Northborough, ) 
,Boylston. \ 

VV*astlH»ro.ugh, Souihborough. 
Gi tfto'n. 
NorUtbridge, Upton. 



34,258 

1,046 
951 
679 
988 
975 

2,699 

830 
813 

eoo 

893 



851 
910 
698 

ess 

8% 

':'..> 

935 

1,741 



2 i 24 



1 I 

it 



i 
1 

918 1 



934 1 

1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 



1,086 1 



District. 

20. Uxbridge, Mendon. 

21. Blacks; me. 

22. Webster, Douglas. 

23. Sonthbridge, Dudley. 
Charlton, Sturbridge. 

25. Oxford, Sutton, Millbury. 

26. Auburn, Worcester 6th Ward. 

27. Worcester 1st Ward, 2d Ward. 
Worcester 3d Ward. Bch Ward. 

29, Worcester 4th Ward, 5th Ward. 
3U- Worcester 7th Ward. 

Ton!, 
Hampshire County. 

1. Easthampton, Hatfield, North- ) 

ampton, Southampton. \ 

2. Chesterfield, Huntington, f 

Westhampton,Williainsb*g. j 

3. Cuminingtun, Goshan, Mid-) 

dlefield, Piainiieid, Worth- V 
ington. j 

4. Had ley, South Hail ley. 

5. Amherst, Granny, Pelliam. 

6. Belchertown, Enfield, Green- j 

wich, Prescott v Ware. \ 

Total, 

Hampden County. 

1. Brimfield, Monson, Holland, ) 

Wales. { 

•2. Palmer. 



1 
i 
1 
1 

7S5 1 



Voter*. Rnp. 


790 




851 




889 




S37 




977 




1,657 


2 


766 




945 




904 




8-44 




8U2 




29,655 


34 


1.994 


o 


'993 


1 



900 



781 
963 


1 
1 


1,770 

~7~m 


2 

~8 


9S0 


1 


805 

725 

1,067 

819 


1 

1 
1 
1 


850 


1 


1,166 

879 
835 

905 


2 
1 
1 
1 


931 
10,402 


1 
12 



Wilbraham,' Longmeadow. 
Springfield 1st Ward, 2d Ward. 
Springfield 3d Ward, 4th Ward. 
Springfield 5th Ward, Cth I 
"Ward, 7th Ward, 8th Ward. \ 
Chicopee, Ludlow. 
Holyoke, West Springfield. 
Agawam, Southwick, Granville. 
Westfield, 
Chester, Blandford, Tolland, ) 

Montgomery, Russell. J 

Total, 
Franklin County. 
Bern ards ton, Ooleraine, Green- > 

field, Gill, Leyden, Shel- i > 

borne. j 

Buckland,C.harlenjont,Heath, { 

Monroe, Rovve. \ 

Ashfield, Conway, Hawley. 
Deerfield, Whately. 
Leverett, Shutesbury, Sunder- ) 

land, Wendell. ) 

Erring, Montague, Northfield. 

New Salem, Orange, Warwick. 

Total, 

Berkshire County. 

Hancock, Lanesborough, New £ 

Ashford, Williamstown. s 
Adams, Cheshire, Clarksburg, / 

Florida, Savoy. ) 

Pittsfield, Dalton, Richmond. 
Becket, Minsdale,Peru,Wash- | 

ington, Windsor. ) 

Lenox, Stockbridge, West ( 

Stockhrid^e. j 

Lee, Tyringham. 
Great Harrington, Atford, Monterey. ?51 



1,769 

854 

841 
862 

742 

B33 

__S76 
0,809 



938 1 



1,747 

1,841 

933 



h;w 



few Marlborough, Saudis- 
field, Otis. 
Sheffield, MountWasliington, } 
Egremont. 

Total, 

Norfolk County. 

Dedhara. 

West Ro.tbury. 

Brookline. 

Roxhury. 

l)v>rc!iester. 

Q ■ 

Hi li i tree. 

-■ .nth. 
Randolph. 

St mghton. ► 

Canton, Milton, Walpole, Sharon 
Fosborough,Wrenthaiu, Medu ay. 
Franklin, tiellinghara. 
Needham, Mcdtield, Dover. 



91; 



1.027 
'857 

rxJfi 
2,72.5 
1,871 
1.125 

6<>7 
l,ri40 

1,697 

1,7«3 

750 

7*5 



918 1 



Total, 17,474 



20 



MASSACHUSETTS REGISTER. 



Bristol County, 



Pawtucket, Atth-lwrough. 
Manstidii, Norton. 
Easton, Rayuham. 
Taunton. 

Rehuboth, Seefconk. 
Dighton, Somerset, Swanzey 
Fall River. 
Westport. 
Dartmouth. 

New Bedford 1st Ward, 2d Ward. 1,943 
New Bedford 3d Ward, 4th 
Ward, 5th Ward, 6th Ward, 
Berklev, Freetown, Fairhaven. 1,591 



1,933 

si 9 

892 

'929 

910 

1,7-7 

680 

762 



2.y9i 



Total, 17,825 

Plymontn County. 

(Including Cohasjet.) 

Hull, Cohaaset, Scituate. 979 

Hingham. 986 

South Scituate, Hanover. 799 

Marslrfield, Pembroke. 841 

Duxbnry, Kingston. 1,013 

Plymouth, Carver. 1,669 



r,Lake-l 
I" 



I I>i»tPICt. 

K_-p i 7. H areh am, Marion. 

2 I 8. Mattapowett, Roche* 

i | 9, Middleborough. 

3 , 10. Bri i-jev\ ater, West Bridgwater. 
I : H. bast Bridgawater, North i 
1 t Urid<rowater. j 
2112. Abington. 
J j 13. Hanooh, Halifax, Plympton. 

1 { 

2 local, 

3 ! Barnstable County. 
n\ 1. Barnstable, Sandwich, Fa!-'/ 



1 .044 
1 ,0 73 



l,ti<19 
1,626 



,;:.. 



2. Yarmouth, Dennis, Han 

Chatham. 

3. Brewster, Orleans, East! 

4. WeUiieet, Truro, Ptoviu 



■„! 



Total, 

. Dnkea County. 
I 1. Edgartown, Tisbury, Chilmark, 



2 I 1. Nantucket. 



Uantncket County. 



14,53: 



2.611 2 
2,596 3 



940 ' 1 
1,723 2 



7,370 9 
1,102 1 

1.7.25 2 



COICGBESSlOWAIs DISTHICTS. 

By an act of the Legislature passed April 22, 1852, the State was divided into the 
eleven following Districts for the purpose of electing representatives to the thirty-third 
and subsequent Congresses of the United States. 



District 1. 

All cf Barnstabie, Dukes and Nantucket coon- 
ties ; the city of New Bedford and towns of Dart- 
mouth and Fairhaven, in Bristol county ; the 
towns of Carver, Kingston, Plymouth, Plympton, 
Rochester, and Wareham, in Plymouth county. 
District 2. 

The towns of Att'Ieborough, Berkley, Dighton, 
Easton, Pall River, Freetown, Mansfield, Nor- 
ton, Pawtuckct, Raynham, Rehoboch, Seekonk, 
Somerset, Swanzey, Taunton, and Westport, 
in the county of Bristol ; ami the towns of 



tiers, Medford, Melrose, Reading, Someryille, 
South Reading, Stoneham, Waltham, West 
Cambridge, Wilmington, Winchester, and Wo- 
burn, in the county of .Middlesex. 
District 8. 
The citv of Lowell, and the towns oi Acton, 
Ashby, Ashland, Bedford, Billerica, Boxbor- 
ough, Carlisle, Chelmsford, Concord, Dracut, 
Dunstable, Frarnsngfram, Grotcm, [fopkintou T 
Lincoln, Littleton, Marlborough, Natick, Pep- 
pere!!. Shirley, Stow, Sudbury, Tewksbury, 
Towns-end , Tyn^sborough, Way land , Westf <rd , 



Abington, Brid'gewater, Duxbnry, East Bridge- and Wtiston, m the county of Middlesex ; and 



wafer, Halifax, Hanover. Hanson, HuigUam, 
Hull, Marshrield, Middleborough, Norta Bri ls:e 
water, Pembroke, Scituate,. South Sc.Lt sate, utd 
West Bridgevt ater, in the county of Plymouth ; 
»nd the town of Cohasset, in the ccunf. of Nor- 
folk. 

District 3. 
The towns. : " B Hint ham. Bra in tree. Canton, 



the towns of Berlin, Bolton, Harvard, Lunen- 
burg, North borough, Southhorough, and West- 
borough, in the county of Worcester. 
District 3. 
The towns of Ashburnham, Auburn, Barre r 
Bnylaton, Brookfield, Chariton, Clinton, Doug- 
las, Dudley, Fitchburg, Gardner, Grafton, HoL 
den, Mubbardston, Lancaster, Leicester, Leo- 



.;, fc -rnn.<- j minster, Mdibury, Now Braiutree, North Brook- 
.Uu.nry, | fjgj.,^ Oakham, Oxford, Paxten, Princeton, Rut- 
do, West! land, Shrewsbury. Southbridge, Spencer, Ster- 
i, in the i j;,._ T Sfurbridtre, Sutton, Templeton. Webster, 



hn.Medhel.i.M'.-away.Miiion.N!.-.-. 
Randolph, Sharon, Stoughton, \ 
Roxbury, Weymouth, and Wrer 
countvof Norfolk ; and the i 
Mendun, Milford, N 

bridge, in the county of uyrcest r; and til 
towns cf Brighton, HolUston. Newton, Shef- 
bora, and Waitrtown, in tae county of Mid- 
dlesex. 

District 4. 
The city of Roxbury, r-u! the town of Brook- 
line, in the county of Norfolk ; and 

numbered seven, eight, now, ten, eleven, and \ \Varwick,'Weiidetl7and Wnateiv,'ui' the'eountv 
twelve, in the city of Boston, m the county of j oi - Franklin ; ana Amherst, Betcliertown, East- 
SulTolk. hampton, Enfield, Granby, Greenwich, Hadley, 

Dl<tnct 5. HatneJd/Northamptcm, Pel ham,. Proserin, South 

The wards numbered one, two, three, four,. Hadluv, and Ware, in the countvof Hampshire ; 
five, and six. in the city "of Bostun, and the ail j Brimheld, Chicopee, Holland, Holvoke. 
towns of Chelsea ?.nd North ;.:-■• and Win- J Lontrmeadovv, Ludlow, Monson, Palmer. Spring- 
s' ctty oi ne-ld, Wales, West Springfield, and Wiibrahaia, 



nutne towns •■. ; t ;v k stone, , Wfist Bo. Iston, Westminster, and Winchendon, 
►rt'tbridae i ptou, and L.x- > am ] the city of Worcester, in the county of Wor- 
cester. 

Dii-trkt 10. 
The towns of Athol, Dana, Hardwick, Peters- 
ham, Phiiiipstoii, RoyaLston, Warren, and 
West Brookfield, in the county of Worcester ; 
and Frving, Love ret t, Montague, Sow Salem, 
* ! Novthfield, Oramre, Shutesbury, Sunderland. 



tnrop, in tne county ot suno 

Cambridge, in the county of 

District -6 

Theeitiwof tynn.Nawta 
and tile towns of Ami-sbuTy, Bev 
Georjietowu, (ilouc-ster. Gr?;ve!ar.d 
Fpsvvich, Manchester, Marolehearl 
lior ip rt. K-A ley, -■ o-- m , , v. 
\Ves: Newbury, in the county ■ £ i. 
DlU*Ut 7. 

The towns of Aridbver, Bo.xf.n 
Danvers, Unverhill, l«vvvrence,'Ly 
th'a-i.>, Mid.JL-t :n, Saugns, a ,-i Te-.i 
canty of I'.-.- x , and the c«ty 6! > 
ajftd tire towns of BurSingtojj. Le\ 



ddiesex. 



rt, and Sai«.n. 
sverlv. I' nn, 



Bradford 

:. bi. Ma 



ia the comity of Hampden. 

District 11. 
I"h-> towns of Ashrudd, Bernardston, Buekland, 



rle«town, ! den ; and 
ton, Mai- ! Berkshire, 



several 



. South 


imi ton, West- 


and V 


oi thiuston, i/i 


and B 


andford, Ches- 


v, Buss 


dl, Southwick, 


U the C« 


unty of Ihmp- 


wns in 


the county of 



TITLES OF LAWS. 



21 



MASSACHUSETTS LEGISLATURE. 

The first session of the General Court for the year 1858 was begun at 
the State House-, in B >3toni oa Wednesday, the sixth day of January, — 
b^iog the first, Wednesday; and was prorogued on Monday, the tuenty- 
ninth day of March. At this session, 177 Acts arid 44 Resolves were 
passed. ' 

The titles of the Acts and Resolves are given below in full. The letter 
[c] is placed before such as are designated as General Acts and Resolves 
by the Secretary of the Commonwealth. The numbers placed before the 
titles show the order of their approval by the Governor, and indicate in 
each ease the chapter which the Act or Resolve makes in the official code 
for the year 1858. The date, after the title, is the time of the approval 
by the Governor. 

The letter [p.], placed at the en9, shows that the act is to take effect 
from and after its pa^sag-e, which is considered as cotemporaneous with it.-? 
approval bv the Governor. All other Acts and Resolves, in accordance 
with the general provisions of the Revised Statutes, take effect on the 
thirtieth day after their passage, unless some other time is expressly men- 
tioned in the Act. 



TITLES OF THE LAWS AND RESOLVES OF IS 58. 

a era 



regulate the use of Railroads. Feb. 
11, [P.] _ m 

11. [g-3 Making appropriations 



1. [<;.] Au Act to establish abet- j tbr the maintenance of the Govern- 
or sv>t,-io lor the administration of me nt dumia the current year. Feb. 
the Finances of this Commonwealth, jo. Tr. 1 



Jan v 22. [p.£ 

2. [<.;.] lo regulate the compen- 
sation of members, officers, and attend- 
ant.- of the Legislature. Jan. 30. [p.] 

^- E G \3 ^ Q perpetuate the evi- 
dence or' foreclosure of mortgages of 
Personal Property. Feb. i. 

4. To authorize the Springfield 
Fire and Marine Insurance Company 
to increase ir» investment in real estate. 
Feb. l. 

5. [g ] Concerning the branched 
to be (aught in the Public Schools. 
Feb. :,. ■ 

6.. [g-.I In addition to an Act con- 
cerning EJecuons of Representatives 



12." [g.] Relating to the State 
Lunatic Hospitals. Feb. 13. 

13. Concerning the Boston and 
New York Central Railroad Com- 
pany. Fob. 13. 

14. la relation to the Institution 
for Savings in Newbury port and its 
vicinity. Feb. 1-3. 

1 5. * Concerning the Broadway Hail- 
road Company. Feb. 13. 

Id. To authorize the heirs of John 
Black to extend their wharf, Feb. 13. 
17. To incorporate the Dorchester 
Fire Insurance Company. Feb. 13. 

13. To eoniirm the transfer of the 
franchise of the Sangus Branch Kail- 
to ihe Gvneral Court Feb. 5. [p.] j road t0 the Eastern Railroad Com- 
_ <- [G.J Kelatmg to the clrsmtm- ! pany . Feb. 13. Fp-1 

Concerning the Millbury and 
:hbridge Railroad Company. Feb. 



of 8 iiroad 



.son Gi n.-e annual 
Corporation*. Feb. s. pp.] 

i>, To change the name of the Ja- j i& r P i 

maiea FJaiu Atht-najum, Feb. S. [p.], 20. To extend the time within 

^ v. To crxttsiul toe charter of the | whi«.*h to locate and construct the Kew 

American insurance Company, Feb | y 0lk and Bojs{j0U jRaiiroad. Feb. 

10. [g.J la addition to an Act to j i$ t r P .] 



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21. To authorize Henry A. Potter 
and others to maintain and extend 
their wharf. Feb. 13. [p.] 

22. [g.J Making an appropriation 
for the Emersency Fund. Feb. 15. 



23. 



Concerning com plaints 



eace 



aid r 



before Justices of the I 
lice Courts. Feb. 15. 

24. [g.j M tking appropriations 
to pay certain expenses of tbe year 
one thousand eight hundred and fifty- 
seven. Feb. 16. [p.] 

25. [c] In addition to an Act 
entitled " An Act to establish the State 
Reform School/' Feb. 1,9. 

26. [g.] Relating to the estates 
of deceased Paupers. Feb. 19. [>.] 

27. Concerning the Lynn Mutual 
Fire Insurance Company. Feb. 19. 

E>] 

28. To incorporate the 
Museum of Natural History. 

29. To incorporate the 
Beach Railroad Company. 

1>] 

30. Concerning the South Dan vers 

Mutual Insurance Company. Feb. 
24. [P.] 

31. [g.] Relating to costs of Cor- | 



Warren 
Feb. 19. 

Chelsea 

Feb. 24. 



ont 



rs' arid Fire Inquests. Feb. 25 



32. [g.1 Concerning the Records 

of Courts of Insolvency. Feb. 27. [p.] 
. 33. [G.] In addition to an Ace 
entitled " An Act relating to the de- 
scent and distribution of Estates of 
Intestates." Feb. 27. 

34. [Gv] To amend the two hun- 
dred and sixth chapter of the Acts of 
the year eighteen hundred and fifty- 
one, to provide further remedy i'or 
Creditors 1 . Feb. 27. 

35. To incorporate the European 
Wharf Company in Boston. Feb, 2 7. 

86. To incorporate the Church 
Home for Orphans and Destitute Chil- 
dren. March 1. 

3 7. fo.1 Concerning Jails in Mid- 



tesex Lou'itv. 



Mar. 



f> 



S3. In addition to an Act to incor- 
porate the West Roxbury Railroad 
Company. March 5. [i .]. 

3i). [g.] In addition to an Act 
making appropriations to pay certain 
expenses of the year one thousand 
eight, hundred and fiffy-seven. March 
6. [i'.l 

40. [g.] Eelating to tbe Trustee 
process. March 8, 

41. To continue the charter of tbe 
Equitable Safety Insurance Company* 
Match 8. 

42. [g.1 Ceding jurisdiction to 
.the United" States over certain lands 

and their appurtenances,, lux a Light- 



Keeper's House, Warehouses and Land- 
ings, in the town of Cohasset. March 
8. [p.] 

43. [g.] Relating to the exemp- 
tion of the property of Widows and un- 
married females from taxation. March 
3. 

44. [g.1 To amend the forty-sev- 
enth chapter of the Acts of the year 
eighteen hundred and fifty-six, re- 
specting Naturalization. March 8. 

45. [g.] Relating to Police Courts 
and Justices of the Peace. March 
10. 

46. [g.] Tn addition to an Act in 
relation to Public Reports and Docu- 
ments. March 12. [p.] 

4 7. [g.] In relation to Alimony. 
March 12. [p.] 

48. [g.] Concerning Investments 
of Savings Banks and Mutual Insu- 
rance Companies. March 12. 

49. [g.j In relation to Returns 
by. Agents of Foreign Insurance Com- 
panies. March 12. [p.] 

50. To incorporate the Pemberton 
Manufacturing Company. March 15. 

51. To incorporate the Rumford 
Institute in Waltham. March 15. 
[p.] 

52. [g.] Regulating the Seining 
of Menhaden in the Rivers of the 
Commonwealth. March 15*. 

53. [g.] Ceding jurisdiction over 
certain Lands on Point of Roeks> in 
Westport, to the United States. 
March 15, 

54. [g.] To amend the thirty -first 
section of the two hundred and eighty- 
fourth chapter of the Acts of the year 
eighteen hundred and fifty-: ax. March 
17. [p.] 

55. [g.] To amend the four hun- 
dred and thirty-first chapter of the 
Acts of eighteen hundred and fifty- 
five relating to liens of mechanics and 
others. March 17. 

56. [g.J In relation to Dower. 
March f8. [p. J 

5 7. [g.] Concerning the care of 
Infant Children of female convicts. 
March 18. 

58. In addition to an Act to incor- 
porate the Association lor the relief of 
aged indigent females. March 18. 

5L 1 . In addition to an Act to incor- 
porate the Saint Vincent's Orphan 
A \ lum. March IS. 

•be To incorporate the Midland 
Railroad Company. March. 19. [r.j 

61. [g.] To amend an Act in re- 
lation to the office of the Secretary of 
the Board of Education. March 17. 

62. [g.] In addition to an Act 
entitled " An Act to exempt from levy 



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on execution the Homestead of a 
iloasehoWer." March 19. 

<j3. [g.] To regulate the taking 
of Terrapin in the waters of this Com- 
mon wealth. March 19. 

64. [a-] Concerning the commit- 
ment of Lunatics to Hospitals. March 
19, 

65. To incorporate the Baker's 
Pood and Drain Fishing Company. 
March 22. 

6..C. To extend the time to pay in 
the increase of the Capital Stock of 
the Old Colony Bank in Plymouth- 
March 23. 

67. [g.j To prevent the use of 
Blanks for counterfeiting Bank Bills, 
Certificates, and -Notes. March 23. [p.] 

68. [g.] Concerning the measure- 
ment of Fruit and Vegetables. March 
23. [July 1, '53.] 

69. [g.J To increase the. amount 
ofSpecie in the Commonwealth. March 
23. [June 1, '38.] 

70. [g.] Concerning Notes pay- 
able on demand. March 23. 

71. [g.J To amend the Act pro- 
viding fur Trial by Jury before Jus* 
tioes of the Peace in certain cases. 
March 23. 

72. [&.] Relating to Executors' 
Bonus. March 24. 



7 3. 



"&.] Relating to the sale of 

March 



Property of Insolvent Debtor 
24. [p.] 

74. To continue the charter of the 
New England Mutual Marine Insur- 
ance Company. March 24. 

75. To authorize Ignatius Sargent, 
Guardian, to sell certain land of his 
Ward. March 24. 

76. [g.] Concerning Proxies. 
March 24. 

7 7. [g.] Concerning the discip- 
line of Jails and Houses of Correc- 
tion. March 24. 

78. [g.] To establish the com- 
pensation of the Lieutenant-Governor, 
ami the members of the Executive 
Council. March 24. [p.] 

70. To incorporate the proprietors 
Boston Theatre. March 24. [p.] 
To incorporate the proprietors 
Hartley Fails. March 24. [p.] 
Tu extend the time to pay in 
the Capiral Stock of the Hide and 
Leather Bank in Boston. March 24. 

82. [g,] In relation to the assess- 
ment and collection of Taxes. March 

83. [g] Concerning the employ- 
ment of children in Manufacturing es- 
tablishments. Mareh 25. 

84. [g.J To establish a Police Court 
in the town of Taunton, March 25. 



oftlu 



oi in* 

81. 



85. [g.] To Abolish the Land Of- 
fice. March 25. [Jan. 1, '59.] 

86. [g.] In further addition to an 
Act for supplying the City of Boston 
with Pure Water. March 25. 

87. Authorizing John Somes to 
extend his Wharf. March 25. [p.] 

88. Authorizing Robert Fears to 
extend his Wharf. March 25. [p.] 

89. To incorporate the Cape Ann 
Mutual Insurance company. March 25. 

90. To incorporate the NewEng 
land Pipe Works. March 25. [p.] 

91. Concerning the Amherst and 
Belchertown Railroad Company. 
March 25. 

92. To incorporate the Traveller 
Newspaper Association. March 25. 

93. [g.j To change the jurisdic- 
tion in matters of Probate and Insol- 
vency. March 26. 

94. [g.] In relation to Pickerel 
and Perch Fishery in the District of 
Marshpee. March 26. 

95. [g.] In further addition to an 
Act to regulate the Fisheries in the 
vicinity of Nantucket. March 2(3. 

96. [g.] In relation to certain 
funds belonging to the Commonwealth, 
and the disbursement of the income 
thereof. March 26. [p.] 

9 7. Concerning the Middlesex Mu- 
tual Fire Insurance Company. March 
26. [p.] 

98. Concerning the Bowdoin Mu- 
tual Insurance Company. March 26. 

99. [c] Relating to the assess- 
ment of Taxes in the town of New- 
bury, March 26. [p.] 

100. [g.] Respecting the Western 

Railroad Sinking Fund. March 26. 

[P-3 

101. To incorporate, the Middlesex 
Literary Association. March 26. 

102. To incorporate the Winthrop 

Fire Insurance Company. March 26. 

M 



103. 



] In addition to the 



era! acts in relation to the Police Court 
of the city of New Bedford. March 26. 
[April 1, 1S5S.J 

104. [g.] Concerning officers at- 
tending on the Supreme Judicial Court 
in the County of Suffolk. March 26. 

105. To increase the capital stock 
of the Pacific Mills. March 26. 

106. [g.] To provide for the pre- 
servation of Books, Reports, and Laws, 
received by cities and towns from the 
Commonwealth. March 26. [July i, 
1858.] 

107. [a] In addition to " An Act 



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roncfrr.inri the duties of Assessors." j Fisheries in the town of Falmouth. 
March 26. I March 2 7. 

108. [g.] In addition to an Act to 131. [g.] Making further appro- 
provi.!-* for the maintenance of the priations to pay certain expenses in- 
Essex Bridge. March 26.. j curred in previous years. March 27, 

100. [g] Concerning the Writ of { [p.] 
Certiorari. March 26. 132. [a.] Defining the Salary of 



110. [g.J .Concerning the State 
Indu^rial School for Girls. March 
26. [p.] 

111. [g.] To establish the Salary 
of the District Attorney for the Middle 
District. March 27. [p.] 

112. [g.J Concerning the Remo- 
val of Pr;>oners in the Public Institu- 



tive Superintendent of Alien Rassen- 
jj,ers.. March 27. [p.] 

133. [g.] In relation to Convey- 
ances and Devises of Estates for Re- 
ligious Purposes. Mar;h 27. 

134. [g.] Fixing the Salaries of 
the Registers of the Court of Lsolven- 
cv for the Counties of Middle.-ex and 



tious in the city of Boston, March j Worcester. M^reh 27. 

27. 135. [g.] Relating to Criminal 

113. [g.] Authorizing the City j Jurisdiction m Boston Harbor. March 
of Boston to establish a City Hospital, j 2 7. [p.] 

March 2 7. [p.] 136. [g.] To establish a Police 

114. [g.] in addition to an. act to ! Court in the town of Gloucester, 
punish Frauds in Officers of Corpora- j March 27. 

tious. March 27. J 137. [g.] Concerning the Parti-' 

115 [g.] ' Requiring certain addi- j tlon of Real Estate. March 27. 

tional Bank Returns. March 27. 138. [g.] To provide for the bet- 

116. [G.J Concerning the Officers j ter Administration of Criminal Law. 
of the Protestant Episcopal Church. [ March 27. [July 1, 1858.] 

March 27. 139. [g.] For the better Preser- 

117. [g.] Concerning Guardians I vation of Sheep from the Ravages of 
and Wards. March 27. [p.] Dogs. March 27. [p.] 

118. [g.j To fix the salary of the 140. [g ] Making final Appropri- 
District Attorneys for the Northern, j ations for the Hospital for the Insane 
Eastern and Southern Districts. March ! at Northampton. March 27. [p.] 
27. [p.] 141. [g.J Concerning the Assig- 
ns.', [g.] Concerning the Prefer- nees of Insolvents. March 2 7. 

red Claims of Operatives against I nsol- j 142. [g>] Concerning Fees in cer- 

vent Debtors and Corporations. March j tain Cases in Insolvency. March 27. 

27. [p.] 143. [g.] In relation to Limited 

120. [g.] In 'relation ''to .'the Court I Partnerships. March 27, [p.] 

of Common Pleas to:- the County of \ 144. [g.] To protect the rights of 

Worcester. March 27. [Aug. 1,1 Stockholders in Corporations. March 

1858.] ! 27. 

121. [G.] Concerning Discharges ' 145. [g.] In relation to School 
in Insolvency. March 27. [p.] Districts. March 27. [p.] 

122. [g.] In relation to Special \ 146. To incorporate the Pacific 
Administrators. March 2 7. i v.] i Print Works. March 27. 



123. To change th< 



of tin 



14 7. To authorize Edmund T. Da- 



Quiney Fire and Marine insurance j naand others to construct Dams and 

Company. March 2 7. j Dikes in Cambridge. March 27. [p.] 

124. To incorporate the Washing- j 148. [g.] Making appropriations 
ton Mills. March 27. [c-1 j" to meet certain expend. tures autho- 

125. To incorporate the Linden | rized the present year. Mar. 27. [p.] 
Grove Cemetery Association, Mutch: lid. [g.] To apportion and assess 
27. [p.] . a State Tax of Three Hundred and 

126. To incorporate the Battery \ Fifty-nine Thousand Nine Hundred 
Wharf Company. March 27. and Eighty-eight Dollars. March 27. 

12 7. To incorporate the Ward , [p.] 

Mills. March 27. 150. [g.] To amend an Act coo- 



128. To :.. n -ate the [• ■• V a- | r 
glas Evergreen Uemett-ry Comi my. j 2; 
Marc 



ii su ranee Coinpanic 



larch 



arch 27. [r.] 151. [o.] Relating to Public Di- 

123. [G.] tn addition to - An Act { versions. March 27. 



etstabii 



:heC tv 



M m I 



i 152. [g.] In addition to an Act 
27. [When ; accepted by the city.] j concerning Fublic Amusements. IMar. 
l$i), [g.J To protect the Herrtu* 



TITLES OF LAW'S. 



9n 



15 ; . To authorize the Pine-street ] way Company to hold fl meeting for 

the choice of officers. March 27. 

175. [g.] To nmeird an Act to 
protect the Ltinhrs and Liberties of the 



( ■ >r -r.^a- ional Society to sell certain 
•;. ?! Esrate. March 27. [p.] 
154. fG.l In relation to the Crime 



People of the Comn,onwe-dfh of Mas- 



[P-] 



J. [g.] To allow the President 



of Murder. March 27. [p.] 

155. [c] To a nit: ii fl thetwohun- 
dr \ and eighty-ninth Chapter of the 
A< '-■ of the year eighteen hundred 
n-m! fifty-two concerning Returns by 
Justices of the Peace, March 27. 

156. [g.] To define the Salary of 
the Adjutant- General. March 27, 

Ol 

157. [g ] Ceding jurisdiction over 
certain lands in Boston to the United 
States. March 27. [After purchase.] 

158. fo-j To regulate certain 
matters of Finance. March 27. [p.] 

150. [g.] For the appointment ot I 1. [g.j Resolve in favor of Law 
Watchmen and Fireman to the State Library Associations. Feb. 23. 



't 
sachusetts, March 
1 

and Fellows of Harvard College to 
resign their trusts concerning Theo- 
logLal Education and the maintenance 
of a Theological School. March 2 7. 

177. [g.] For the better establish- 
ment of the Board of Insurance Com- 
missioners. March 2 7. 



RESOLVES 



Mar. 



[>•] 



2. Relating to the State Library. 



160. [G.J Amending an Act es- Feb. 24. 
tablL-.hmj the city of Newburyport. i 3. To authorize the payment of 
March 27. [When accepted by that certain lost coupons, dun 'October first, 



city.] 

161. [g.j In addition to an Act 
relating to persons committed to the 
State Lunatic Hospitals not having a 
known settlement in this Common- 
wealth. March 2 7. 

J 6.2. [g.] Reiatingtothe Govern- 
ment of Prisons. March 27. fp.l 



one thousand eight hundred and fifty- 
seven. Feb. 26. 

4. [g.j In relation to Town Lines 
between the towns of Marion and 
Wareham. March 6. 

5. On the petition of dunes Law- 
rence and others. March 6, 

6. On the petition of the New 



163. Concerning the Marlborough i North Religious Society. March 11. 
Branch Railroad. March 27. 7. In favor of the Massachusetts 

1.64. ["<:.] Concerning the Survey t School for Idiotic and Feeble-minded 
of Lumber, Ornamental Wood, iM\d Youth. March 11. 

8. In favor of the Massachusetts 
Charitable Eye and Ear Infirmary. 
March 1 2. 

9. On the petition of J. MoGraib. 
March 16. 

10. In favor of the State Board of 



Ship Timber, March 27, 

165. [«.]■ To amend the Act to 
increase rhe amount of Specie in the 
Commonwealth. March 27. 

166. ic.) Concerning the Militia. 
March 27. [p.] 



167. [g ] Concerning issues of! Agriculture.' Marcb 16. 

Stock by Corporations. March 27. j 11. In favor of the City of Wor- 

168. i"-;." 1 In relation to the State I cester. March 17. 

Alms Houses. March 27. [p.] 12. [&.] To provide for the de- 

l6U. To incorporate the India Fire I struction of certain, cancelled scrip. 
And Marine Insurance Company, j March 23. 
March 27. [p.] j 13. Authorizing the Treasurer to 

170. [g j in relation to delinquent j borrow money in anticipation ot the 
agents ot Foreign Insurance Compa- j revenue. March 23. 

nse*. March 27. j 14. [g.] In relation to the distri- 

171. Concerning the Mid.ik-bo- | button of the New Plymouth Records. 
' . . '; and iaunton^ the Old Colony March 23. 

i Fall River, and the Cape Cud 15, In favor of the town of Chil- 

Railroad Corporations. March 27. j mark. March 24. 

172. [<.;.] Concerning the par- j 16. For the payment of the Com- 
chase ant >-.!e of spirituous and into.x- ! missioners on Boston Harbor. March 
; ''■■'■- I fjucrs lor ;o.vr : agen ts. March ! 2-1. 

**■ [p.] 17. [g.1 In relation to inmates of 

173. ; g.1 Snppiementary to an ! State Almshouses. March 25. 

A s making appropriations tor the j 1H. On the petition of Darius A. 
ttiamtfnanc** of » he go vernnient during | Martin. March 25. 
:: current year. March 27. [p.] ■ j 19. On the petition of William L. 
**"L To authorize the Granite Hail- I Lends. March 26. 



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MASSACHUSETTS REGISTER. 



20. In relation to the State Indus- 
trial School tor Girls. March 26. 

21. Li favor of Albert; H, Kelson, 
late chief justice of the Superior Court 
in the county of Suffolk. March 
26. 

22. Concerning Rainsforrl Island 
Hospital. March '26. 

23. On the petition of Alfred Flan- 
ders. March 26. 

24. In favor of Barnard C. Mar- 
chant March 20. 

25. In relation to Professor Hitch- 
cock's Geological Report. March 26. 

26. [g.1 For the appointment of 
a Special Joint Committee on Public 
Charitable Institutions. March 26. 

27. In favor of the Dudley, Troy, 
and Marshpce Indians. March 26, 

23. [g.[ In relation to a scientific 
survey of Boston. Harbor, March 
26. 

29. To.] In aid of the ereeti* n of 
a Fence around Fort Washington. 
March 26. 

SO. [g.] Granting aid for the sup- 
pression of counterfeiting Bank Bilh> 
and Coin. March 26. 

31. In favor of William II. El a. 
March 26. 



32. In favor of William II. Luce 
March 27. 

33. [g.1 Regarding Railroad facil 

itics for filling Back Bay. March 27. 
3 1. On the petition of John Rhodes 
March 27. 

35. In favor of Horace I. Hodges. 
March 2 7. 

36. In favor of the Hassan amisco 
Indians. March 2 7. 

3 7. On the petition of Hannah Cot- 
ter. March 2 7. 

33. [g.] Granting Taxes for the 
several Counties. March 2 7. 

39. In favor of Allen Cumnnngs. 
March 27. 

-10. In favor of John M. Cole, Lan- 
sing J. Cole, and Alaieda Ellison. 
March 2 7. 

41. In relation to the New Plym- 
outh Records. March 2 7. 

42, [g.] In relation to the admis- 
j sion of Kansas. March 27. 

4 3. [g.] In relation to the consol- 
idation and arrangement of the Statutes 

I of the Common wealth. March 27. 

44. [g-.] In relation to the deci- 
j sion of the Supreme Court of the 
i United States in case of Scott versus 
1 Saoford. March 27. 



APPRGPBIATXC: 



I.— -Amount of appropriations from ordinary reveoae, for the maintenance of the gov- 
ernment during the yea* 1858, contained in Chapter 11 of the Acts, . . £421,480 00 
Ditto, contained in supplementary Act (Chapter 1*3), ...... 4=10.878 50 

Appropriation for the i.: .■' reney Fin I. contained in Chapter 22 of the Act?, . 10,000 00 
Appropriations o meet n;^ai:i; r -j authorized the present year, contained in 

Chapter 143 of the Acta, '. "...... 20,060 "31 

SS02 ; 418 81 

By Chapter 1 of the Acts, no appropriations are required for the payment of the principal or 
interest of the, publk d*bt, or for the s;ii»iie.- of the governor and judges of the supreme judicial 
court, l'he public deb:, funded, is 5*1.31 U'.'OO ; no portion cf the principal becon;e3 u -■ in 1S5S ; the 
annual interest amounts to 870.700. The salaries of the governor and of the judged of the supreme 
judicial crmrt amount to S28,00Q. 

TLt- above ii-eludes the cost of maintaining every department of the government for the whola 
year 185S. 

II. — Appropriations from ordinary revenue, or; account of expenditures belonging to 
previous \ cars, or growing out of the legislation of previous years, in behalf of 
special objects (no: current expenses), contained in Chapter 24 of the Acts, $123,620 16 

Ditto, in Olmpter 131 of the Arts, . ■ 263,410 09 

Final Ap, roprinrions to complete the [Ioppital for the Insane at Northampton, con- 
tained ia Cba-pter 140 of the- Acts, . . . . •• 5S.000 CO 



Besides the above, the amount of S125 07-3 €0 had been ] aid front the treu-ury between January 
1. 1858, a;.<t January 22, when Chapter 1 of the Act.'*, requiring specific appropriations, took: 
elfect. 

In the latter total ar*> included, — One-quarter of the full amount r>f saUr?e>, cbaritie-'. nr.i ex- 
panses of cert dn ii «r.itufiouj : i i!f the cou ty balances; and the whole of the n.ilina bounty, 
military, aheruX*, and pauper' i count : -•-■- yeaflS57; — the whole amouut of these and -r 
expense* for the year 1 :■...■: being use im lud< I i it the tirst class of appropriations, rc-capitu.ateia.buve. 



JUDICIARY OF MASSACHUSETTS. 



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JUDICIAIIY OF MASSACHUSETTS. 



UNITED STATES COURTS. 

Nathan Clifford, Circuit Judge. 
Peleg Sprague, District Judge. 
Chas. Levi Woodbury, Dist. Attorney, 
Wilton Andros, Asst. District Attorney . 
Watson Freeman, Marshal. 
Watson Freeman, Jr. "1 
Frederick Warren. [ Deputy 
Wru. 0- Russell,' of ( Marshals. 

New Bedford, j 

Henry W. Fuller, Oer* Circtni Court. 
Seth E. Sprague, Clerk District, Court. 

[OfRcesof all the above, except Win. 0. Ras- 
ped, ;tre at the United States Court House, 
bo/ston.J 

ComnixsiQliers of tbe Circuit Court 
of the United States, for tlie first Cir- 
cuit, and District of Massachusetts: 
George T. Curtis, Benjamin F. Hal- 
le tt, Edward G. Loring, Charles Levi 
Woodbury, Elias Merwin, Charles P. 
Curtis, Jr., Caleb Wm. Lonng, Wm. 
S. Dexter, Henry L. HaTlett and Geo. 
D. G uild, of Boston ; Reuben A. Chap- 
man, of Springfield; Austin S. Cusli- 
axan, Oliver Prescott, of 5ew Bedford. 

Circuit Courts, holden loth of -Jay 
and 15th of October, in each year. 

District Courts, holden at Boston, 
third Tuesday in March; 4 th Tuesday 
in June; 2d Tuesday in September; 
and first Tuesday in December; and 
Special Courts are holden usually on 
each Fiiday, and on other days at the 
discretion of the Judge. 

STJPKriCG JUDICIAL COURT. 

Lemuel Shaw, Boston, ChDf Justice. 
Chas. A. Dewey, Northampton,*] 
Theron Metcalf, Boston, ' [ As. 

George T. Bigelow, Boston. \Jus. 
Pliny Merrick, Boson, J 

Horace Gray, Jr., Boston, Reporter. 

S u.t-y S3u0 and proceeds of Reports. 
Stephen li. Phillips Salem, Attorney 

General. Salary 62,500 and .$1000 

clerk hire. 
G»'ore>- (/. Wilde, Boston, Clerk. 
Geo. W.Nichols, Boston,.^. Clerk. 
Jauiea Llunktns, Crier. 

Salary of the Chi t JuVtiee, $4,500 ; 
;u.a of ean& Associate, £4,000. 

Law Ten/is. 
At !;.-' n, f or t i- jQ Counties of $td- I 
• ' ; - fc«d Nantucket, 1st Tuesday of 
March. 



At Cambridge, for the County of 
Middlesex, on the 3d Tuesday next 
after the 4th Tuesday of September. 

At Dedham, for the County of Nor- 
folk, 5th Tuesday next after the 4th 
Tuesday of September. 

At Lenox, for the County of Berk- 
shire, 2d Tuesday of September. 

At Northampton, for the Counties of 
Hampshire, Franklin, and Hampden, 
on Monday next preceding 4th Tues- 
day of September. 

At Salem, for the County of Essex; 
6th Tuesday after the 4th Tuesday of 
September. 

At Taunton, in the County of Bris- 
tol, and at Plymouth, in the. County 
of Plymouth, alternately; beginning 
at Taunton, for the Counties of Bristol, 
Plymouth, Barnstable, and Dukes 
County, on the 4th Tuesday next after 
the 4th Tuesday of September, 1852, 
and at Plymouth, for the same Coun- 
ties, on the 4th Tuesday next after the 
4th Tuesday of September, 1853. 

At Worcester, for the County of 
Worcester, 1st Tuesday next after the 
4ih Tuesday of September. 

Terms for the Tried of Jury Cases. 

At Barnstable, for the Counties of 
Barnstable and Dukes. 9rh Tuesday 
next after 1st Tuesday of .March. 

At Boston, for the County of Suffolk, 
7th Tuesday next after the 4th Tues- 
day of September. 

At Dedham, for the County of Nor- 
folk, 3d Tuesday of February. 

At Greenfield, for the County of 
Franklin, 2d Tuesday of September. 

At Lenox, for the County of Perk- 
shire, 10th Tuesday next' after '1st 
Tuesday of March. 

At Lowed, for the County of Mid- 
dlesex, 2d Tuesday o^ April. 

At Nantucket, for the County of 
Nantucket, 1st Tuesday of July. . 

At New Bedford, for the County of 
Bristol, 2d Tuesday of November. 

At Northampton, for the County of 
Hampshire, 7th Tuesday next after 1st 
Tuesd i) Of March. 

At Plymouth, lor the County of Ply- 
mouth, 10th Tuesday next after 1st 
Tuesday of March. 

At Salem, for the County of Essex, 
8th Tuesday after the 1st 'Tuesday of 
March. 



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MASSACHUSETTS REGISTER. 



At Springfield, for" the County of 
Hampden, 8th Tuesday afn-r the 1st 
Tuesday of March, and 1st Tuesday of 
S-^t tember. 

At Taunton, for the County of Bris- 
tol, 7th Tuesday next after the 1st 
Tuesdav of March. 

At Worcester, for the County of 
Worce^er, 6th Tuesday after 1st Tues- 
day of March. 

COURT OF COMMON PLEAS, 

Edward Mellen, Wayland, C. Justice. 
Jona. C. Perkins, Salem, "] 
Henry W. Bishop, Lenox, j 
Geo. 8. Briggs, Pittsfield, j Asso. 

Geo. P. Sd;:L!>rr, Boston. [ Justices. 
I iry Morris. Spri _ i id, 
David Aiken, Greenfield, J 

Salary of the Chief Justice, S2,700 ; | 

of each Associate Justice, $2,500. 

District Attorn eys. 

[Ulectea 'by the several •-'•—'.? terms pf 
three ys-ir-n ending J.-: iary, ISSO.j 

Northern District. — Middlesex Coun- 
ty, Isaac S. Morse, o: Lowell. Saurv, 
$1,500. 

Eastern District — Ess^ Count v, 
Alfred A. Abl ott. of South Danvers. 
Salary, $1,500. 

Southern fjisrrict. — Bristol, Barn- 
stable, Dukes, and Nam ket Coun- 
ties. Lirico'n r . L. ..' a ■ : :- . ■ 
Bedford. Salary, SI 

South-Eos! v* Di dV;/.- Norfolk and 
Plymouth Counties, Benj. W. i 'arris. 
Ea*r BrKl.'ewar. - iry, SI. 

ftlidrfle District. — Worcester-C 
P. E. Aldri : } reester. Saiarv, 

$1,300. 

Wesfern District. — Hampden and 
B • .hire Counties, Edward B. Gill 
of Wesifield. Salary, 81.2 . 

N>rth-W*stern District:- —l\ 
shire and Franklin Counties, D^.-.IA 
W. Alvord, of Greei field. Salary, 
§300. 



Su } 



C 



.• . ./ [.,oun ij. — i ;o. n . 
of Boston. Salary, S3 >, ......-•;- 

O. Brewster, of Bosl ted 

Governor and Council), Assistant- 
Attorney. S dan . $i,S ). 

2Jie Court of Common Pleas is hoi .'■ 

At Barnstable, for Ba; nsub'e C - 
ty, 1st Tuesday next after 1st Mon- 



-'.-■- - '■ 



iJa^ c: 



tern! 



At Can .• !ge, : or - " ilesex Coun- 
ty, 2d Mondat n 1 ■ i ".-• (G i- 
inal.) 2d Si u ! f of Dec-end - 
( Civil.) 

At Concord, for Mtdd eses Cg 



4»h Monday in June. (Criminal.) 1st 
Mondav of June. (Cioil.) 

At Dedham, for Norfolk County. 
4th Monday of April, 3d Mondays of 
September and December. 

At Edgartown, for Duk^s County, 
last M n ' : / of May and S 

At Fitehburg, for Worcester C< ur ty, 
2d Monday of November. f£ 
2 i Mondays of June and Augusf. 
(Criminal.) 

Ar Greenfield, for Franklin County, 
3d Monday of March, and 2d Mondays 
of August and November. 

At Lawrence, for the County cf 
Essex, 2d Monda) of October. (Crim- 
inal.) 3d Monday of March. (Civil.) 

At Lenox, for Berkshire County, 
1st Mondays of January and • 
(Criminal.) 4th Mondays of Februa- 
ry, June, and tober. (C 

At Lowell, for Middlesex County 
3d Mondav in October. (Criminal.) 
2 1 Monday of March and IstMoj ! 
'.. - iptember. (Civil.) 

At Nantucket, for Nantucket Coun- 
ty. 1st Mondays of Jane and October. 

Ar New Bedford, for Bristol County, 
2d M lays of Jane a^d December, 

At Newburyport, ?jt the County of 
Essex, 4th Monday of May. (Crimi- 
nal.) 3d Mondav of Seotember. 

At Northampton, tor Ham] 
County. 2d Monday of June a 
Monday of Decern ■ r. (Criminal 3d 
. I - lays of February and of O 

, 1st Mo day of June. (Civil.) 

At Plymouth, for Plymouth County, 
2d Mondays of 1 ; and August, and 
1st Monday of December. 

At Salem, for the County of Essex, 
4th Monday of January. (Crimin \ 
3d Mondays of Jane and December. 
{Civil.) 

At Springfield, tor Hampden C a - 

. Monday of May and 1st '. . a- 

day of December. (Criminal.) 2d 

. '. : • - M reh and Jure, and 1st 

Monday of October. (Civil.) 

At Taunton, (or Bristol County. 2 1 
'.'. ■ lays or March an I Sej tember. 

At Worcester, fur Worcester C 
ty, 3d Monday of Jauuary, the 2 J 
lay of May, and 3d Monday of 
er. (Criminal.) 1st Monday of 
March, Monday next after 4ih Mon- 
day of August, and 2d Mondav of 

SUPERIOR COURT FOIL TEE 
COUNTY OP SUFFOLK. 
IIolJs its term- in B '■ i on the 1st 
Tuesdays of Januar . March, May. 
JJy. September, aud November. 



POLICE COURTS. 



29 



Chas. Allen, of Worcester, C. Justice. 
Cbaf. P. Huntington, Boston,) » . 
Stephen G. Nash, Benton, >- r , * 
Marcus Morton, Jr., And over, ) 
Joseph Willard, Boston, Clerk. 
Joseph A. Willard, Bo-ton, Ass. Clerk. 
Salary of the Chief Justice, $3,200, 
and of each Associate, ?3.O0O. 

MUNICIPAL COURT OP THE 
CITY OP BOSTON. 

The Justices of the Superior Court 
for the County of Suffolk, ex-officio, 
are Judges of this Court. 

Geo. VV . Cooley, Commonvjealth's 
Attorney for Suffolk County. Salary, 
$3,000. 

Augustus O- Brewster, Assistant 
Attorney for Suffolk. County. Salary, 
SI, 800. 

Thomas W. Phillips, Clerk. 

Henry Homer, Crier. 

Luther Hutcbins, Messenger. 

This Court is holden the first -Mon- 
day in each month. 



POLICE COURTS, 

Police Court of Adam. 

[Established 1854.] 

Joel Bacon, Standing Justice. Chas. j 
Marsh, Special Justice. 

Police Court of Boston. 
[Established 1322.] 
John Gray Rogers, Thomas Russell, 
Sebe-u.s C. Maine, Justice 



Police Cowl of Cehtsca. 

[Established 1855 ] 

Hamlett Bites. Standing Justice. 
Erastus Rugg, Sjm ciai Justice. 

Police Court of Chicopec. 

[Established 1805.] 

Mortimer D. Whitaker, Standing 
Justice. Salary, $600. George fcj. 
Taylor, Special Justice. 

Police Court of Fall River. 

[Established 1852.] 

Louis Lapbam, Standhw Justice. 
i James Ford, Special Justice. Aimus- 
I J.uj B, Leonard, Clerk. 

Police Court of Glouces'er. 

[Established 1858.] 
Joshua P, Trask, Standing Justice. 
Cyrus Storey, Jr., Special Justice. 

■ Police Court of Haverhill. 
[Established 1854.] 
William Tajjjart, Standing Justice,. 



ibalary. 



-'.;■.■ j eaca. 



R«l 



lary, i 



I. nomas Power, Clerk 
Sl,8.00. 

Wei. Koapp, Assistant Clerk. Sal- 
ary, SL,600. Seth Tobey, 2d As^ist- 
ani Clerk. Salary, SI, 500. Jacob 
Homer, 3d Assistant Clerk. Salary., 
$800. 

Henry C. Strattou. Messenger. 

The Police Court sits every day 
(Saturday afternoons and Sundays ex- 
cepted), at 9 o'clock, A. M., and at 3, 
P. M., ior the trial of criminal causes, 
The same is also a justices' Court, tor 
the trial of civil causes not exceeding 
100 dollars, and commences its terms 
every Saturday at 9 o'clock, A. M. 

Police Court of Comb-ridge. 

[Established 1854.] * 

Jonn S. Ladd, Standing Justice. 
Salary, $1,500. George W. Liver- 

cin-e. Specv'd Justice. 

Court sits for trial of criminal cases 
>l.']]y at 'J. A. M. ; tor civil business, 
every Thursday, at 10, A. M. 



raid by fees. Edmund Kuuoau, ope- 
cial Justice. Paid by fees. 

Police Court of Lawrence. 
[Established 1848.] 
Win. Stevens, Standing Justice. Sal- 
ary .51300. Geo. W. Benson, Special 
Justice. Wm. H. Parsons, Clerk. 
Salary $800. 

Police Court of Lee. 
[Established 1855.] 
Isaac C. Ives, Standing Justice. 
Paid by fees. 

Police Court of Lowell. 
[Established 1833.] 
Nathan Crosby, Standing Justice 
j Joel Adams and George Sr evens, 
i Special Justices. Samuel P. IXadley, 
Jr., Clerk. Salary of Standing Jus- 
tice and Clerk, S 2,8 00. 

Police Court of Lynn, 

[Established 1849.] 

Thomas B. Newhall, Standing Jus- 

tice. James R. Newhall, Benj. F. 

Mulige. Special Justices. T. B. Xesv- 

ball, Clerk. 

Police Court of Mdford. 
[Established 1854.] 
i Sullivan Thayer, Standing Jus 'id 
Salary, $600. Lvman Maynard, Sp 



He 



L. Parker, C 'k-rk 



Sa.ar_\ , ©300. 



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MASSACHUSETTS REGISTER. 



Police Court of New Bedford. 

[Established 1834.] 
Robert C. Pieman, Standing Justice. 
Salary, St, 200. Henry H. (Jrapo, 
Aiansoa Borden, Speci.il Justices. 
Francis L- Porter, Clerk. Salary, 
$400, and fees for copies. 

Police Court of Newbury port. 
[Established 1833.] 
Stephen W. Marston, Standing Jus- 
tice. Salary $800, John Cook, Special 
Justice. Edward W. Rand, Clerk. Sal- 
ary $350. 

Police Court of Pittsfield. 
[Established 1850.] 
John A. Walker, Standing Justice. 
Police Court of Rovcbury. 
[Established 1855.] 
Peter S. Wheeloek, Standing Jus- 
tice. Salary, $1,000. Joshua Seaver, 
Eben Jones, Special Justice-). 

Police Court of Salem. 
[Established 1831.] 
Jos. G. Waters, Standing Justice. 



Geo. Andrews, Win. C. Prescott, Spe- 
cial Justices. Samuel P. Andrews, 
Clerk. 

Police Court of Spi ing fell. 

[Established 1S52.] 

Jas. H. Morton, Standing Jns'ice. 

Salary, SI, 000, and fees. Harvey 

Chapin, Chas. A. Winchester, Special 

Justices. 

Police Court of Taunton. 
[Established 1858.] 
Samuel K. Townsend, Standing 
Justice. Ben'). R. Dean. Special Jus- 
tice. James P. Ellis, Clerk. 

J'olice Court of Wittiqmstoicn. 
[Established 1855.] 

Newcomb Love, Standing Justice. 
Andrew M. Smith, Special Justice. 

Police Court of Worcester. 
[Established 1848.] 

Wis. N. Green, Standing Justice. 
John W. Wetherell, Win.. W. Rice, 
Special Justices. John D. Dexter, Jr., 
Clerk. 



UNITED STATUS SENATORS PROM 2IASSACIIU3ETIS, 



FUOM 1789 TO 1853. 



Caleb Strong, - 


The<-»i..n; SedsrWick, 


S.i.nnj.-i Ot-'xr -r, . 


Dwight Few tor . 


JoUn O.. Adams, 


Jamas Lloyd, . 


Christopher G-re, 


}_ i l>. Ashmun, . 


Prvnt.-a Melfen, 


Elijah H. Mills,". 


Daniel Wr-ebattr, 


RafHfl e"'i au>, . 


Daniel W'vbster, 


Robert C. * v iuttirop 


',' >b rt :: ml -- : . ~. 


Char!*?* Suiasjer, 



17 


89-96 


17 


J6-89 


3799 


-18uQ 


i*. 


0-03 


19 


3-4 s 


is 


)B-13 


I- 


13-16 


3 ft 


lb-18 


M 


18-29 


1* 


^0-27 


la 


27-41 


IS 


41-45 


1- 


15-60 


!■*! 


r j!'MVl 



1851- 



Trisirasn DaltoD, 
Geor^t? Oaboc, . 
Benjamia Goodhue, 
•Jonathan Mason, 
Timothy Picketing, 
Joseph 1$. Wrnom, 
Harrison Giay O r ;;i, 
James Lloyd, . ' 
Nathaniel Silebee, 
John Davis, 
l-aa<; (J. Bates, . 
John Davis, 
Edward Everett, 
Julius Rockwell, 
Henry \s ilaon, • 



1753-91 

I7yi- i >; 
ras-isoo 

1800-03 
1808-11 
1811-17 
1817-22 

lsta-sts 

182(5-35 
1835-41 
1841-45 
1S45-53 
1S53-54 
W.+-S5 
1855- 



Mr. Sumu»r'a term will espirc March 3d, lrJ3 : aiid Mr. Wii^on'B will expire March 3d, 1865. 



f 



JUSTICES THROUGHOUT THE COMMONWEALTH. 



31 



JUSTICES THROUGHOUT THE COMMONWEALTH 



Barnstable County. 
Barnstable. 

Cuar.es Marston. 

Orleans, 
John Kenrtek. 

Truro 
Solomon Davis. 
Berkshire County. 

Attains. 
Edwiri F. Jenks, 
Wm. C. Plun.kett. 
Adams (North). 
Henry L. Dawes, 
A. A. Richmond. 

A' ford. 
E.zra C. Tick nor. 

Lenox. 
Henry W. Bishop, 
New Marlboro 1 . 
Noah Gibson. 

Pittsjield. 
Geo. N. Briggs, 
Henry Cteiekering, 
Henry H. Childs, 
T no m as Colt, 
Beijj. it. Curtis, 
Henry Hubbard, 
Ensign H. Kellogg, 
Edward A. New-tan, 
Julius Rockwell. 

Willinrristotcn. 

Daniel N. Dewey. 
Bristol County. 
Attkboro'. 
Lemuel May. 

Full lilcer. 
Charles J. Holmes. 

New Bedford. 
James Arnold, 
Lincoln- P. Hii-harn, 
John 11. Clifford:, 
Rodney French. 
Joseph Grinnell, 
Geo. Rowland, Jr. 
Benj. Rodman. 
Norton. 
Laban M. W'heaton. 

Pa.'vtucket. 
Johnson Gardner. 

Sicanzey. 
John Mason. 

Taunton.. 
Samuel* L. Crocker, 
Marctrt. Morton, 
ii. B. Wheelwright. 
Lak-s Comity. 
Ktl-ffirtwon.' 
David Divis, 
Leavitt Thaxter. 
Essex County. 
Amnbury. 
Joshua Q, Iby. 
Audover. 
Amos Ahbott, 
J:. .'in Aiken, 

Bradford. 
Geo. Cogswell. 
Grace/and. 
Jeremiah Spofford. 



Haverhill. 

James H. Duncan, 
Nath'l 3. Howe. 

L ynn. 
John B. Alley. 

Marbiehead. 
j Frederick Robinson. 

Neio'jf.ri/port. 
■ Caleb Cashing, 
! Daniel P. Pike. 

Salem. 
} Albert G. Browne, 
I John Chaana-i, 
| Caleb Foote, 
i Asahel Huntington, 
Otis P. Lord, 
Jona. C. Perkins, 
Stephen H. Phillips. 

South Danvers. 
Alfred A, Abbott. 
j RobertS. Daniels. j 
j Franklin County. ! 

Bernardston. 
j Henry W. Cushiaan. j 

Greenfield. 
j George T. Davis, j 
I George Grenneli, 
j Horace Lyman, 
Ansel Phelps. 
| Hampden County. 

Granville, 
j Rufus H. Barlow, 
! Elijah Seymour. 
Monson. 
Joha W. Foster. 
Sprinnfield. 
George Ashman, 
George Bliss, 
Wm. B. Calhoun, 
Charles Howard, 
John Mill... 

IVestneld. 
William G. Bates, 
Patrick Boies, 
James Fowler, 
Edward. B. Gillette. 



I Concord. 

| Nathan Brooks, 

j Simon Brown. 
Framingham. 
William G. Lewis. 

Groton. 
George S. Boutwell. 

Lexington. 
Charles Hudson. 

Lowell 
Homer Bartlett, 
Elisha Huntington, 
I Chauney L. Knapp, 
j Isaac S. Morse, 
I Josiah G. Peabody, 
j Wm. A. Puchardsou. 

Ma/den. 
I William J. Eaxnes. 

Medfofd. 
j Elihu C Laker. 

Melrose. 
j Daniel W. Gooch. 

Natick. 
j Henry Wilson. 

Newton. 

Eb»nezer Bradbury. 

Sioneham. 
George W. Dike. 



Tevtksbury. 

I Thomas J. Marsh. 

Walt ham. 
| Nathaniel P. Banks. 

Way I 'and. 
i Edward Mellen. 
: Winchester. 

I John A. Bolies. 

i 

I Nantucket County. 

Nantucket. 
| Wiliiarn Mitchell. 
Norfolk County. 
Brookline, ' 
j John H. W. Page. 

Canton. 
\ Thomas French. 
Dorchester. 
Henry W. Benehley, 
Hampshire County, j Moses G. Cobl: 

Amherst, 
Ithamar Con key, 
Ithamar F. Conkey, j Edmund P. Tileston. 
n, i Medwny. 

| Warren Lovering. 

Needham. 
! Artemas N.ewhall, 



Bpnj. V. French, 
Samuel P. Loud, 



Edward DieR'in 
R. B. Hubbard 

Northampton. 
Osrnvn Biker. 
Charles E. Forbes 
Oliver Warner. 

Ware. 
Francis Do Witt. 

Williamsburg. 
Ephraim M. Wngl 



! E igar K. Whitaker. 
Roxbury, 
. | Benj. F. Conelan i, 
I Chand r R Ransom, 
j David A. Simmons, 
t. i Ebenezer W. Stone, 
Sumuel H. Waiiey. 

Walpole. 
Francis W. Bird. 
ii" st ftttxb or if. 
Stephen M. Weld. 



Middlesex County. 
Cambridge. 
! Joel Parker. 
| John G. Palfrey, 
Emory Washburn. 

Chnrlestoivn. 
Natb miel Austin, 
Luther V B 11, 
Ab'm It. Thompson, j Duxbury. 

Charles Thompson. Gershom B. Weston, 



I 

j Plymouth County. 
Co rver. 
Jesse Murdoeki 



Phi mouth. 
Robert B. Hall. 
Wareliam. 
Thomas Savary. 
West Bridyeicater. 
William Baylies. 
Suffolk Couaty. 
Boston. 
Josiah G. Abbott, 
Fred. a. Allen, 
George T. Bigelow, 
John P. Bigeiow, 
Aug. 0. Brewster, 
Peleg W. Chandler, 
Rufus Choate, 
Henry Crocker, 
F. B. Crowninshield, 
Isnac Emery, 
Edward Everett, 
Richard Fletcher, 
| Charles L. Flint, 
i Henry J. Gardner, 
I John C.Gray, 
Chas. B. Hall, 
Benj. F, Hallett, 
Ebenez p r R. Hoar, 
Chas.P. Huntington, 
J as. M.Keith', ' 
J William Knapp, 
I John G. Locke, 
Theron Metcaif, 
William Minot, 
George Morev, 
John H. W. Page, 
Samuel D. Parker, 
Jonathan Phillips, 
Josiah Quincy, Jr., 
Geor^e'P. Sanger, 
James Savage, 
Lemuel Shuvr, 
I Peleg Sprague, 
! Chas. II. S-edraah, 
! Benjamin Stevens, 
i Rich*d Sullivan, Jr., 
{ Charles Sumner, 
i New^U A.Thompson, 
i Thomas 'folnxan, 
i George 3. L'pton, 
! John M Williams, 
: Robert C. Wihthrop, 

! Worcester County. 

Bane. 

j Edward Denny. 
/"•' '/bury. 
] Eben Tor rey. 

Leominster. 
j David Wil ler. 

Ne ■ Brainiree. 
Samuel Mixter. 

Norlhborottgh. 
Cyrus Gale. 
| North Brookfield, 
, Amasa Walker. 
' . Prhtrtrton. 
\ Chas. Resell. 
I 1 1 'orcester, 

J P. Emory Aldricb, 
i Charles Allen, 
j Asa L. Burbank, 
1 Isaac Davis, 
: Levi Lincoln. 



MASSACHUSETTS REGISTER. 



COMMI 



310NERS. 



Re.ndcr\i in Massachusetts, appointed by other States to take testimony to be used, and 
Acknowledgments ox Deeds to be recorded, in said States. 



ALABAMA. 

Adams Ghas. B. F., Boston. 

Angell Geo. T. y 

Austin I vers J., ". 

Browne C lustea, " 

Buck Edward, 

Currier Benj. H., " 

Gilts Alfred E., " 

Healey John P., <; 

Jackson Abraham, Jr., " 

Randall Ons G., 4 ' 

Richardson Geo, F.. " 

Smyth W. E. P., 

Field Jena. E., Stockbridge. 

Leonard Nor. T., We>trield. 

Iliii J. Henry, Worcester. 

AHKAN3AS. 

Adams Chas. B. F.. Boston. 

Angell Geo. T., 

Currier Beni. II. , " 

Randall Otis G., 

CALIFORNIA. 

Adams Chas. B. F., Boston. 
Angell Geo. T., ' " 

Austin Ivers J., " 

Bates Sam'l W., 
Burbahk Robert I,, " 
Currier Benj. II. , ' ; 

Draper- John W., 
Dyer Micau, Jr., 4S 

Fiske Edward, "■ 

Hale George S , 
Randall Otis G., 
like Geo. fch, 
Sharp Daniel, 
Suter Hales W., 
Richardson Win. A., Lowell 
Cuniminga A. I.. K . X I cry 
Gardner E. 51., N"a nu ei 
Stone jo-. 1 C, Nov. & ifc 
Cc ik J ohn, Newbury pott 
Golf B< nj. F., \\ arc 

Osgood J. B-. F., Sakm 
Welib Stephen P., Salem 
Leonard _N. T\, VVesUioU! 
Hal J. Henry, Worcester 

CONNECTICUT. 

Abbott James A,, B rstoia 
Adams Ghas. B. F., , " 
Anatil Geo. T. f 
Austin LversJ., 
BullesJohn.A., 
Browue ( Jeorae M., " 
Buck Edward 
Burl aiifc B i . rtl. f 
Chi •.:.-.• P., 
■■■• Bt nj. 11., 
Demand Charles, " 

Dexter fhomas A., " 
Dyer Micah, Jr., 
Ely Alfred B., - 
Hale George S., 
Eltiatmgs Geo. R., 
iiobbs William, Jr., Si 



Holmes John S 
Mayo Charles, 
Nickerson Joseph, 
Nutter Charles C, 
Plimpton Silas P., 
Pond Benj., 
Putnam Joan P., 
Randall Otis G., 
Rice George E., 
Richardson Geo. F., 
Sharp Daniel, 
Smith Wm. II. I.. 
Smyth W\ E. P., 
Sullivan James P., * 
Suter Hales W., 
Thornton J. Wiosrate, 



.orrirri i L 



Ladd Jonathan, Lowell. 
Leonard N. T., Westfield. 
Kingsbury F. A.,Weymo'th. 
Hill J. Henry, Worcester. 
Stoddard E. B., 
Searuans O. A., Springfield- 

DELAWARE. 

Adams Chas. B.F., Boston. 
Angell Geo. T., " 

Currier Benj. H., 
Ran tall Otis G.. 
Leonard N. T., ' Westfield. 
Hill J. Henry, Worcester. 

FLOKlDA. 

Adams Chas. B.F.. Boston. 
Angell George T... ' 



Boston. ! Hobbs Wm. Jr., Boston. 
Jackson Abra'm, Jr., '' 
Lynde Alonzo V., " 

Kingsbury Geo. II., " 
Paine John T., 
Palfrey Francis W., " 
Randall Otis G. } 
Smyth W. E. P., 
Bennett Chas. F , Dalton. 
Briggs Geo. P., Lawrence. 
Collins G., (Thorndike) 
Palmer [Salem. 

Pingree Thomas P., Jr.. 
Rantoul Robert S., Salem. 
Go if Ben]. F., Ware. 

Hall Franklin, Worcester. 
Lawrence. Hill J. Henry, 4i 

Stoddard Elijah B., » 
Laud Jonathan, Lowell, 
Leonard Norman T.,W'stf'd 



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5 ■ - X. t„ Westfleld 



Adams Chas. B. F., Boston. 

Angtlt George X., 

Austin Ivers J., 

Baldwin Henry, 

Br lofcs b ranci'a A., " 

Carrier Benj. IE, 

Ely Alfred B., ** 



Lynde AlonzoV., Stoneh'm. 

Walker Geo., Springfield. 

INDIANA. 

Adams Chas, B. F., Boston. 
Angell Geo. T., 
Austin Ivors J., . " 

Baldwin Henry, i: 

Bares Sam'l W., 
Bodes John A., 
Browne Causten, <l 

Buck Edward, " 

Currier Benj. H., " 

Ely Alfred B.. 
Harris George S., 
Hobbs Wm., Jr., " 

Horse Nathan, i; 

Randall Otis G., 
Rice Geo. E., " 

Smyth W. E. P.. 
Thayer James B., " 

Thoimton J. Wifigate, " 
Crapo WAV., New Bedfoi i. 
Cummings A. I., Roxbury. 
Hill J. Henry, Worcester. 
Stoddard Elijah B., " 
I. add Jonathan, Lowell. 
Leonard • N. T., Westi 
Pirsgree Thos. P.,Jr.,Saieu:. 

IOWA. 
Adarn^ Chas. B. F.. Boston. 
A:. !! Geo. T., 
Austin Ivers J., " 

•Ball Joshua D., 
Bates Samuel W., '« 

Beard Ithamar W ., '* 
Browne Causten, " 

Burbank llr.bert L, 
( tas Jai ies M., 
Currier Benj. 11 , 
Dickinson Fred'k W., " 
Eastman Josephus, 
Ifarris Geo. S., " 

Hobbs Wm., Jr., 
Pond Benjamin, 4v 

Randall Otis G., 
Rice Geo. E.. « ; 






COMMISSIONERS. 



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Smyth W. E. P., Boston. 
Suter Hales W., " 

Thayer James B., 
Filton Warren, " 

Novo* Sim'l B.. Canton. 
Bradford Duncan, Cha'st'n. 
Russell Jcre'h, Haverhill. 
Caveriy Robert B., Lowell. 
Ladd jona., " 

Kirklantl H., Northampton. 
Golf Benj. b\, Ware. 

Hal! Frail kiln, Worcester. 
Hill J- Henry, 
Leonard N. T , Westfield. 
Osgood J. B. F., Salem. 
Rantoul Robert S., " 
Seamans O. A., Springfield. 
Walker George, l> 

KANSAS. 

Adams Chas B. F., Boston. 
Angell Geo. T., 
Randall Otis G., 

KENTUCKY. 

Adams Cnas. B. F., Boston. 

Angell George T., " 

Austin Ivers J., " 

Buck Edward, " 
CunierBenj. EL, 
Ely Alfred 8., 

Harlow Thomas S., " 

Pond Benjamin, " 

Randall Otis G., »« 

Sharp Daniel, iS 

Smyth W. E. P., " 

Thornton J. Wingate, " 

LOUISIANA. 

Adams Chas. B. F., Boston, 

-Andrews John L., " 
AngeR George T., 

Bet ton George E., '* 

Luc-; Edward, " 

< urrier Benj. K., " 

Dehon William, " 

Ely Alfred B., a 
HiHard William, 



Morse N 



itnan, 



Nutter Charles C. 
Palfrey Francis W.. 
Prince Frederick 0., 
Randall Otis G., 
Lire George E., 
Sanger George P., 
Smith Win. H. L., 
Smyth W. E. P., 
Thornton J. Wingate, 
R >berts David, ' S 
Leonard N. T., West! 
Haii Franklin, Worce 
HiUJ.Henry, 

MAINE, 

Abbott James A., Bo< 
Adams Chas. B. F., ' 
Allen Augustus O., ' 
Ati«*n Charl a E., ' 

Alien Frederick IL, 
ArtseU G 'orge T., 
Atkins; .-. Jacob, 
Au nin Lvers J.. 
Bacon Charles H., 
Baldwin Henry, ' 

Banjeld Everett C, 
Bites Samuel \V„ 
Heard Ithamar W., 
3 



alem. 
Lfield. 

ester. 



Bigelow John P., Boston. 
Blake Edward, 
Bolles John A., 
Brocks Francis A., 

Brown Wm. Locke, " 
Buck Edward, 

Bnrbank Robert I., " 

Bar* Wi liam L., . U 

Butler Benjamin, " 

Chandler Charles P., " 

Chandler Peleg W., " 

Clarke Samuel G., " 

Co i>ke Benjamin F., " 

Cottrell Asa, " 

Currier Benj. H., " 

D ma Edward A., '« 

Demohd Charles, " 

Dexter Thomas A., " 

Do'ige John C, " 

JDudley Elbridge G., «« 
j Ellis Charles Si., 

J Ely Alfred B., " 

• Emerson John W., " 

| Fiske Augustus IL, ' « 
j Fuller IL Weld, 
Giles Alfred E„ 

! Gilley John E. M*., " 

Gray Ebenezer, " 
Hale Geo. S., 
Hail Franklin, 

Harlow Thomas S., '* 

Hart S Rowland, " 
Hayes Francis B , 

Haynes Henry W., «'« 

Hodges Edward F., " 
Jackson Abraham, Jr., " 

Jewell Harvey, " 
Joy -Albion K. P., 

Judd Chauiicy P., " 

Kettelle Jacob Q., " 

Kingsbury Geo. H., '* 

Knapp William, " 

Lynde Alon'zo V., '.* 
Maine 
McLd 

Moore Edward N., " 

Nichols John P., " 

Nicfcersob Joseph, '* 

Nutter Charles C, " 

Nittter Thomas F ., i% 

Otis Edmund IL, «' 

P«rmenter Wm. E., '? 

Phil'ips Thomas W., " 

Pike Charles E., " 

Pond Benjamin, " 

Quinsy Samuel M., " 

Randall Otis G„ " 

Rice George E., Ci 

Rollins James W., " 

Russ Augustus, " 

Sanger George P., " 

Sharp Daniel, « 4 
Smith Wm. H. L., 
Smyth W. E. P., 

S'pve^s Oliver, " 
Suter Hales W., 

Thayer James B. " 
Thorndike Samuel L.. u 
Thornton J. Wingate, " 

Walker William L., " 

Washburn Alex..C, " 

Washburn Fred. L., »', 
Watts Francis O., 

W el a S muel, Jr., « 

Wheetock Peter. S. s ** 

Witlard Paul, " 

Williamson Wm. C, " 

Wood mm C5 aa. C , " 
Fame H. W., Cambridge 



iebeus C. 

m G. F.. 



Mayhew T. G., Edgartowm. 
WeOber John, Gloucester. 
Gay Ehenezer, Hingham. 



Bordman B., 



Lawrence. 



Briggs George P., " 
Caveriy Robert B., Lowell. 
Brown S. A., " 

Lawrence Samuel, " 

Richardson Wm. A.. " 
Smith Edm'd, Newburyp't. 
Chi)sonH.H.,Northampccn. 
Perkins Jonas li., North 

Bridgewater. 
Perry Jairus W., Salem. 
Roberts David, " 

PingreeThos. P., Jr., " 
Bates Moses, Jr., Plymouth. 
Gaston William, Roxbury. 
Weed Dan, Salem. 

Morton Jas. H., Springfield, 
Field Jona. E..Stockbridge. 
Lynde Alonzo Y.,Storieh'm. 
Leonard N. T., Westfield, 
Hall Elijah F., Weymouth. 
Kingsbury Fisher A., '* 
Loud John W., 
Hall Frank, Worcester. 
Hill J. Henry, 
Stoddard Elijah B., " 

M4.KYLA.ND, 

Abbott James A., Boston. 
Adams Chas. B. F., 
Angell George T., " 

Austin lvers J., " 

Ball Joshua D., " 

Currier Benj. H., " 

Ely Alfred B,, 
Emery Thomas O, " 
Fiske Augustus IL, " 
G-riggs George, s * 

Hobbs William, Jr., *' 
Jackson Abraham, Jr., li 
Randall Otis G., 
Rice George E., " 

Washburn Fred. L., '* 
Phillips Stephen II., Salem. 
Ping-re Thos. P., Jr., « 
Leonard N. T., Westfield. 
Hill J, Henry, Worcester. 

MICHIGAN. 

Adams Chas. B. F., Boston. 
Angell George T., 
Austin lvers J,, '"' 

Brooks Francis A., " 
Buck Edward, l< 

Currier Benj. IL, 
Davis William ,N T . V 
Dickinson Fred. W., " 
Elv Alfred B., 
Hobbs William, Jr., 4i - 
Hubbard Nath'i 1)., 
Johnson Henry A., ,f 
Kettelie Jacob Q., 
Kingsbury Geo. IL. i — 
Morton Marcus, Jr., ,l 
Randall Otis G. ; 
Sharp Daniel, '« 

Smyth W. E. P., 
Sullivan James P., 
Suter Hales W., 
I'hayer James B. t 
Lucius Boitwood, Amherst. 
Livermore George AV., Cam- 
bridge. 
Noyes Samuel B.. Canton. 
Crapo Wm. \Y. t N.V^rd. 
Endicott Win. C. Salem. 



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Walker George, Springfield. 
Ladd Jonathan, Lowell. 
Richardson Wm. A., " 
iie'A Jona. E., Stockbridge. 
Whitney Edwin, Stowe. 
Goff Benjamin F., Ware. 
Leonard N. T., Wcstfield. 
Hill J. Henry, Worcester. 
Stoddard Elijah B., " 

MINNESOTA. 

Adams Chas.B. E,, Boston. 
Angell Geo. T., " 

Ball Joshua D., 

Browne Cans ten, M 

Currier Benj, IE, " 

Dudley Dean, " 

Otis Edmund B. »' 

Kandall Otis G., " 

Rice George E., *' 

Ladd Jonathan, Lowell. 
Goff Benjamin F. , ^ Ware. 
Hill J. Henry, Worcester. 

MISSISSIPPI. 

Adams Chas, B. F., Boston. 
AngeI3.Geo.rge T., 
Austin Ivers J., " 

Currier Benj. H., " 

Jackson Abraham Jr., <; 
ItandaBQtis G., 
Rice George E., " 

Thornton J. Wingate, " 
Leonard N. T., Westfield. 



MISSOURI. 

Adams Chas. B. F., Boston. 
Angell George T., " 

Austin ivers J., " 

Bigelow Horatio," " 

Currier Benj, H., " 

Giles Alfred E., " 

Jackson Abraham Jr., ° 
Johnson Henry A., " 
Otis Edmund B., " 

Randall Otis G,, " 

Rice George E., " 

Sharp Darnel, 
Smith Ch imicey, " 

Smyth W. E. P., ': 

BriggsGeo. P., Lawrence, 
Pitman R. C. New Bedford. 
Leonard X. T., Wesiford. 
Hall Franklin, Worcester. 
Hill J. Henry, 

NEBRASKA.. 

Adams Chas. B. F., Boston. 
Angell George T., " 

Randall Otis G., " 

NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

Abbott James A*> Boston. 

Adams Chas. B. F., " 

Albce Sumner, 

Angell George T,, ,( 

Austin Iverai J., " 

Ayers Phineas, 

Barnes Isaac O., • '* 

Bates Samuel W., " 

Beard Ithamar W., 



>n (i 



Bi 



r g P 

a P., 



Clark Samuel G., Boston, j 
Cottrell Asa, 
Currier Benj. H., 
Cutter Isaac J., 
Dana Edward A., 
Dexter Thomas A., 
Dow Nathan T., 
Dudlet Elbridge, 
Duncklee Mark F., 
Dyer Micah, Jr., 
Eastman Josephus, 
Ely Alfred B., 
Emerson John W., 
Fiske Augustus II. t 
Hale George S., 
Hayes Francis B., 
Haynes Henry W., 
Hazelton Horace L., 
Healey John P., 
Ilobbs Wffl., Jr., 
Hersey A. C, 
Hubbard Nath'l D., 
Hutchins Horace G., 
Jewell Harvey, 
Joy Albion K*. P., 
Lyrtde Alonzo V., 
Mason David H., 
Muzzey Henry W., 
Nash Stephen G,, 
i Nickerson Joseph, 
| Nutter Charles E., 
Nutter Th0 3. F., 
Parker Henry M., 
Pierce Roger N., 
Pike Charles E., 
! Plummer William, 
i Pond Benjamin, 
I Price E. Sewall, 
Randall Otis G., 
Rogers Wi Shams. 
Rollins James W.., 
Sharp Daniel, 
Smith Wm. H. L., 
Smyth W. E. P.; 
T haver James B„, ** 

Thorndike Samuel L., ■'« 
Thornton J. Wingate, " 
Tattle Charles W., " 
A'-'heclcr A 'ex. S„ « 

. san Chas. C, " 
Griihn J.Q.A., Charlestovn. 
Stevens Chas. G., Clinton. 

TvIerJ H. (E.) Cambridge. 

VCareT. K., Fitchbunr. 

Russell Jere., Haverhill. 

y :* Unan B., Lawrence. 

Briggs Geo. P., 

Brown Alnheua R., Lowell. 

Howe Moses G., " 

Ladd Jona., J; 

Lawrence Samuel, " 

Norris A. F. L., " 

Ekha rd wn Wm. A., ''"• 

Webster W. P., » 

Brown Is iar, Lynn. 

Vi.'.-e i; ■::;. F., 

G inii _r E. IE, Nantucket. 

Smilh Bdruu'd^Newburyp't. 

P ngreeThos. P^Jr.,Salero. 

Phillip* Stephen II., ** 

\V«cd'D-an, 

Walker GeOi, Springfield 

LymieA. V., Stoaeham. 



Bur bank Robert I., 
Butler Benjamin, 
Butters William, 
Chaae Jailed M-, 
Churchill J osephM., 



M estficld. 

Weymouth. 



IU!J Elijah I 
Kingsbury F 
BiesreeE. W. Winebendon 

Ihli J. Uci 7r Worcestej 
Stoddard Elijah. B., u 



NEW JERSEY. 

Adams Chas. B. F., Boston. 
Angell George T., " 

Bolles, John A., 
Currier Benj. II., 
Phillips Geo. W., " 

Randal! Otis G., 
Ladd.! mm a., Lowell. 

Leonard N. T., Westfield. 
Barton Wm. S., Worcester. 

NEW MEXICO. 

Adams Chas. B. F., Boston. 
Angell George T., " 
Currier Benj H., " 

Randall Otis G., " 

Rice George E., " 

NEW YOKE. 

Adams Chas. B. F., Boston. 
Angell Georae T., " 
Avery Edward, " 

Bolles John A., 
Burt Wm. L., 
Currier Benj, IE, " 

Demond Charles. " 

French Asa, " 

Hale George S., " 

Lothrop Thornton K., " 
Nutter Charles C, " 

Palfrey Francis W., " 
Pearson Eliphalet, " 
Randall Otis G., 
Smith Wm. H. L., 
Smyth W. E. P., " 

Watts Francis 0., " 

Sanford J. B., Attleboro* 
Bennett Chas. F., Dalton. 
Borden Simeon, Fall River. 
Tucker Geo. J., Lenox. 
Caverly Rob't B., Lowell. 
Richardson W. A., " 

! Bunker J. M., Nantucket. 
Stetson T. M., New Bedford. 
Stone Jos. C, New Bedford. 
Osgood Jos. B. F., Salem. 
Pingree 1 hos. I'., Jr., " 
BondE. W., Springfield. 
Soule Augustus L M " 
Walker Geo., 

Brayton John S., Taunton. 
G )ff Benj. F., Ware. 

Leonard N. T., Westfield. 
Kingsbury F. A., Weymouth. 
Dewey I) N.,Williamstown. 
Barton Wm S., Worcester, 
Green Wm. N., ** 

Hill J. Henry, . " 

Stoddard Elijah B., 4< 

NORTH CAROLINA. 

Adams Chas. B. F., Boston. 
Angell Geo, T.,. 14 

Austin I vera J., " 

Currier Benj. IL, H 

Randall Otis G., " 

Rice Geo. E., •* 

Smyth \V. E. P., 
Thornton J. Wingate, " 
Cummings A. I., Eoxbury. 
Leonard N. E, Westfield. 
Hill J. Henry, Worcester. 

OHIO. 

Adams Chas. B. F., Boston; 
Angell George I\, 4i 
Austin Ivers S., M 

Baldwin lienry, 






1755048 



Ball Josoua D., Boston. 
Rites S ir->uei W., " 

<\ lies J >hn A.. ,£ 

Browne Causten, 
Buck Edward, 
Burbank Robert L, *' 
Ch iatj Frederick W , " 
ChuTc'hill Joseph M., " 
Currier Benj. H., 
Demoi d Charles, " 

E«an James, 
Ely Alfred $., 
H ivward Charles, " 

Hobbs Win., Jr., " 

Hodges Edward F., " 
Johnson Henry A., " 
L-vnde Alonzo V., " 
Mason David H., 
Muzzey Henry W., " 
Otis Edmund B., " 

Palfrey Francis W., " 
Parker Francis E., " 
Parker Henry M., " 
Pond Benjamin, " 

Quincv Samuel M., " 
Randall Otis G., 
lianney Ambrose A., " 
Rice George E., u 

Sharp D irUel, M 

Smyth W. E. P., 
Thayer James B., 
Thornton J. Wingate, " 
Wheelock Peter S., " 
Briggs Geo. P., Lawrence. 
Ladd Jonathan, Lowell. 
Crapo Wra. W., N.Bedford, 
Phillips Stephen H., Salem- 
Ran tout Robert S., ;< 
Walker Geo., Springfield. 
Field Jona.E., Stoekbridge; 
Go ff Benjamin F., Ware. 
Lvnde A. V., Stoneham. 
Leon ti 1 N. T., Westfield. 
Kali Franklin, Worcester. 
Hiil J. Henry, '* 

Stoddard Elijah P., " 



Aflams unas. d. i .. j ioston, 
Angell Geo. T., 
Currier Benj. H., 

Randall 0*is G . " 

PENNSYLVANIA. 

A lams Chas, R.F., Boston. 
Angell George >T., 

Austin Ivers J., ,{ 

Bali Joshua D., " 

Builes John A., " 
Suck Edward, 

Burbank Robert I., " 

Chase James M*. " 

Cottrell Asa, " 

Currier Benjamin II., " 

Dana Chirks F,, u 

Dexter Thomas A., M 

Demond Cnarles, " 

(lodges Edward F., «« 

Hubbard Nath'i O., « 

Morton Marcus, Jr., «« 

N'at'tr Charier C, *' 

Pri Fr dtrJcC, M 
| ■'-■•■ ■ ■■':: Otis G., 

Rice George E., " 

R ('Ulna James W., ,4 

Ssayth W. E. f» « 
ftory Isaac, 

£*»ry William W., " 



COMMISSIONERS. 



Suter Hales W., 'Boston. 
Thornton J. Wingate, •' 
Brigas Geo. P., Lawrence. 
Stickney Jeremiah C.,Lynn. 
CUiJson Haynes H., North- 
ampton. 
Cummin gs A. I., Roxbury. 
Rantoul RobertS., Salem. 
Walker Geo., Springfield." 
Goif Benjamin F., Ware. 
Leonard N. T., Westfield. 
Hill J. Henry, Worcester; 

RHODE ISLAND. 

Abbott James A., Boston. 
Adams Chas. B. F., " 
Ames Isaac, " 

Angell George T., " 

Austin Ivers J., ,! 

Bacon Charles H., 
Baldwin Henry, 
Bo lies John A"., 
Browne Causten, " 

Buck Edward, " 

Currier Benjamin H., <J 
Dexter William S., " 
Griggs George, " 

Harlow Thomas S., u 
Hillisrd William, 
Hobbs William, Jr„ " 
Jackson Abraham, Jr., •* 
Judson Walter H., " 
Keith James M., " 

Perkins David ** 

Rand Edward S., 
Randall Otis &,, «« 

Rice George E., " 

Sharp Daniel, " 

Shaw Lemuel, Jr., " 

Smyth W. E. P, " 

Suter Hales W., " 

Sullivan James P., " 
Washburn Alex. C, " 
Wheelock Peter S. f 
Sanford J. B., Attleboro'. 
Bofdraan Benj., Lawrence. 
Pitman R.C.New Bedford. 
Roberts David, Salem. 

Morton Jas. H.fSpringfield. 
Seamans Otis A., " 
Brayton John S., Taunton. 
Leonard N. T., Westfield. 
Kingsbury Fisher A., Wey- 
mouth. 
Hill J. Henry, Worcester, 
Stoddard Elijah B., " 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 

Adams Chas. B. F.) Boston. ' 
Angell George T., •' 

Bates Samuel W., " 

Currier Benjamin H., " 
Dexter Thomas A., " - 
Egaa James, M 

Ely Alfred B., 
Griggs George, " 

Hilliard William, " 

Randal] Otis G., 
Rice George E., " 

Morton Jas. H., Springfield. 
Leonard N.T., Westfield. 
Hill J.Henry, Worcester. 

TENNESSEE. 

Adams Chas. B. F., Boston. 
Angell George T.„ u 
Austin Ivers J„ 
Bigelow Georga T., 



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Browne Causten, Boston. 
Currier Benjamin H., " 
Otis Edmund B., " 

Randall Otis G., 
Smyth W. E. P., 
Thornton J. Wingate, "' 
Cummings A. I., Roxbury. 
l^ingree Thos.p.,Jr., Salem. 
Leonard N. T., Westfield. 
Hiil J. Henry, Worcester. 

TEXAS. 

Adams Chas. B. F., Boston. 
Angell George T., " 

Aspinwall William, " 
Brinley Francis, " 

Cooke Benjamin F., '* 
Currier Benjamin H., " 
Fiske Edward, " 

Hale George S., " 

Hodges Edward F., " 
Randall Otis G., u 

Smyth W. E. P., 
Leonard N. T., Westfield. 

UTAH. 

Adams Chas. B. F., Boston. 
An sell George T-. " 



Abbott James A., Boston. 
Adams Chas. B., 
Angell George T., " 

Albee Sumner, " 

Austin Ivers J., <s 

Bates Samuel W„ 
Bigelow John P., ,4 

Boiles John A., 
Burbank Robert I., " 
Burke Albert G., " 

Currier Benj. H., si 

Dana Charles F., 4< 

Ely Alfred B., ' 
Griggs George, 
Hale George S., fi 

Hayes Francis B., ** 

Hobbs Wiliiam, Jr., " 
He Iges Edward F., <[ 
Hubbard Josiah W., " 
Hutchins Henry C, " 
Jewell Harvey, " 

Keith James M„ 
Mason Lyman, " 

Pond Benjamin, " 

Randall Otis G., " 

Ranney Ambrose A., " 
Rice George E„ " 

Richardson Nath'l, M 
Smith Chauncey, 
Smith Wm. H.L., 
Smyth W. E. P , il . 

Sullivan James P., " 
Suter Hales W., " 

Thornton J. Wingate, " 
Wakefield Thos.- L.; *• 
Wheelock Peter S., 
Wcllititrton Hiram, " 
Wiliard Paul, 

I Ladd Jiinathan, Lowell. 

| Briggs Geo. P., Laurence. 

j Brown A. &., Lowell. 

i Webster Wm. P.. L ■ 

! Stetson T. M., N. Bedford. 

! Smith E., Newburyport. 

| Blodgett W.W., Pawtucket. 

! Phillips Stephen JL, Salem. 

{ Pingree T. P., Jr., 
Field Jona. E., Stockbridge 



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Seamaas 0. A., SprinsrnelL 
Goff Benjamin F., Ware. 
Hal! Elijah F., Weymouth. 
Kingsbury F. A., " 
Pierte L. W., Winchendon. 
Hill J. Henry, Worcester. 
Stoddard Elijah B., " 

V2ROINIA. 

Adams Chas. B. F. } Boston. 

Ar.gell George T,, " 

Austin I^ers J., " 

Bolles John A., " 

Churchill Joseph fcL, " 
Coolidge J. R., ' 

Currier Benj. H., " 

Hale George S., " 
Hobbs Wm., Jr., 

Jackson A., Jr., " 

Otis Edmund B., ,: , 

Pond Benjamin, " 

Randall Otis G., " 

Rice George K., ** 
Smyth W/E. P., 

Thornton J. Wingate, 4i 



Til ton Warren, Bo iton. 
Aldrich P E., Worcester. 
Leonard X. T., Westficld. 

WASHINGTON TERRITORV. 

Adams Chas. B. F., Boston. 
Currier Benj. H., '* 

Randall Otis G., 
Rice George E., " 

Stevens Oliver, " 

WISCONSIN. 

Adams Chas. B. F., Boston. 

Angel! George T., i; 

Austin Tver? J., ,; 
Bait Joshua D., 

Brooks Francis A., " 
Browne Causten, 

Burbank Robert I. " 

Butler benjamin, 4i 

Codman Hubert, " 

Currier Benjamin II., ; ' 

Hams George S., '« 

Hayes Francis B., " 



Hubbard Nath'l D., Boston. 
Johnson Henry A., " 
Lynde Alonzo V., 
Parker Francis E., " 
Plimpton Silas F., " 

Pond Benjamin, 
Randall Otis G., " 

luce George E., " 

Sharp Daniel, " 

Smyth W E. P., 
Thaver James B., " 

Washburn Alex. C, " 
Noyes Samuel B., Canton, 
Bennett Charles F., Dalton. 
Ladd Jonathan, Lowell. 
Richardson Wro. A., " 
Pitman R. C, New Bedford. 
Weils Sam'l, Northampton. 
Kinklaud Harvey, *' 
Field Jona. E., Stockbridge. 
Lynde A. Y., Stoneham. 
Goff Benjamin F., Ware. 
Leonard N. T., Westfield. 
Hill J. Henry, Worcester. 
Stoddard Elijah B., " 



COMMISSIONERS, 



Resident in ether States, -who have been appointed by the Governor of Massachusetts, 
to take testimony and depositions to be read in the Courts of Massachusetts ; also to 
administer Oaths, and to take the Acknowledgments of Deeds, Powers of Attorney, 
and all instruments under seal, to be recorded in said Commonwealth.. 



[Note. — The term for which these Commissioners hold their office is restricted to three 



yea) 



The dais of their appointment is given against each name.] 

ALABAMA* 



Mobile. Henrv Chamberlain, Mar. 3, 1857. 

«< George Conway. March 3. 1857. 

« Sidney T. Douglas, Mar. 23, 1857. 

l£ Theo. S. Moody, March 3, 1857. 
Mont' fmru, Jefferson . ! . J ickson, M,-.rch 

a. i.857. 
Tu . GGsa,V7m. Garrett, Mai h 3, 1S57. 
Tuskegee, Win. C. Mclvar, March 3, 1557. 





CALEFOB.NI 


A. 


Mary&vilU 
Nevada, S't 
SacranieiU' 


Eugene Pups 
c' hen H. f . ha 
.. \Via.G. Eng 


e, April 21, 1857 
•'. Api i! 21, '56 
lish, !" :b. 24/57 



Lawton 



Jr., June 1. '57. 



crier 

N : 1 



j -■ " ,. ixrri, Wra, I. 

Canterbury. Daniel Front, Jan. 24, 

Zforf/orrf. lii^h'd G. Drake, J in. 21, 

i* Wait N. II - ■'•" . 5e;»i. ?. 

Chas. J.HoadJeV, April 27, 

«< Dvri&ht W. Pardee,, J an. 2 

« Henry Perkins, J *n. 24, 1; 



« Win. W. Price, Feb 25,1856. 
San Francisco, Fred. Billing, Feb. 24/5.7. 
*• S itn'X C. !.--■'• ■-'. Feb. 24, '-37. 
«< N tth'l W. C hlctenden, " 
" Benj. B. Gore, Feb, 24, 1S57. 
•* Joseph Grant, Feb. 19, 1858. 
" Geo. T. Knox, Slay II, 1858, 
" Sam'l B. Mill*. JimeS), IS5S. 

Gee.W. Minns, Feb. 27. 1856. 

Joan Perrv, Jr., Feb 24, 1S>7. 

Nathan Porter, F< b. i". !S5S. 
" Lewis W. Sioat, Feb. 2 i . 18>7. 

Fred.LThibault, " 24, 135?. 



Hartford, Chas. T. Preston, Sept. 2, 1858. 
Erastus Smith, Jan. 24, 1857. 
Chas. Whittlesey, June 30, 1857. 
Middletmon, Jona. Barnes, Jan. 24, £857. 
New Haven, Lyman B. Munson. Ap.9, '57. 
" Era's Waylmd,Jr.,Nov. 3, '58. 

" Jas. M. Woodward, Ap. 13, '57. 

Norwich, Levi H. Goddard, Jan. 24, 1857. 
44 Ebenezer Learned, Jan. 24, '57- 
John T. Wait, Jan. 24, 1857. 
Yfatcrlury, Calvin II. Carter, Oct. 5, '-VS. 
Fred. J. Kingsbury, July 27, 
1S-57. 

DELAWARE. 

Wilmington, James T. Boies, Oct. 29, '56'. 
•• Wm. B. Wiggins. March 17, 

18o7. 



DIS' 

Washington-, 



tr.icr OF COLUMBIA. 

Chas. Everett, Nov. 24. '5.6. 
Anthony Hyde, Dec. 31, '55. 
Chas. DeSeldir.fr, Feb. 19, '57, 
Geo. C. Thomas, Dee. 29, '57, 



FLORIDA. 

Jacksonville, Geo. C. Gibbs. Feb. 15 7 1856. 
Pettsacola, Maximo P. dc Rioboo, Ap. 13, 
1S57, 

GEOTtGIA, 

Augusta, Frank H. Miller, Aoril 6, 1857. 
3/ u on, David Reid, March 19. 1857. ['57. 
MiUeugevUle, H. J. G. Williams, Mar. 19, 
Savannah, Wm. Crabtree, March 19, 1S57. 

" Alex'r. K. Law ton, Mar. 19, '57. 

« Robt, Raiford, Mar, 19, 1857- 



COMMISSIONERS. 



31 



Savatmahi Levi S. Russell, Mar. 10, IS-57. 
Geo. Schley. Mar. 19, 18-57. 
" Edward Wilson, Mar. 19, '57. 

TJiomasville, Jared Everitt, Jan. 26, 18-58. 

ILLINOIS. 
&ear<htoim, J- Henry Shaw, Dee. 29. -55. 
io, f. Romeyn'Beck, Mar. 3. '57. 
" H,W. Bishop, Jr., April 27, '58. 
" Samuel Guthrie, March 19, '58. 
'■ Chas. N. Holden, Mar. 3, '57. 
Phiiip A. Hovne, April 12, '58. 
« John W. Magill, Mai. 3, '57. 
" George I). Noyes, July 20, '58. 
San ford b. Pe'rrv, Mar.- 3, '57- 
" -Win. A. Porter, Mar. 3, '57. 
' ! Ephraim. Ward, Jr., Mar. 3, '57. 
Grcggsville, Marshall Avers, Mar. 3, '57. 
Quincy, David L. Ho-ugh, Mar. 3, '57- 
liockford, Horace W. Taylor, July 1, '53. 
Springfield, A. J. Higbee, Feb. 12, '5G. 

INDIANA. 
./iwrwa, Joseph Clark, Mar. 3, '57. 
Cm uelfon, Hamilton Smith, Mar. 3, '57. 
Fori Wayne, &lltsWorthington,Mar.3,'57. 
Greenfield, Al-non R. Meek, June 10, '53. 
Indianapolis, Wm. R. Strange, Mar. 3, '57. 
Win. Y. Wiley, Dec. 29, '57. 
Neta Albany, Randall Crawford, Mar. 3/57. 

" ' Wm. T. Otto, Mar. 3, '57. 
Richmond, Oliver Butler, Mar. 3, '57. 
South Bend, Wm. G. George, Mar. 3, '57. 
Vi/iceimes, Aimer T. Ellis, Mar. 3, '57. 



Burlington, John N. Baxter, Mar. 31, '56. 
Cvd/ir Rapids., Ellsworth >'. Bares, Feb. 

15, '56. 
Clinton*, Frank G. Noyes, Nov. 17, '56. 
14 John H. Sullivan, April 4. ^o. 
Council Bluffs. Dexter C. Bloomer. Mar. 

23,1857. 
Davenport, Win. Alien, Dec 2, '56. 

w •• Jas. W. Gui.-eau, July 15, '5S. 

James K. Mills, Dec. 2 '56. 
'fiubufiu, E. M. BIss< 11, Slur. 23, '57. 

A. II. Dillon, J-r , Dee. 21, '"k 
'* Herrrv 8 Jennings, .Mar. 28, ? 57. 
Fori Des Moines, Hoyt Sherman, Mar. 23. I 

%3 ~- • i 

Keokuk, Jos. II. M. Bertram, April 28, '57- I 
J. Lothrbp Rice, Sept. 7, '57. I 

Lyons, Willis L. Parker, July 23, '57. 
/; ' doom, Enoch W". Eastman, Mar.23/57. 
isioux City, Robert Means, April 1, '53. 

KANSAS. 

Burlington, Orvilie L. Ford. Oct. 29, '57. 
Lawrence, Edward Clark, Jan. 21, '57. 

Geo. W". (JoU -iinore, June 22/58. 
" diaries Robinson, Jan. 21, '57. 

Sumner, John J. I n galls, IN' o v. IS, '58 

John P. Wheeler, Oct. 29, 1857. 

KENTrcTvT. 

I** - ..' >*, Bcnj. F. Graves, March 3. '57- 
JL&uuviUe, James J. Dozier, March 3, '57- 

Joseph 15. Kinkead. Mar.3, '57. 

Chs. D. Pennabaker, Mar.3,*57. 

Chs. L.ThOmasson, June 30,57. 

tor i si as \. 
■ ' ' '- Ro pti ond Lcgrasi Apl 21/56. 
.V«a Orleans, J. W. An trews', Apl. 13, '57. 
Rieh'd Brennan, Frb,l5/5tf. 
Slyer M. Cohen, Feb. 6.; '57. 
James ii\ iham, Feb. 6, '•"•7. 
Chas. V. Jonte, Feb. 6. '57- 
Waiter H. Peters, Feb.6/57. 



New Orleans, Wm. Shannon, Feb. 6, '57. 
Shreveport, Leroy M. Nutt, April 21, '56. 

MAINE. 

Auburn, Nahum Morrill, June 29, '5S. 
Augu&ta, James L, Child, Jan. 31, '57. 

" Asaph R. Nichols, March 3, '57. 

Bangor, Joseph Carr, Sept. 7, '57. 

" Samuel P. Dinsmore, Jan. 21. '57. 
" John E. Godfrey, Jan. 24, '57. 
" George Kent, July 14 '57- ' 
Bath, John II. Kimball, Feb. 19. '57. 

" Frederick D. Sewall, Jan. 21, '57. 
Be'fosi, Isaac N. Felch, Jan. 21. '57. 
Brunswick, Wm.G. Barrows, Jan. -21, '57. 
Castbie. Charles J. Abbott, Jan. 21, '57- 
Bt'imariscotla, Ezra B. French, Dec. 26/55. 
East Livertnore, Francis F. Haines, March 

17, 'o6. 
East-port, Aaron Hayden, Jr. Jan. 21, '57. ! 
Gardiner, Daniel Nutting, July 14, '57. 
Gorham, John A, Waterman, Aug. 3, '53. 
Houlton, James C. Madigan, Jan. 21, 357- 
Kennebiink, Edward E. Bourne, Jr., Aoril 

6. '57. 
Lewiston, Horatio G. Cilley, April 21. 'oG. 
Machius, Chas. W. Porter' Feb. 21, '57. 
Nob 'thorough, John R. Coffin, Jan. 21, '57. 
North Berwick, Horatio G. Kerrick, Jan. 

21, 337. 
Orono, Nathaniel Wilson, Jan. 21, '57. 
Pelham, Moody Hobbs, Nov. 11, '58, 
Portland, Sarn'l J. Anderson, Jan. 21, '57. 
" Edward H. Davies, Jan 2jLj '57. 
;< Dan'l W. Fessenden, Jan.21/57- 
James O'Donnell, Feb, 19, '57- 
Henry Willis, July 25, '57. 
Saco, Joseph W. "belaud, Jan. 21, '57. 
Thomaston, David O'Brien, July 2S, '57. 
Winthrop, Samuel P. Benson, Jan. 21, "5". 
Wiscasset, Henry In galls, Jan. 21, '57. 

JiASYUND, 

Baltimore, Wm. M Addison, Feb. 13, '57. 

Henry W. Davis, May 4. '58. 
44 Wm. F. Frick, Feb. 13, '57. 

" Chas. Oilman, Feb. 13, '57. _ 

" James B. L; timer, Feb. 13, 3*7. 

jabea D. Pratt, Feb. 13, '57. 
" Dalrymple Williams, May 4/53. 

MICHIGAN. 

Ann Arbor, Samuel Grisson, Mar. 21, '57- 
Wm. S. Mayn8rd,Mar.21,'57. 
Detroit, Henry Chase, March 21, '57. 
PvAifus Hosmer, Mar. 21, '57. 
" Hobart Miller, Sept. 7, '58. 
" Henry R. Mizner, Mar. 21, '57- 
" Henry C. Sawyer, March 21, '57- 
Wm. "J. Spc-di March 21. '57. 
Charles J. Walter, March 21, '57. 
" "Who. J. Waterman, April 13, '57. 
" Eben N. Wilcex, March 21, '57- 
Grand Rapids, Thaddeus Fooce, Jr., April 

2, '57. 
■Jackson, Eugene Pringle, March 21. '57. 
Kalamazoo Dwight M;iy, March 21, "57- 
Lansing, Ephraim Longyear, Mar 21, '57. 
George T. Parsons. Mar. 21, "57- 
«<! Ei! win A.Thompson, Mar 2 1, '57. 
Laicson, Napoleon B. McKinnev, March 

21, '57, 
Marsha, , J hn C. Frink, March 21. '57- 
Mun ■■ , Id cott E. Wing, March 21. '57. 
Kiles, Charles Jew tt, March 21, '57. 
Pontiac, Joseph K. Bowman, Mar. 21, '57. 
" Charles Draper, March 21, '57 : ^ 
" Junius Ten Eyck, March 2;, '57« 
" Erastus Thatcher, March 21, '57. 
Ypsilanii, Frederick Morley, Mar, 21, '57- 



MASSACHUSETTS REGISTER. 



MINNESOTA. 

Anoha, Albert Woodbury, Nov. 38, 1857. 
Hastings, Archibald M. Hayes, Jan. 21. 56. 
Mankato, John E. Tourtellotte, Jan. 8, '58. 

John A. Willard, An. 13, |57. 
Minneapolis, Cyrus Aldrich, April 13, '57. 
" Geo. K. Woods, Ap. 13, '57. 

Red Wing, Otis F. Smith, April 28, '57. 
Shakopee, Henrv H. Williams, Ap. 13, '-37. 
St.Anthony, Ashley C. Morrill. July 1 1, '57. 
" Geo, A. Nourse, Nov. 17. '56. 

" Samuel Thacher, Jr., Mar. 5, 

18.56. 
St. PauFs, C. C. Andrews, Oct. 5, '58. 

MISSISSIPPI. 

Aberdeen, G. W. Copeiand, March 3, '57. 
Holly Springs, Geo. West, Mar. 3, "57. 
Jackson, Wm. R. Brown-, Aug". 31, '57. 
John D. Elliott, Mar. 3, 1857- 
Notches, R. W. Wood, March 3. 1857. 
Vicksburg, Francis N. Sceele, Mar. 3, '57. 
Yazoo, Robert B. Mayers, March 3. 18-37. 

msso'-ia. 
St. Louis, Robert. H. Buck, Oct. 5, '58. 

Wm. D. Sedio i k, Feb. 6, '57. 

Edward W. Shand; Feb. 6, '57. 

11 Chas. H. TiJlson, Feb. 6, 1857. 

NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

Chester, John S. Grown. Nov. 17, 185G. 
Concord, Wm. H. Bartiett, Jan. 21, 1857. 

•' Wm. E. Chandler, Dec. 26, '55. 

" John H. George, Jan. 2i, 1857. 

" Wm. F. Goodwin, Jan. 19, '56. 
Derry, Wm. Anderson. Jan. 21, 1S-57 
Doner, Chas. W. Woodman, Jan. 21, '57. 
Exeter, Horace C. Bacon, Jan, 21, 1 c--5 7 . 
G-ilmanion, Grsino A. J. Yaugh.su*, Feb. 

29, 1856. 
Keene, Francis A. Faulkner, M^v, 24, '57. 

" Chas. C. Webster, July 28, 1837. 
Manchester, David Cross, Jan. 21, 1&57- 

" Herman Foster, Jan. 21, '57- 

Nashville, Aaron P. Hughes,' Jan. 21, '57. 
New Ipswich, John Preston, Jan. 21, '57. 
Pelham, Moody Hobbs, Nov. 11. 1857 
Peterborough, V. iw'd S.-Cut« ..-. Sen 7, v. 7. 
Piaistow, \Vm H.Hi !*, Feb. 18. iS57. 
Portsmouth, William U. V. Hackett, Jan, 

21, 18-57. 
Portsmouth, Sam'l H. Goodali, Jan.21, '57. 
" Samuel Sto'rer, Jan. 21, '5". 

Winchester, Asahel H. Bennett, Jan. 2L, 

18-7. 
Woodstock, James Barrett, Jan. 21, 1S57. 

NEW" JEES'BY. 

Jersey City, Geo. W. Cassady, Jan. 21, '57. 
Newark, James F. Bond, Jane 22, 1858. 
Strtau S. Morrw, Jan.21, LS57. 
Paterson, Peregrine Sandiord, Jan. lii, '57. 
Trenton, Frederick Kingman, Jan. 21, '57- 



Jan. 



1 857, 



.Mar. --"'. ■', . 
Feb. *. LH.57. 



.4£W, Wm. B 

' 4 Joseph S. C 

" Robert J. i 

John Now!. 

John S Pe 

G. W. Smi! 

Brooklyn, Gordon I, 

i^tV. ii .:', i : '\- ;■'.' »] 

." Oh •. [i.1 h irns :, Fi b. 2 i 

Buffalo, Amos A. Blancnard, J 

" James 8. Gi s, Feb. 2 I, '58, 
«« Lorenzo 11. 11 iddoek.Jan. 28 
" N< Isota K. Llo] tin «, J i». 28, ' , 
" (I- orge D. N'oye , March 31, '56 
Fred. C. While, Feb. II, r 53, 



Ellicotiville, Anson Gibbs, Jan. 28, '57. 
i Hudson, James K. Van Ness, Jan. 28, '57- 
Lockport, Alfred IIolme3, July 2, '55. 
A'ftc l'or/i, Jos. N. Balestier, Jan. 21, '57. 
** John Bissell, Jan. 21, '57. 

■ Edwin F. Corey, Jan. 21. '57. 
Henry G. Ik-Forest, Jan.21,'57. 
" Francis [lowland, Jan. 21, '57- 

Sylvester Lay, Jan. 21, 1857. 
" Mosea B. Mac-lay, Jan. 21, '57. 

" Wash'n Murray, Jan. 21, '57- 

Joseph B. Nones, Jan. 21, '57. 
H. II. Porter, Aug. 3, \5S. 
" Wm. C. Russell, Jan. 21. '57. 

Daniel Seixas, Sept. % t '58. 
Ogdensbvrg, Jas. G. Hopkins, Jan. 28, '57. 
Rochester, Henrv A. Brewster, Jan. 28. '57. 
Geo. F. Danforth, April 13, '57. 
" Richard Penney, Nov. 11, '57. 

Syracuse, James L. Bagg, April 28, '57. 
Troy, Charles L. Aid en, July 14, 1857. 

OHIO. 

Cincinnati, A. H. Booking, July 14, 1857. 

" Sam. S. Carpenter. Ap. 13, '57. 

Ales'r. H.McGuffy, Jan. 27/58. 

14 Edw. R. Newhali, April 13, '57. 

" Jas. Parker, Jr., April 13, '57. 

Henry G. Perry, Jan. 16, '58. 

** Egbert A, Thompson, Feb. 19, 

1858. 

Cleveland, Daniel M. Porter, June 30, '57. 

" Wm. A. Ingham, Nov. IS, '58. 

" Jas. Wade, Jr., April 13, 1857. 

" Fred.T. Wallace, Jan, 30, '57. 

T^eSo, Charles S. Tarbax, April 13, 1857. 

PENNSYLVANIA. 
Philadelphia, David B. Birney, May 15, 
1857. [1857. 

Philadelphia, Arthur M. Burton, Jan. 21, 

[18-57. 
*' lldwin T. Chase, Jan. 21, 

John H. Frick, Ap. 2. 1857. 
" Benj. Gerhard, Jan. 21, '57. 

Morton P. Henry. Jan. 21, 
1857. 
Philadelphia. Jas. W. Paul, Jan. 21, 1857. 
•' Wm. R, Wister, Jan. 21, '57- 

4i WintkrOp Sargent, Jan. 21, 

1857. 
Philadelphia, Joshua Spering,- April 3 3. 
1857. 

RHODK ISLAND. 

Fall River, Wm, C, Greene, Jan. 6, 1857- 
New-port, Wm. Gilpin, Feb. 21, 1857. 
Pr&vidence, Wingate Hayes, April 2, 1857. 
Fras. E. Hoppin, Jan. 24, '57- 

" Henry Martin, Feb. 12, 1S57. 

•'' Joseph S. Pitman, Mar.24, '57. 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 

Charleston, Henrv H. Baker, Mar. 8, '57. 
Thos.'F. Capers, Mar. 3, *57. 
| ; * Geo. W. Eggleston, Mar. 3, 

1857. 
i Charleston, Wm. S. G^asden, Mar. 3, '57. 
Sam'l J. Hull, Mar. 3, 1857. 
C. B. Northrup, Mar. 3, '57. 
Lewis F. Robinson, Mar. 3, 
1857- 
j Charleston, Francis L. Roux, Mar. 3, '57. 
" Moses F. Stacey, Dee, 21, 'o5. 

7. | TEXAS, 

7. j Galveston, Alfred T. James, Apl. 13, 1857. 
" Robert I). Johnson, Feb. 6, '57. 

Houston, Augustus C. Dawes, June 2, '57. 
7. I Matagorda, i>. F. E. Braman, Jan. 31. '58. 
. • . *, 1 hos. C. Stevens, Nov. 18, '57. 
San A ntonio, Sam*l G. Newton, Dec. 29, 
18-37. 



COMMISSIONERS, ETC. 



39 



. VERMONT. 
Btlloics Fulls, Henry E. Stoughton, May 

21, 135 7. 
Brandon, Anson A. Nicholson, Jan.21,'57. 
Rratil<:bdrou>/h, Goo. Hovt-e, Jan. 2!., h 57« 
UurliTujion^Yxa. G, Shaw, Mar. 12, 18-58. 
"" Edw'd It. Stansbury, Jan. 21, 

1857. 
Hyde Park. John A. Childs, Jan. 21, '57. 
Matu: /tester, Klias B. Burton, Jan. 28, '-37. 
Rutland, Chas* L, Williams, Jan. 21, '57. 
>7. AUiiins, Gec.F. Houghton, Jan. 21, '57. 
Windsor,, Warren Currier, Jan. 21, 1857. 
Woodstock, Jair.es Barrett, Jan.. 21, '57. 

VIRGINIA. 

Norfolk, Harrison Robertson, Feb. 25, '57. 

Richmond, Samuel T. Bayley^ Feb. 25, '57. 
*' Edward Y. Cannon, Apl. 9, '57 

*« Abel U. Mayo, Feb. 25, 1857. 

WISCONSIN. 

Appleton, Fred'k Packard, Mar. 2S, 1S57. 
Beloit, George F. Choate, April 14, 1856. 
Jje Sato, James Osgood, Feb. 28, 1856. 
fountain City, Alex. Nuggett, Feb, 24, 

1857. 
Green Hay, James S. Baker, Apl. 12, '56. 



Janes ville, Henry K. Whiton, Mar. 28/57. 
Jefferson, John E. Holmes, Mar. 28, 1857. 
Kenosha, Smith It. Phillips, Feb. 12, '53. 
Madison, Geo. E. Bryant, June 30, 1857. 
u Frank K. Firman, Feb. 16, '5G. 
" • Wm. P. Harding, Mar. 13, 1S58. 
11 Wm. A. Hayes, Nov. 3, 1S58. 
John W. Hunt, Feb. 7, '56. 
Milwaukie, John B. D. Cogswell Jan. 15, 

185S. 
Milwaukie, James B. Cross, Mar. 28, '57. 
" John S. Fillmore, July 14, '57. 

" J. Thompson Hallctt, Sep, 16, 

1857. 
Milu-aukie, L. W. Kennedy, July 2, 1856. 
Benj. Newhall, Mar. 28, 1857. 
" John C. Starkweather, March 

23, 1857- - [1857. 

Milwaukie, Ellis "Worthington, March 28.. 
Wm, II. Wright, Apl.. 13, '57- 
Mineral Point. Arnasa Cobb, Mar. 28, '57. 
Oshkosh, Daniel Tyler, June 30. 1857. 
Prescctt, Oliver Gi'bbs, Jan. 6, 1858. 

Geo. Harvey Snell, Mar. 24, '57. 
I Racine, Horace N. Chapman, Mar. 28, '57. 
| Sheboygan, John 0. Thayer, Sep. 2, 1358. 



COMMISSIONERS, ETC. 



Bank Commissioners. 
Joseph White, of Lowell; Samuel 
H. Valley, of Koxbury ; J. Frederick j 
Marsh, of Boston. 

Insurance Commissioner*, 
George W. Sargent, of Lawrence ; 
Elizur Wright, of Boston. Salary, 
$1500 each. 

Commissioners of Pilots. 
Office 41 State street, Boston. 
Caleb Curtis, of Boston; John L. 
Swift, of Koxbury ; Robert B. Forbes, 
of Milton. 

Commissioners on Boston Bach Bay. 
[Resolve 79, 1852.] 
Edward C. Purdy, of Scmerville ; 
Franklin Haven, Chas. Hale, of Boston. 

Concerning Alien Passengers and 
Foreign Paupers. 
The State Auditor (Charles White), 
and the Superintendent of Alien Pas- 
sertgers-i-n Boston (Edward Hamilton), 
•' '-' ." -. and Henry B. Wheelwright, 
of Taunton. 

Office of Superintendent of Alien 
Pa&seugers, 59 Long wharf, Boston. 
Salary, $2000. 

For Preservation of Cape Cod Harbor. 
[Resolve 84, 1857.] 
•John K< nrick, of Orleans; Mar- 
fan Cnd cwood, o r Dennis ; David 
Biiwley, oi Barnstable; William P. 
Par rott, of Boston. 



On Charles River Railroad Extension. 
[Chap. 105, 1855.] 
Milton M. Fisher, of Medway. 

Examination of Accounts of Provi- 
dence and Worcester Railroad* 

[Chap. 89, 184.4.1 

Putnam W. Taft, of Worcester. 

Filling up of Mystic River Fiats. 

[Chap. 481, 1855.] • 

Benjamin W. Williams, cf Boston. 

Extension of Albany street. 

[Chap. 73, 1855.] 

Charles A. Phelps, 

Concerning Sinking Fund of the Nor- 
wich and Worcester Railroad Co, 

[Chap. 287, 1854.] 

Emory "Washburn, Cambridge. . 

Providence and Bristol Railroad Co. 

[Chap. 245, 1851.] 

John C Pratt, of West Roxbury. 

Agent Charles River and Warren 
Bndges. 

[Chap. 451, 1854.] 

Philander Ames, of Charlestown' 
Agent Essex Bridge. 
[Chap. 108, 1858.] 
James Kimball, of Salem. 



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MASSACHUSETTS REGISTER. 



BARNSTABLE COUNTY. 



INCORPORATED JUNE 2, 1685. 
NOMBEB OF T0WXS, 13. 



Shire Town, Barnstable. 

Population usf 1855, 35,877. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Judge of Prolate and Insolvency, Joseph M. Day, - 
Register of Probate antj. Insolvency, Jonctrhrtn Hijzgins, 



Clerk of the Courts, 
Register of Deeds, 
County Treasurer, 



Overseers of House of 

Correction, 

Sheriff, - .- 

Deputy Sfeertffs, 

Barnstable, lumber Hinckley, David 
Bursty, Theodore F. Bassett 
Brewster, S. Ciark. 
Dennis, Isaiah Niekerson, Jr. 
Falmouth, Crocker H. Bear ?. 
Harwich, Zrb'm&h 11. Godfrey. 
Orferms., Alexander K^nriek. 
Provincetown, Robert Knowles. 
Sand/rich, Ezra T. Pope. 
Wdip'et, Lot lldi. 
Yannoui/i, Edward Tnach< r. 

Crier of Court. 
Barnstable, George Btish. 

Jailers. 
Barnstable, George it. WhcMen. 
ProvihceUiwn, Mark G. Smith. 

Sessions of Probate C<~<nrt. 
At Barnstab r e,on the 2d Tuesdays, 
of January, Ft- bruary, March, Anqust, 



Frederick W. Croikei 
Frederick Scudder, 
Obed Baker, 2d, 
( Lothrop Davis, - 
-< Charles C. Bearse, 
( Cbas. Bursley, - 
Charles C. Bearse, 



Barnstable. 

Orltans. 
Barnstable. 
Barnstable. 

Dennis. 
Barnstable. 
Barnstable, 
Barnstable. 
Cvtvit Port. 



At Truro, on the Thursday next 
after the 3d Monday of April. 

At Wellfieet, on the Wednesday 
next after the last Monday of October. 

County Commissioners. 

Edward W. Ewer, Sandwich ; James 
Giffurd, Provincetown ; Joseph H. 
j Sear-, Brewster. 

Sp >-ci'il Co m m iss loners, C y r u s 1 V e eks , 
Harwich ; Nathaniel Snow, Chatham. 

Times of Meeting. — At Barnstable, 
on the 2d Tuesday of April, and 2d 
Tuesday of October. 

Ccmrcissioners of Wrecks. 

Barnstable, Benj ATlstrum, Thomas 

Harris. 

Chatham, Josiah Hardy, Jr., 
Eastham, Abijah Mayo, Myrick C. 

Horiqn. 



Sep-» niber and December, 'and on the j Falmouth, Sylvester Bourne, Reu- 

3d Tuei-days of May and June. j ben E. Swift. 

At Brewster, on the Tuesday next j Rancid, Anthony Kelly, 

after (he 3d Monday of April. Orleans, Daniel Coming?, George 

At Dennis, on the Thursday next j W. Comings, 

after the second Tuesday in October. ■ Provincetown, Isaiah Giflord, God- 

At Fa/movth, or, the Wednesday, frey Ryder, 

next after the '2d Tuesday of Novetu- j Sandwich, Azariah Wing, 

ber. Truro, Thomas Cobb, Reuben R. 

At Harwich^ on the 3d Monday of ., j Hopkins, Joseph Rich, Asa Sellew, 

April, and on the last Monday of Oc- j Thomas F. Small. 

toner. * j Wellfieet, Win. Cleverly, Isaiah 

A? Orleans, on the Wednesday next ' Hatch, Robert H. Holbrook, Thomas 

after the 3 1 Monday of April, and on . Holbrook, John Nawcomb, Mullbrd 



e but Men- : Rich. 



the Tuesdav next nti 
day of October. 

At frQvincetGwn; on the Friday J 
nex' after the 3d Monday of April, 
and on the Thursday next after the { 
Jast M -ft'day of October. 

Ar Sandwich! on the 2d Tuesday of 
Nov cm ber. 



Commissioners of Insolvency. 

Barnstable, Nymphas Marston, 
Brewster, Jeremiah Mayo. 

Public Administrator. 
'Truro. Solomon Davis. 



BARNSTABLE COUNTY. 



41 



Commissioners under Personal 
Liberty Act. 

Barnstable, Nath'l Hinckley. 
Wtlijteet, John W. Davis. 

Commissioners to Qualify Civil 
Officers. 

Barnstable, Ebenezer Bacon, Fred- 
crick W. Crocker, Lothrop Davis, 
George Marston, Nymphas Marston, 
Kufus S. Pope. 

Brewster, George Copeland, Wins- 
low L. Knowies, Jeremiah Mayo. 

Dennis, Obed Baker. 2d, James 
Berry, Benj. Thacher, 

Falmouth, Samuel P. Bourne, Fred. 
Davis, Win. Nye, Jr. 

Harwich, Anthony Kelley. 

Sandwich, Elisha Pope, E. Stowell 
Whittemore. 

Truro, Solomon Davis. 

I ' '• Ifieet, Simeon Atwood, Jr., Tbos. 
Holbrd^k. 

Justices of the Peace. 

[Including JvsticeB of the Peace cnul Quorum, de- 
rVb \ud b>i-the rfnr* and Justices of the Peace and 
t onun throughout the Commonwealth, designated by 

Bmmtahle, Jobn Aiken, Joseph Afc- 
water, * Ebenezer Bacon, Zenas D. 
Basset!, Sylvester Baxter, Charles C. 
B< irse, Charles H. Bur-ley, David 
Burnley, Frederick \V. ("rocker, Wal- 
ter Crocker, * Lothrop Davis, * Jo- 
seph M. Day, Seth Halletc. Nathaniel 
Hinckley, Seth P. Holway, Ferdinand j 
G. Kelley, George Lov-ell, James N. 
I.^-vel;, Freeman M-srchant, * George 



Collins, Barnabas Freeman, Elijah E 



R* 



Nickerson, Jr. 



r 



v 



nph is 



is. M irst< 

':. Frederick Parker, Sylvanus 

B, Poinney, Rufus S. Pope, Josiah 

S ktbpson, Frederick Seudder, Jobn P. 

W tshbura, Ephraim N. Winsiow, Asa 

\ Qima. 

Bn tester, * George Copeland, Solo- 
mon Freeman, Daniel Mayo, Jere- 
laiah Mayo, Anthony Smalley. 

( tathftn. Nathan P. Brownell, 

I ' j th \Y\ Carpenter, Samuel Doane, 

I E bridge, Jr., Josiah IMayo, Josh. 

•-'■ "'On, Warren Rogers, Thacher 

H)d*T, Nathaniel Snow, Ephraim Tay- 

I m&ph Young. 

•■-. William E. Ansell, Isaiah 
Baker, Joseph K. Baker, Jr., Obed 
il*k*»r, 2 i, * James Berry, Jas Chase, 
Jr., Xehtniiati Croweli, Seth Crowell, 
■' ph. Hd LS pphen Homer, Joshua C, 
■ • ■■ e5, i > : iid Howes, Zeblwa Howes, 
; ■• N*i kersoi . Jr., •' >n tthan Niuk- 
■ -- n.- Miller W.Nickerson, Varamus 
^- N-ker-on, Alfred Swift, Benjamin 

w*r, Marshall S. Under wood, Scol- | 
■; ■ Usher, Joshua Wixon. 
"EmiAam, Myrick Clark, Michael 



Falmouth, Samuel P. Bourne, Syl- 
vester Bourne, Alexander Clark, 
^Frederick Davis, Nymphas Davis, 
George VV. Donaldson, Erasmus Gould, 
William Green, *John Jerkins, Jobn 
G. Jones, John C. Parker, George W. 
Swift, Oliver C. Swift, Dean Winsiow, 
Richard S. Wood. 

Harwich, Isaiah Baker. Obed Brook?, 
James Chase, Ephraim Doane, Valen- 
tine Doane, Jr., Samuel Eldrt<ijie, 
Isaac Kelley, Shubael B. Keiley, Ame- 
rica Nickerson, Joseph P. NiekersoD, 
James S. Paine, Danforih S. Steele, 
Nathan Underwood, Cyrus Weeks. 

Orleans, *John Doane, Nathaniel 
Freeman, Jonathan Higgins, Alfred 
Ker.rick, jJohn Kenrick, William P. 
Myrick. 

Provincetown, Albion S. Dudley, 
James Gilford, Simeon S. Gifford, 
Godfrey Ryder. 

Sandwich, Benjamin Bourne, Si- 
meon Dillingham, Edward W. Ewer, 
Charles B. Hall, Zenas R. Hinckley, 
Solomon C. Rowland, Zenas Nye, 
Howard Perry, Elisha Pope, *E. 
StO-well Whittemore. 

Truro, f Solomon Davis. Samuel 
Dyer, Allen Hinckley, Daniel Paine, 
Jedediah Shedd. 

Welljleet, Reuben Arey, Simeon 
Atwood, Jr., Collins S. Cole, John W. 
Davis. Ebenezer Fre.--in.in. Thomas 
Hob-rook, Caleb Lombard, John New- 
comb. 

Yarmouth, Micajah C. Baker, Alex- 
ander Baxter, James B. Crocker, 
Theodore Drew, David G. Eldredge, 
Geo. A. King, John Larkin, Amos 
Otis, Charles F. Swift, Elisha Taylor, 
Charles Thacher. 

Trial Justices. 
Barnstable, Nathaniel Hinckley. 
Dennis, Joseph K. Baker, Jr. 
Eastham, Elijah E. Knowies. 
Falmouth, George W. Donaldson. 
Harwich^ Cyrus Weeks. 
Provincetown, Albion S. Dudley. 
Sandwich, Edward \V. Ewer. 
Wcfrf!eet,John W, Davis. 
Yarmouth, James B. Crocker. 

Notaries Public. 

Barnstable, Zenas D. Bassett, Syl- 
vester Baxter, George Lovell, George 
" : :on. 

Breicster, Freeman Foster. 

Chatham. Elijah W. Carpenter, Isa- 
iah Lewis, Thacher Ryder, 

Dennis, Win. E. Ansell. 

Eastham, Michael Collins, Elijah E. 
Knowies. 



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MASSACHUSETTS REGISTER 



Falmouth, Knowles Butler, Freder- 
ick Davis, John C. Parker, Reuben E. 
Swift. 

Harwich. Anthony Kelley, Wra. IT. 
Underwood, Cyrus Weeks. 

Orleans, John Ken rick. 

Provincetown, Thos. Hiliiard, Thos. 
Lothrop, Godfrey Ryder. 

Sandwich, Charles Southnck. 

Truro, Solomon Davis. 

Wellfleet, Thomas Holbrook. 

Yarmouth, Jaraes B. Crocker. 

Coroners. 

BamslaMe, David Bursley. Setb 
Hallett, Luther Hinckley, Asa Young. 



Chatham, Chag. II. Smith. 

JBastkam, Joshua Cole. 

Falmouth, George W. Donaldson, 
Tbomas Lewis. 

Harwich, Amasa Niekt-rson, James 
Chase* 

Prooincetown, Philip Cook. 

Sandwich, Isaac K. Chipman. 

Truro, Dan it I Paine. 

Wellfleet, Thomas Holbrook. 

Treasurer Marshpee and Herrins 
Pond. Indian3. 

Charle3 Marston, Barnstahle. 

Agent Province Land3. 

John Nickerson, Provincetown, 



BERKSHIRE COUNTY. 



In*coepop.atei> April 21, 1761. Shire Town, Lenox, 

Number of Towns, 32. Population in 1855, 52,791. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Judge of Probate and Insolvency!, Daniel N- Dewey, - - WHUamslown. 

Register of Probate and Insolvency, Andrew J. Waterman, - - Lenox. 

Clerk of the Courts, - - - Henry W. Taft, - - - - Lenox. 

Register of Deeds, North District, Richard Whitney, - - Lanesborough. 

Register of Deeds, Middle District, Major S. Wilson, - Lenox. 

Register of Deeds, South District, Isaac Seeley, - - Gt. Barrington. 

County Treasurer, - George J. Tucker, - Lenox. 

r Henry W. Taft, - Lenox. 

n, ) George J. Tucker, ~ - - Lenox, 

( Graham A. Root, - - - Sheffield. 

Graham A Root, - - Sheffield. 

Deputy ShsriiT in Franklin County. 



Overseer:-; of Howe of Com 

Sheriff 



Deputy Sheriffs. 

Adams, Win. G. Farnsworth. 
Adams (Worth), William Hodskin, 
John Holden, Jo iah Q. Robinson, 2d. 
Dalian, Samuel I. Parker. 
Egremon*, Ezra WinehelL 
Great Barrington^ Harvey Holmes. 
Hinsdale, J. 51. Tattle. 
Lanesbtrro^g 7 ', J, W. Newton. 
Lee, A. II. Pease. 
Lenox, Phineas Cone. 
Monterey, Joha G. M-atisur. 
New Marlboro', Henry N. Adams. 
Pittsfield, Sidney Jones. 
Sandi<fitid. W. W. Langdon. 
Sheffield, John Crosby, Jr.. Geo. B. 
Cook. 

West $ ockbridge, George 11 Cobb. 

WiUiamsiuwn, John R. Bulkley. 

Windsor, Daniel Capen. 

Deputy S a or i ft" in Hampden County. 



Charkmmi, Samuel Potter. 

Crier of Courts. 

Lenox, George Wells. 

Jailer. 
Lenox, Phineas Cone. 

Sessions of Probate Courts. 

At Adams, on the "Wednesdays nest 
after the 2d Tuesdays of January and 
October, and Wednesday next after 
4th Tuesdays in April and July. 

At Great Barrington, on the Wed- 
nesdays next after the first Tuesdays 
iii February and May, on Wednesday 
; next after the third Tuesday in July 
| and on Wednesday next after the 
second Tuesday in November. 

At Lanesborough, on the 2d Tues- 

da) S in January and October, and 4th 

1 Tuesday in April, and the 4th Tues- 



Chesier Factories, Chas. W. Knox. | day in July. 



BERKSHIRE COUNTY. 



43 



At Lenox, on the 1st Tuesday of 
January, February, March, April, 
M ay, June, September, October, and 
December, and on the 3d Tuesday of 
July, and on the 2d Tuesdays of Nov. 

Sessions of Courts of Insolvency. 
At Lenox, on the first Wednesday 
of every month. 

County Commissioners. 

Daniel Upton, South Adams; Milo 
Stowell, Pert;; James II. Rowley, 
Egremont. 

Special Commissioners, Alvah B. 
Fairfield, Florida. One vacancy. 

Times of Meetings. — At Lenox, on 
the 1st Tuesdays in January, April, 
July and September. 

Commissioners of Insolvency. 
Hinsdale, Albertus Richards. 
Dalian, Almond C. Morse. 
Great Harrington, John Price. 

Public Administrator. 
Siodkhridge, William Whitney. 

"Masters in Chancery. 
Adams, Henry J. Bliss. 
Great Barring-ton, Billings Palmer. 
Lcc, Lester Filley. 

Commissioners under Personal 
Liberty Act. 

Great Barring ton, Billings Palmer. 
Pif'sjieid, Julius Rockwell. 

Commissioners to Qualify Civil 

Officers. 

Mean*, (Nortli), Wm. E. Brayton, 
Jarvis N. Dunham, Benjamin F. Rob- 
inson ; (South), Edwin F. Jenks. 

Dallon, Zenas M. Crane, Grenville 
D. Weston. 

Grec Barrington, Increase Sumner, 
Ralph Taylor, Billings Palmer. 

Lanesboro\ Stoddard Hubbell. 

Lenox, Henry W. Taft, George J. 
Tucker, Wm. S. Tucker. 

New Marlboro', Noah Gibson. 
^ Pittsjield, Geo. N. Briggs, Ezekiel 
B- Colt, Calvin Martin. 

Skeffield, Edward F. Ensign. 

Stockbridge, 'Henry J. Dunham, 
Charles M.'Owen. 

WUliamstown, Daniel N. Dewey, 
Henry L. Sabin. 



Justices of the Peace. 



- ■ ■- 



Quartan, dcstQ 
t the Common 



Adams, Samuel II. A! my, Henry J. 
Btiss, Levi L, Brown, Almond B. Cole, 
Hir„m T. Crahdall, Isaac Dean, 
Stowdl E. Deane, Daniel Danham, 
»««• N. Dunham, Wm. G. Farns- 



worth, *Daniel Jenks, fEdwin F. 
Jenks, Chas. Mawh, fWm. C. Plan- 
kett, David Richmond, H. Tyler, Wm. 
1L Tyler, 2d, D. Upton. 

Adnms (Xorih), Oliver Arnold, 
Joel Bacon, Wm. S. Blackin'on, Shu- 
bael W. Brayton, Thos. A. Brayton, 
Wm. E. Brayton, f Henry L. Dawes, 
Elihu S. Hawkes, Nehemiah Hodge, 
*isaac Holman, Chas. R Littlefield, 
George W. Nottingham, *H. P. Phil- 
lips. Wm. P. Porter, *Andrew A. 
Richmond, *Benj. F. Robinson, Jas. 
T. Robinson, Thos. Robinson, Franklin 
O. Sayles, Shepard Thayer, Abel 
Wetherbee, *Ezra D. Whi taker. 

Alford, Wm. R. Calkins, Reuben C. 
Fitch, jEzra C. Ticknor. 

Becket, Kendall Baird, Gaius Carter, 
Mark P. Carter, Wm. S. Huntington, 
Charles O. Perkins, John Smith, Tim- 
othy Snow. 

Cheshire, A. M. Bowker, Stephen 
Chapman, John C. Wolcott, Edgar M. 
Wood. 

Clarksburg, Waterman Brown, Sa- 
lah Clark, Eleazer Ketchum, Richard 
Sbattuck. 

Bolton, Chas, F. Bennett, Grove 
W. Branch, Alpheus Brown, John C. 
Chase, William K. Cleveland, Zenas 
M. Crane, Henry Ferre, Almond C. 
Morse, Franklin Weston, Grenville D. 
Weston, 

Egremont, Nathan Benjamin, Abner 
Brown, R. P. Brown, Henry E. Cod- 
ding, John M. Joyner, *James H. 
Rowley, Wm, W. Stillman, Chas. L. 
Wright. 

Florida, Nahum P. Brown, Alvah 
B. Fairfield, Bernard N. Farren, Israel 
Whltcomb. 

Great Barrington, Phineas Chapin, 
Julius Dresser, A. Giddings, Rodney 
Hill, Seth Norton, Billings Palmer 
John Price, Calvin Rood, Isaac Seeley 
-Increase Sumner, Samuel B. Sumner, 
*Kalph Taylor, Francis Whiting, 
Edward P. Woodworth. 

Hancock, Calvin P. Lapham, Jason 
White. 

Hinsdale, Theo. Barrows, Chas. J. 
Kittredge, Albertus Richards, Jarvis 
Rockwell, C. K. Tracy. 

Laneshorotigh, Wm. T. Filley, Wm. 
A. Fuller, Stoddard Hubbell, Henry 
Mead, Richard Whitney. 

Lee, Hubbard Bartiett, Lewis Beech. ■ 
Caleb Beiden, John Branninpr, Jbna. 
F. Cook, *Lester Filley, William T. 
Fish, Harrison Garfield, William P- 
Hamblm, Albert M. Howk, Alexander 
Hyde, Frederick N. Lowrv. John 
Nye, Geo. H. Phelps, Henry Smith, 
Marshall Wilcox. 



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MASSACHUSETTS REGISTER. 



Lenox, f Henry W. Bishop, So'nmon 
Cole, James Collios, Thos. Sedgwick, 
Henry W. Taft, *George J. Tucker, 
♦Win S- Tucker, Andrew J. Water- 
man. Major S. Wilson. 

Monterey, John D. Bidwell, *Egbert 
B. Garfield, Wilbur C. Langdon, Juhn 
Wheeler. 

Mount Washington, Beta N. dark. 
New Ashford, P. Harmon, Eiihu In- 
g rah a in. 

New Marlborough, Edwin Adams, 
Jarvis N. Collar, fNoah Gibson, 
Nehemith Palmer, Lev? L. Smith, 
Loreq Smith, Augustus Turner, Har- 
low S. Underwood, Therou Warner, 
Ellas Wright. 

O f is, Alansoo Crittenden, Elam P. 
Norton, Henry W '. Porter. Norman 
Strickland. 

Peru, Ebenezer Haskell, *Milo 
Stowell. 

Pitlftfield, Robert W. Adam, Jona- 
than Allen, *Phlpeas Allen, Phineaa 
Alien, Jr., Thos. G. Atwood. John 0. 
Barker, Levi Beehe, Samuel W. Bow- 
erman, jGeorije N. Brigg«, Henry S. 
Briggs, Chas. Bush, Benj'. Chicker- 
ing, f Henry H. Child*, Samuel A. 
Cuurchiii, Richard C. Cogswell, *Eze- 
kiel R. Coir, Henry Coir, Jam^s D. 
Coir, f Thomas Colt, Wm. B. Cooley, 
f Benj. K. Curtis, James 11. Dunham, 
Lorenzo H. Gain w : - 11, John C. Good- 
ridge, Samuel E. Howe, fHenry Hub- 
bard, Jared Ingersoll, Norman L. 
Johnson, Sidney Jones, fEnsi^n H. 
Kello.-g, Waher Latin, M.mdas R. 
Lanekxon. *Cal4a Martin, fEdward 

A. Newton, John S. Noble, I'hineas 
L. Page, Theodore Pomeroy, Andrew 
Potter, *Tbos. F. Plunkeit, Win. 11. 
Piurikett, fJulius Rockwell, W< sleyL. 
Sbepardson, Jos. E. A. Smith, So- 
crates Squire, Daniel Stearns, *Tbos. 

B. Strong, J >hn A. Walker, Abel 
West, John C West, George S. Wdiis. 

Richmond, Wm. Bacon. Henry B. 
Stevens, Eleaz**r Williams. 

Sandisfield, Ensign D. Belden, An- 
delotia Crittenden, Abijah Hall, Ed- 
ward A. Langdon, Washington Mel- 
ien, Jos. H. Norton, Sam. C. Parson-?, 
Wm. II. Parsons, Henry M. Sears, 
Joshua M. Sears, L. &. Strickland, 
Edward C. Wolcott 

Savoy, CbarlfS Bowker, Bridish 
Dunham, Geo. W. Sherman, Harmon 
Snow, liobert Stan Lev int, J ? * 

Sheffield, Emmons AraoUi, Junes 
Bradford, Sheldon Cbapiri, Ira Curtis3, 
"Wm. Dailey, Elijah S. Derails, *Edw. 
E. Ensign, Henry il. Hoa'Jey, Gdea 
Kellogg, Oliver Peck, J. Scpvill, Gil- 



bert Smith, Tillingha3t B. Strong, 
Leonard Tuttle. 

Slockbridge. Philip Barnes, Henry 
J. Dunham, ^Jonathan E. Field, *Jno. 
Z. Goodrich. Jabcz Lane, Charles M. 
Owen, Marshall Warner. 

Tyringham, Solomon Garfield, Eli 
G. Hale, J. W. Sweet. 

Washington, John G. Cross, Philip 
Eames. 

West Slockbridge, Lyman Bristol, 
Henry E. Fitoh,Christopher C. French, 
Georj/e G. Fn-ket, George W. Kuiffin. 

Williamslown, John M. Cole, Keyes 
Danforch, Daniel Dewey, fDaniel N. 
Dewey, James X. Ehlri-dge, Asahel 
Foote, Franklin E. Foster, Stephen 
Host'ord, Isaac Latham, Neweomb 
Love, Benjamin F. Mid-, Thomas C. 
Phtlps, * Henry L. Sabiri, Augustus 
Starkweather, Wdliam Torrey. 

Windsor, Edison Axtell, Andrew J. 
Babbitt, Salmon Capen, Norman 
Miner, Reuben Pierce, Pkilo Wright. 

Trial Justices. 

BecJcet, Wm. S. Huntington. 
Gt. Barrington, Billings Palmer. 
Hinsdale, Charles J. Kittredge. 
Lenox, Wm. S. Tucker. 
Savoy, Harmon Snow. 
Sheffield, Edward F. Ensign. 
StockbridyC, Henry J. Dunham. 

Notaries Public. 

Adams (North), Henry J. Bliss, 
Won. P. Brayton, Win. Martin, Geo. 
Mil'ard. (South'), Franklin O.SaUes. 

Great Barrington^ Seth Norton, 
Is-iac Seeley, Biiiings Palmer, Thus. 
Twining. 

Lanesborough, Wm. T. Filley. 

Lee, Marshall Wilcox, Wm, Taylor. 

Lenox, Henry \\ . Taff. 

PiUsfield, James Buel, James D. 
Coir. 

Slockbridge, Daniel R. Williams, 
Jona. E. Field. 

West Slockbridge, Henry E. Filch. 

Coroners. 

Adams, N. S. Babbitt, John Holden, 
Isaac Hoi man, Horace M. Holmes, 
Benjamin F. Robinson. 

Dalion, Saml. J. Patker. 

Great Barrington, Harvey Holmes. 

LanesbiH'oni h, Samuel Bliss. 

Z*ee,Abial 11. Pease, Edwin Sturgis. 

PiUsfield, Jared Ingerso I. 

Sandisfield, Krastus Rice. 

Slockbridge, Daniel B. Fenn, Thos. 
Welis. 

Williamstomn. J. II. Bulkley. 



BRISTOL COUNTY, 



4D 



BRISTOL COUNTY, 



Incorporated June 2, 168( 
Scmber of Towns, 19. 



County Towns, Taunton and INew 
Bedford. 

Population in 1855, 87,425. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 



Judge of Prolate and Insolvency, Edmund H. Bennei, 



/' fjitler of ~ Probate " " 

Clerk of Courts, - 
register of Deeds (N. District) 
Register of Deed* (S. District), 
County Treasurer, 



John Dausrett, 
John S. Bray ton, - 
Joseph Wilbar, 
Benj. K. Saver, 
Geo. 3VL Woodward, 

c John Baylies, 
Overseers of House of Correction , < Joseph W. Capron, 

( Azariah Shove, 
Geo. H. Babbitt, - 



Deouty Sheriffs. 

Aid. thorough. Elijah R. Read, James 
W. Riley. 

Dartmouth, Wm. Barker, Jr. 

Easton, Augustus W. Lothrop. 

Fall River, James Wixon. 

Fairhaven, Asa H. Pease. 

Freetown, Guilford Hathaway. 

Mansfield, Conrad S prater. 

New Bedford, John Baylies, Chap. 
P. Burt, George P-. Hurlbut, Elias A. 
Morse. 

Seekonlt, Joshua Lothrop, Jr. 

Somerset, Geo. F. M. Forrester. 

Sicanzeif, James Barney: 

Taunton, Isaac G. Carrier, Henry 
F. Cot.h, Orrea M. Ingalls, Sylvester 
Makepeace. 

Crier of Courts. 
Taunton ; Henry F. Cobb. 

Jailers. 
Ba.io G. Carrier, Taunton; Eiias 
A. Morse, New Bedford. 

Sessions of Probate Courts. 

At Ankh&rOugJi, on the first Tues- 
day of May. 

At Fall River, on the first Friday af- 
ter the first Tuesday of April, July. 
and October. 

At ;\>w Bedford, on the first Tues- 
day of February and December, and 
the first Friday alter the iirst Tuesday 
<£ May, and on the last Tuesday of 
Angusr. 

At Norton, on the first Tuesday of 
July, 



la union. 
Atdeborough. 

Taunton. 

Taunton. 
New Bedford. 

Taunton. 

New Bedford. 

Atlleboroitgh. 

Dighion. 

Taunton. 



At Pawlucket, on the first Tuesday 
of April. 

At li-hiibo'h, on the first Friday af- 
ter the first Tuesday of September. 

At $e<-famk, on the first Tuesday of 
September, 

At Taunton, on the first Tuesdays 
of January, March, June, and on the 
i\r?t Friday after the first. Tuesday in 
November. 

Sessions of Court of Insolvency. 

At New Bedford, 3d Wednesday of 
every u;cntb. 

At Taurdon, 1st Wednesday in 
evt-ry month. 

At Fall River and Pawhtcket, at 
such times as business may require. 

County Commissioners. 

Jos. W. Capron, Atdeborough ; Aza- 
riah Shove, Dighion; John Baylies, 
New Bedford. 

Special Commissioners, Ed^vd. King- 
ma:', Mansfield; Daniel B. Wheaton, 
Eostiin. 

Times of Meeting. — At Taunton, on 
the 4th Tuesdays in March and Sept. 
Commissioners at Wrecks. 

Dartmouth, Thomas Alary, Prince 
Srars. 

New Bedford, Job A'my. 

Commissioners of Insolvency. 

Full ltiv?r, Simeon Borden. 
New Bfdford, Robert C. Pitman. 
Taunton, Edmund H Bennett. 
Public Administrators. 

Freetown, Ebenezer W. Peirce. 



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MASSACHUSETTS REGISTER. 



N.tr Bedford, "William W. Crapo. 
Wtstport, 'JSatban C. Brownell. 

Masters in Chancery. 
Neic Bedford, Edwin L. Barney. 
Taunton, Wm. A. F. Sproat. 

Commissioner under Personal 
Liberty Act. 

New Bedford, Alanson Borden. 

Commissioners to Qualify Civil 
Officers. 

Fall River, Hezekiah Battelle, Jas. 

Ford, Charles J. Holmes, FosteT 
Hooper, Phineas W. Leiand. 

Freetown, Sylvanus S* Paine. Eben- 
ezer W. Peirce. 

New Bedford, Rodney French, Eli 
Haskell, Thomas M. James, Wen H. 
Tavlor, James D. Thompson, Joseph 
S- Tillmghast. 

Pawtuckei, A polios Cushman, Aivin 
O. Read. 

Taunton, George H. Babbitt, John 
S. Bravton, Sam'l L. Crocker, Jameg 
P. Ellis, Horatio Piatt, Win. A. F. 
Sproat, Joseph Wiibar, George M. 
Woodward. 

Justices of the Peace. 

[Including Justices of the. Pence n:>d Qsni-ntn, rtetig- 
mved by a * , an I justice* throughout the (Jomawn- 
teea&A, destguated by a +.] 

Attleborough, George A.Allen, Henry 
K. W. Alien, Thomas A. Bard^n, Mil- 
ton Barrow-, Simeon Bo^eri, *£!ku- 
nah Brig's, Harvey Cbtlin. Joseph 
W. Capron. John Daggett, Lyman W. 
Daggett, * Lvmnn V, . Deane, Lorenzo 
Draper, James- €. Hidden, David E. 
Holman, Samuel M. Holman. * A) iah 
M. M«,-Harr.ibrd Ide,*Ensha G. M<v, 
f Lemuel May, Henry Rice, "George 
B. Richards/ Edmund I. Richard*, 
Henry M. Richards, Horatio N . I. • h- 
ardson, ^Godfrey Wbeelotk. 

Berkley, Wm. S. Grant;, Jahez Fox. 
Ephraim French. Samuel French, 
Walter D. Nichols, Nathaniel Towns- 
end. 

Dartmouth, Benjamin S. Anthony, 
William Barker, Jr., F. D. B*rt!ett, 
Elisha S. Crapo, ' r '; tiara \V. <■ '■ 
John Gray, Nathaniel Potter, J;\ T Hi- 
ram Whaton. 

Bighion, Crocker Babbitt, Samuel 
D^vis, Leonard Gooding, AliYtd W. 
Paul, Joseph Pstts, Jonathan Pratt. 

Eaitnn, Joseph Barrows, Alsoa Gii- 
more. Tiviale liar-low, Sebd Howard, 
Harrison T. Mil -heli, Will -. . 1 •■•:, 
Albert A. Rorch, Edward Selee, Ga- 
len Sylvester, Guilford White. 

Fairhaven, Lemuel S. Ak^n, Na- 
thaniel Church, Cyrus hi. Ciarfc, Thosj, 
Davis, Martin L. Ekiredge, J Jm A. 



Hawes, Hervey B. Keen, Daniel J. 
Lewis, *Gcorge Mandell, Elbridjze G. 
Morton, Alfred Nye, Abiel P. Robin- 
son, Jones Robinson, * Nathaniel S. 
Speoner, Geo. H. Taber, John Terry, 
Ansel White, Jonathan Wilbur. 

Fall Paver, David Anthony, Job B. 
Ashley, William II. Ashley, Alvin S. 
Baliard, * Hezekiah Battelle, Josiah C. 
Blaisdell, *Natbaniel B. .Borden. Sim- 
eon Borden, Robert C. Brown, James 
Bufnnton. Samuel A. Chace, Richmond 
Davol, Benjamin Earl, Morton Eddy, 
*Jas. Ford, Chas. S. Gilford, Stephen 
B. Gifford, Arad Gilbert, Chester W. 
Green, Horatio N. Gunn, Guilford H. 
Hathaway, tCharles J. Holmes, Chas. 
J. Holmes, Jr., *Foster Hooper, Louis 
Lapham, *Phineas W. Leland, Augus- 
tus B. Leonard, Ebenezer Luther, 
Jonathan E. Morrill, James M. Morton, 
Benj. F. Winslow, *Eliab Williams. 

Freetown, Bradford Braiey, Samuel 
R. Brown, C. A. Morton,. Thomas G. 
Nichols, Sylvanus S. Paine, Ebenezer 
W. Peirce, Reuel "Washburn. 

Mansfield, Stirnpson Austin, Wm. 
B. Bates, Nathaniel Cook, Walter A. 
Crowley, Daniel W. Deane, Darwin 
Deane, Thomas M. George, Herman 
Hall, Elijah Hodges, Edward King- 
man, Charles Pratt, Erastus M." Reed, 
Wm. Robinson, John Rogers, Schuy- 
ler Shepard, Isaac Stearns, Charles P. 
White. 

New Bedford, *John A. P. Allen, 
Charles Aimv, William H. Alien, 
Edmund Amthony, f James Arnold. 
Abraham Barker, *Edwin L, Barney, 
Charles T. Bonne'y, Samuel Bonney, 
Alanson Borden, George A. Bourne, 
t Lincoln F. Brigham, Cyrus W. 
Brown, Charles D. Burt, Isaac Case, 
Frederick P. Chase, f John H. Clifford, 
William S. Cobb, James H. Collins, 
James B. Congdon, William T. Cook, 
William W. Crapo, Austin S. Cush- 
man, John Davis, Philip T. Daw's, 
Joseph F. Dearborn, Ezra K. Delano, 
Joseph C Delano, Tristram R. Den- 
cison, George II. Dunbar, Henry A. 
Edwards, *I homas D. Eliot Jireh L- 
Ferjruson, Charles B. H. Fessenden, 
tll-y:: -y French, Joshua W. Frost, 
* William Gordon, David R. Greene, 
Thomas A. Greene, fJoseph Grinnell, 
Albert D. Hatch, Luther'G. Hewins, 
Sanford S. Horton, * Abraham H. 
Howland, fGe ■.• ge Howland, Jr., - T is 

and, Seth H. Ingalis, r J 
M. James, Ephraim Kempton, Manas- 
seh Kempton, Joseph C Kent, Benj. 
King. Warren Ladd, Benjamin Lin- 
coln, Benj Lindscy, Adam Maekie, 
1'homai Mandell, Edward MiUiksn, 



BRISTOL COCXTY. 



47 



Edward Munro, Henry S. Packard, i 
Albert It. Paulding, James R. Perkins, j 
\V I, PbiUi? -\ Abner J. Phipps, Ricfa'd 
A. Pierce, Francis L. Porter, * Jacob L. 
Porter, 'Oliver Prescott, Rob't C, Pife- 
:: an, Isaiah C. Ray, Isaac M..Ricbard- 
bo«, Geo. B. Richmond, Merrill Robin- 
jou, Jr., fBenjamin Rodman, Charles 
Russell, Benj. King Saver, Charles 
C. Saver, Edward F. Slocum, George 
F. Somhwick, Gideon B. Spooner, "2d, 
•Paul Spooner, Calvin Staples, Silas 
S etson, Thomas M. Stetson, Joshua 
C Stone, William C. Taber, Edwin 
P. Taylor, William Hi Taylor, * James 
]>. Thompson, Elisha Thornton, Jr., 
•Joseph S. Tillinghasr, Calvin K. 
Turner, 2d, Hiram Van Campen, Am- 
brose Vincent, Augustus L. West, 
Borden Wood. 
Norton, John Arnold, Dan 1 S. Cobb, 



G( 



Cra; 



!ohn Crane, Leonard 



Hodges, Royal P. Hodges, *Cromwell 
Leonard, Eddy Lincoln, ZenoKelly, 
Lysander G. Makepeace, Lemuel Per- 
ry, Thomas X. Roekwood, fLaban M. 
Wheaton. 

Pawtucket, William W. Blodgett, 
*Apo!los Cusbman, Claudius B, Farns- 
wortb, "f Johnson Gardner, Wellington 
Kent, George Mason, Alvin 0. Read, 
Samuel Shove, Charles W. Thrasher. 
Raynham, Samuel Jones, Enoch 
King. Cnarles Robinson, Godfrey Rob- 
inson, *Samuel Wilbur, *Seth D. j 
Wilbur. 

Rehoboih, James Blanding, George j 
W. Bliss, Horace Bullock, George H- ! 
Carpenter, Cbas. M. Deane, Banfbrth ; 
G. 11. rton, Lemuel Mor.se, Oliver C. 
Peck, Lewis Pierce, MtSnzies R. Ran- 
dall, Eiijab J. Sanford, Cyrus M. 
Wheaton. 

Szekonk, Zeblna W. Bourne, Tris- 
tram Burgess, Raymond II. Burr, 
D-*vh Carpenter, Wm. Ide, Andrew 
K. Medbury, Viall Medbury, Robert 
M. Pierce, Samuel Short. 

Somerset) Philip Bowers. Joan D. 
Cartwright, William P. Hood, Joseph 
Muble, Avery P. Slade, Jonathan B. 
Slade, Daniel Wilbur. 

Hwanzeifi George Austin, Mason 
Barney, Job-ii Earle, Allen Mason, 
I- ' n Mason, William Mitchell, K. P. 
.Short. 

Taunton, George B. Atwood, John 
Downea Austin, *Anselm Bassett, Ed- 
■■ H. B ; nett, Zefaina Blake, John 
S. Bray ton, William B re wste.r> James 
•■•■ ?n, Benj. Caswell, George C. S. 
Choate, George A.Crocker, t^am'l L. 
Crocker, Wm. A; Crocker, Benj. R. 
Dean, Joseph i . Lean, Sam'l A. bean, 
■Mai P. Ellis, Sam'l D. Godfrey, Timo. 



Gordon, Andrew H. Hall, William 
Haskins, Abijah M. Ide, Jr., Charles 
F. Johnson, Jonathan E. King, Sam'l 
B. King, Arunah Leacb, *Ic.ha.bod 
Lincoln, Theodore L. Lincoln, Willard 
Lovering, fMarcus Morton, Joseph M. 
Otis, Stephen Pierce, *Horatio Pratt. 
Allen Presbrey, John Radley, Chester 
L Reed, Hodges Reed. Elijah M. 
Richmond, Simeon W. Robinson, Ira 
Sampson, Alphem Sanford, John E. 
Sanford, Baylies Sanford, Win. Sea- 
ver, Silas Shepard,*Wm. A .P. Sproat, 
William B. Sproat, Albert E» Swasey, 
Lemuel T. Talbot, Beuj. T. Taylor, 
Peter C. Thayer, Seabury Thayer, 
Sam'l R. Townsend, Cyrus M. Whea- 
ton, fHenry B. Wheelwright, Stephen 
L. White, Joseph Wilbar, Joseph E. 
Wilbar, *Benjamin F. Williams, Geo. 
E. Williams, Henry "Williams, James 
M. Williams, Sydney Williams, Geo. 
Walker, George M. Woodward, James 
Woodward. 

Westporl, Israel Allen, Nathan C. 
Brownell, George H. Gilford, Andrew 
Hicks, Benj. B. Sisson. 

Notaries Public. 

Attleborough, John Daggett, George 

B. Richards, Joseph B. Sanford, God- 
frey Wheelock. 

Fairhaven, Cyrus E. Clark, Thomas 
Davis, John A. Hawes, Nathaniel S. 
Spooner. 

Fall River, Alvin S. Ballard, Josiab 

C. Blaisdell, Simeon Borden, F. A. 
Boomer, Robert C. Brown, Benjamin 
Earl, Morton Eddy, James Ford, 
Charles J. Holmes, Jr., Louis Lap- 
ham, Charles P. Scick.ney, Ehab Wil- 
liams, Benj. F. Winslow. 

Freetown, Ebenezer W. Peirce. 
New Bedford, Lincoln F. Brigham, 
Charles I). Burt, John H. Clifford, 
Henry II. Crapo, William W. Crapo, 
Austin S. Cushman, Thomas Dawe3 
Eiiot, Edw'd Munroe, Albert R. Pauld- 
ing, Robert C. Pitman, Isaiah C. Ray, 
Thomas D. Robinson, Thomas M. Stet- 
son, Joshua C. Stone, Edwin P. Taylor, 
James Taylor, Wm. H. Taylor, Aug- 
ustus L. West, Borden Wood. 

Pmclucket, Apollos Ousknum, Clau- 
dius B. Farnsworrh. 

Taunton, C. J. H. Bassett, John S. 

Bravton, James Brown, James P. Ellis, 

| B. F. Presbrey, Baylies Sanford, Wm. 

A.F. Sproat, George Edgar Williams, 

George M. Woodward. 

Wtstport, Natiian C.BrownelL 

Trial Justices. 
AttleborougJi, Henry Rice. 
Dartmouth, Nathaniel Potter, Jr. 
Easton, Albert A. Retch. 



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Fairha^en, John A. Hawes. 
Mansfield, William B. 13 ites. 
Pawtucket, Wellington Kent, 
Rehnboth, Cyiua M. Wheaton. 
Seehmk, Rtymond H. Burr. 
Swanzey, William Mitchell. 

Coroners. 

Aitleborough, Lemuel Bishop, Jona- 
than Richards. 

Berkley, Ephraira French. 

Dartmouth, Benj. S- Anthony, Lem- 
uel Masher. 

Dighton, Crocker Babbitt. 



Boston, Tisdale Harlow. 
Fall River, Seth Darling, Richmond 
Davol. 

Freetown, Ebenezer W. Peirce. 

New Bedford, Charles D. Burt, 
Shubael G. E iwarda, Andrew Mackie, 
William 0. Russell. 

Norton, Cromwell Leonard. 

Raynham, Seth D. Wilbur. 

Somerset, Philip Bowers. 

Sicanzey, Israel Gardner. 

Taunton, George H. Babbitt, James 
Woodward. 

Westport, P. W. Peckham. 



DUKES COUNTY 



Incorporated, 1G83. Shire Town, Edgartown. 

Number of Towns, 3. Population in 1655, 4,-101. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Theodore G. Mayhew, - Edgat 
Hebron Vincent, - 

Richard L. Pease, - - Edgartown. 
Josiah PL Smith, - - Edgartown. 
Barnard C. Marcuant, - Edgartown. 
Isaiah D. Pease, - - Edgartown. 
Thomas II. Lambert, - Chilmark. 

Jonathan Luce, - - • Tisbury. 

Samuel S. Daggett, - Edgartotcn. 
Samuel S. Daggett, - Edgartown. 

Commissioner of Insolvency. 

Tisbury, Charles Smith. 

Public Administrator. 

Tisbury, Thomas Bradley. 



Judge of Probate and Insolvency, 

Register of Prolate and Insolvency, 
Clerk of Courts, - 

'Register of Deeds, - 

County Treasurer, - 
Sheriff, - - 

Deputy Sheriffs, - 
Crier of Courts, - 



Taller, -.---•" 
Sessions of Probate Court. 

At Edgartown, on the third Mon- 
day of January and July. 

At Hdmexs £lole r on the third Mon- 
day of Aprd. 

At West Tisbury, on the third Mon- 
day of October. 

County Commissioners. 

Benj. Davis, Edgartotcn ; Thos. H. 
Lambert, Chilmark; Edwin A. Luce, 
Tisbury. 

Special Commissioners, — James O. 
Lambert, Chilmark; William 6. Vin- 
cent, lisbury. 

Times of Meeting.— At Edgartown, 
on the. Wednesday next after the third 
Monday in May," and on the Wed- 
nesday next after the second Monday 
in November. 

Commissioner in Charge of Indians 
in Dukes County. 
Edgartown, Barnard C. Marchant. 

Commissioners of Sewers in Matta- 
keeset Creek. 

Chilmark, John lismmett, Samuel 

T. Hancock. 



Commissioner of Wrecks. 
Edgartown, William P. Cfaadwick, 
Ira Darrow, Charles F. Dunham, E- 
G. Pease. 

Chilmark, Thomas II. Lambert, 
Ephraim Mayhew, Jr. 

Tisbury, Gustavus D. Smith. 

Commissioner under Personal Li- 
berty Act. 

Edgartown, Theo. G. Mayhew. 

Commissioners to qualify Civil 
Officers. 

Edgartown, David Davis, Theo. G. 
Mayhew, Joseph T. Pease. 
Tisbwy, Thomas Bradley. 
Justices of the Peace. 

[Jhclurling Jutlum of the Feaceanrt ytutmm, dtsiff- 

n-i'f ' i'i a •, n-.'. Justices throwjhout the Comma*- 
wealth, dcsijnatM by a tj 

Chilmark, Samuel Flanders, Smith 
Mayhew. 

Edqariown, f David Davis, Joseph 
.Dunham, Barnard C. Marchant, * Har- 
rison P. Mayhew. John Mayhew, 



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49 



» Theodore G. Mayhew, Archibald 
Motion, Sbaw Norris, Jeremiah JPease, 

* .1 .-■ ph T. Pease, Richard L. Pease, 
t Leavitt Thaxter, Elijah 13. Vincent, 
Hebron Vincent. 

T'tsbury, Barll't Allen, John Holmes, 
Jonathan Luce, Jr., William C. Luce, 
William A. Mayhew. Alfred Norton, 
Eliakiin Norton, Wm. S. Vincent. 

Trial Justices. 

Edgartown*, Jeremiah Pease. 
Ti&oury, Eliakim Norton. 



Notaries Public. 

Chilmark, Samuel Flanders, John 
W. Gilford. 

Edgartown, Ira Darrow, David Da- 
vis, Charles F. Danham, Tarlton C. 
Luce, John Mayhew, Joseph Mayhew, 
Theo. G. Mayhew, Shaw Norris, Jos. 
T. Pease. 

Tisbury, John Holmes, Wm. C. Luce. 
* Henry P. Worth. 

Coroners. 

Edgariown, Francis Arlington. 
. Titsbury, James Cotile. 



ESSEX COUNTY. 



Incorporated, May 10, 1G43, 
Number of Towns, 34. 



Shire Towns, Salem, Newbury- 
port, and Lawrence. 

Population in 1855, 151,167. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 



Judge of Probate and Insolvency, 

Register of probate and Insolvency, 

Clerk of Courts, - 

Register of Deeds, 

County Treasurer, *:.'."" 



George F. Choate, - 
Abner C. Goodell, - 
Asahel Huntington, - 
Ephraim Brown, 
Allen TV. Dodge, 
( George Haskell,. 
Overseers of House of Correction, < Ebenezer B. Carrier, 

( George Wilson, 

Sheriff, James Cary, 

Deputy Sheriffs. 

jtmesbury, John Kbwell. 

Amesbury ( IVesi), Jacob S.. Fulling- 
tcn. 

Andover, Rufus S. Morton. 

Danvers, Richard Hood. 

Essex, Ezra Perkins, Jr. 

Georgetown, Otis Thompson, Geo. 
W. Boynton. 

Haverhill, Jacob llovr, Phineas E. 
Davis. 

Ipswich, Joseph Spiller. 

Lawrence, Bailey Bartlett, Leonard 
Stoddard. 

Lyrin^ Charles Merriit. 

Atarblehead, John Dixey.. 

Methuen, Cbas. E. Goss. 

Newburyport t John Akerman, Wcos- 
ter Smith. 

J'ioc,[-por-', Henry Dennis. 

Saiam, Daniel Potter, Ebenezer D. 
Kimball. 

Sfciiih, DanverSj Stephen Upton. 
Crier of Courts. 

Iptwichj 'Theo. Andrews. 



tSaiem. 

Lynn. 

Salem. 

Salem. 

Hamilton. 

Ipswich. 

Lawrence. 

Marblehead. 

Lawrence. 

Jailers. 

Ipswich, Ira Worcester; Newbury- 

port, John Akerman ; Salem, Ebene- 
zer D. Kimball ; Lawrence, Jas. Cary. 

Masters of Houses of Correction. 

Ipswich, Ira Worcester. 
Lawrence, James Cary. 

Sessions of Probate Court. 

At Andover, second Tuesday in 
August. 

At Gloucester, third 
January and July. 

At Haverhill, third 
April and October. 



Tuesdays in 
Tuesdays in 



At 



Ipswich*, t. 



rd Tuesdays in Feb- 
ruary, May, August, and November. 

At Lawrence, second Tuesdays in 
March, June, September, and Decem- 
be r. 

At Lynn, Wednesday following first 
Tuesdays in January and July. 

At Marblehead, Wednesday follow- 
ing first Tuesday *ia- April and Octo- 
ber. 



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At Neivbnryport, last Tuesdays in 
Mir:]}, Jane, September, and Decem- 
ber. 

At North Andover, second Tuesday 
in February. 

At Salem, first Tuesday in every 
month. 

Sessions of Court of Insolvency. 

At Salem, on the first and second 
Wednesday of each month. 

At Lawrence, on the third Wednes- 
day of each month. 

At Nezcburyport, on the fourth Wed- 
nesday of each month. 

County Commis.sionera. 

George Haskell, Ipswich : Ebenezer 
B. Currier, Lawrence ; Geo. Wilson, 
Marhlehead* 

Special Commissioners. — John I. 
Ladd, Grov eland ; Chas. B. Holmes, 
Lynn, 



Time and Places of Mt 



.— At 

Ipswich, on the second Tuesday of ■ 
April. 

Salem., on the second Tuesday of 
July. 

Newburyport, on the second Tues- 
day of October. 

On the fourth Tuesday of Decem- 
ber, at Salem, Neicburyport, Ipswich, 
or Laicrence, as the Court may deter- 
mine at the term next preceding. 

At Lawrence, on the last Tuesday 
of August. 

Commissioners of Insolvency. 

Gloucester, Lonson Nash. 

Hamilton, Daniel E. Safford. 

Salem, Wm. G. Choaie. 

Public Administrators. 

Andover, Geo. Foster. 

Neicbaryport, Edmund Smith., 

Salem, Nehemiah Brown, Michael 
Carlton, Berij, A. Gray. 

[Masters in Chancery. 
Lawrence, Nathan W. Harmon. 
Lynn, Henry B. Fernald. 
Salem, Win. G. Choafe, David 
Roberts, Dan Weed. 

Commissioners of Wrecks. 

Gloucester, Daniel Robinson, Isaac 
Story. 

Ipswich, Theo. Andrews, Stephen 
Baker, Jr. 

Netcburyport, Edmund Smith. 

Sivampscott, John Chapman. 

Commissioners under Personal I~i- 
.berty Acl, 

Andover, Marcus Morton, Jr. 

Salem. Stephen H. Phillips. 

Commissioners to Qualify Civil 
Gificsrs. 

Andover, George Foster, Nathan W. 

Ha^en, Samuel Merrill. 



Beverly, Stephens Biker, Frede- 
rick W. Choate. 

Gloucester, London Nash, Joshua P. 
Tra^k, John S. Webber. 

Haverhill, Jas. II. Duncan, James 
Gale, Stephen Mmot, William Tag- 
gar t. 

Ipswich, Charle3 Kimball, Alfred 
Kimball. 

Lawrence, Nathan W. Harmon, 
Geo. R. Rowe, Nathaniel White. 

Lynn, Win. Bassett, Benjamin F. 
Mudge, Jeremiah C. Stickney. 

MarhleJiead, George Wilson, Joseph 
P. Turner. 

North Andover, George Hodges. 

Newbury, Daniel Lunt. 

Newburyport, John Cook, Moses 
Pettingell, John Por;er. 

Salem, John Chapman, Asahel 
Huntiniiton, Charles Kimball, Joseph 
B. F. Osgood, Dan Weed, George 
Wheatland. Henry Whipple, Daniel 

A. White. ' 

Justices of the Peace. 

[Including Justice* of the Fence and Quorum, de- 
signated by a *, and Justices throughout the Common- 
wealth, dKi><jno.Ud b\i a f.] 

Amesbury, *Lowell Bagley, David 
Batehelder, Wm. G. Binney, Elijah 
Chase, t'-Joshua Colb}. Amos Currier, 
John Evans, Jos. Gale, William H. 
Haskell, Joseph Merrill, Jr., John S. 
Morse, William Nichols, Orlando S. 
Fatten, Frederick Sargent, Jona B. 
Sargent, Patten Sargent, Azor G. 
Woodman. 

Andover, fAmos A.bbott, Asa A. Ab- 
bott, Nathan Abbott, 2d. jJohn Aiken, 
Isaac O. Blunt, Jedediah Bart, Isaac 
Carruih, Herman P. Chandler, Wm. 
Chiekermg, *Hobart Clark, Francis 
Cogswell, Samuel T. Cooper, *Sam'l 
Farrar, John Flint, * George Foster, 
Muses F'oster, Jr., Enoch Frye, Sd, 
Abraham J. Gould, Samuel Gray, 
* Nathan W. Hazen, Samuel Merrill, 
Wiilard Pike. 

Beverly, H. A. Appleton, John I. 
Raker, Stephens Baker, Frederick W. 
Choate, Charles Davis, Hezekiah Fos- 
ter. Josiah A. Ila>keli, Henry P. Mer- 
rick, James Hill, Joseph E. Ober, 
John Porter, Samuel Porter, Thomas 
Stephens, Richard P. Waters, John P. 
Webber, Jr. 

Boxford, Benj. S. Barnes, N. Bod- 
well, William N. Cleaveland, Moses 
Dorman, Win. It. Kimball, George 
Pearl, G. Perley, Enoch Wood. 

Bradford, f George Cogswell, Wal- 
ter Goouell, Benjamin Givcnleaf, Jos. 
Hall, "Edmund Kimball, Stephen L. 

B. Spear. 

Danvers, Israel W. Andrews, Moses 



ESSEX COUNTY. 



51 



Black, Jr., Ebenezer Hunt, George 
Osgood, Andrew N. Putnam, Phile- 
mon Putnam, Rufus Putnam, George 
Tapley, Caleb Webster, William L. 
Weston. 

Essex, Aaron L. Burnham, Eben- 
ezer Burnham, *David Choate, Ezra 
Perkins, Jr., Oliver H. P. Sargent 

Georgetown, Mark F. Edmonds, 
Jeremiah P. Jones, *Jeremiah Russell, 
Moses Tenney, Jr., Richard Tenney. 

Gloucester, John J. Babson, Joseph 
S. Barber, Joseph Blood, Benj. H. 
Corliss, Alex. P, Davis, James Davis, 
George L. Ford, Theophilus Herrick, 
John W Lowe. *Lonson Nash-, Nathl. 
Pierce, Alfred Presson, Leonard J. 
Presson, Ira Saville, Isaac P. Smith, 
Cyrus Story, Jr., Charles P. Thomp- 
son, * Joshua P. Trask, John Webber, 
*John S. Webber. 

Grovelahd, Wm. S. Balch, George 
Hadsoo* John I. Ladd, *Nath , l Ladd, 
Amos Parker, Benj. Parker, Peter 
Parker, Jacob W. Reed, Charles G. 
Savary, -[Jeremiah Spofford. 

Hamilton, Allen W. Dodge, Joseph 
Knowlton, Nathaniel A. Lovering, 
Joseph Patch, Paul D. Patch. 

Have/kill, John A, Appleton, John 
Briekett, David Boynton, William 
Caldwell, Solomon Chapin, Elbridge 
W. Chase, Geo. W. Chase, Thomas 
N. Chase, Wm. D. S. Chase, Jesse 
Clement, Jonathan Crowell, fJames 
tL Duncan, John R. Easterbrooks, 
Elbridge G. Eaton, Orenzo T. Emer- 
son, Mo-es J. G. Emery, Daniel F. 
Pitts, Edward G. Frothin'_rham. James 
Gale, Simeon George, E. J. M. Hale. 
Wm. IL Hewes, Isaac It. Howe, 
fNathaniel S. Howe, Caleb D. Hank- 
ing, Ensign S. Hunkins, Ellas T. In- 
stalls, John J. Ingalls, Addison B. 
Jaques, Luther Johnson, *Alfred Kit- 
tredge, John James Marsh, Henry N. 
Merrill, Closes Merrill, *Steph. Minot, 
John B. Nichols Moses F. Peaslee, 



Lleazer A. Pot 



Russ* 



Oliver II. Roberts, Eben PL SafFord, 
Benjamin E. Sawyer, Wm. Tagsrai't, 
IX Waldo Webster, Thos. West, Thos. 
IL West, *Moses Wingate. 

Ipswich, Theo. Andrews. Stephen 
Baker, *Josiah Caldwell, Aaron 
Cogswell, Gilbert Conant, John D. 
Cress. Joseph Farlev, Geo. Haskell, 
Alfred Kimball, Benj. Kimball, *Chas, 
Kimball, George L. Lord, Nathaniel 
L. SJUmning, Frederick Mitchell, 
*Jolm A. Newman, Timothy B. Ross, 
Ira Worcester, Asahel H. Wildes; 

Lawrence, Nathaniel Ambrose, das. 
A. Barker, Geo. W. Benson, Charles 
iL Bsgclow, Benj. Bordman, George 



P. Briggs, George D. Cabor, *Perley 
S. Chase, Albert P. Clark, *Robert 
Cross, John B. Fairfield, Joseph N. 
Gage, Wilbur F. Gile, *Natban W. 
Harmon, Michael 1). Hart, Isaac 
Hayden, James D. Herrick, John C. 
Hoadley, Leonard Hoyt, William D. 
Joplin, Wm. Morse, Christopher G. 
Newton, Henry K. Oliver, Thomas A. 
Parsons, Wm. II. Parsons, John Rod- 
man Rollins, George R. Rowe, Daniel 
Saunders, Darnel Saunders, Jr., 
Edgar J. Sherman, Ivan Stevens, 
James H. Stevens, William Stevens, 
* Charles S. Storrow, George A. 
Walton, Albert Warren, Benjamin F. 
Watson, ^Nathaniel White, Nathaniel 
G. 'White, Nathaniel Wilson, Thomas 
Wright. Wm. H. P. Wright. 

Lynn, fJohn B. Alley, Gustavus 
Andrews, David Austin. James Babb, 
*Daniel C. Baker, William Bassett, 
John Batchelder, Abijah E. Blood, 
Andrews Breed, Hiram N. Breed, 
Joseph Breed, 2d, *Isaac Brown, 
Augustus C. Carey, Oliver B. Coolidge, 
Joseph L>ampney, *Edward S. Davis, 
Geo. Foster,*Jos. Hain s, John Hilton, 
Edward W. Hinks, *George Hood, 
William Rowland, Ephraim A. Ingalls, 
Nathaniel Ingalls, Wm. F. Johnson, 
Lewis Josselyn, Lewis E. Josselyn, 
George W. Keene. Josiah F. Kimball, 
Ruths Kimball, Aionzo Lewis, James 
S. Lewis, Aaron Lummus, Charles 
Merritt, Benjamin Mudge, *Benj. F. 
Mudge, Ezra W. Mudge. Asa T. New- 
hall, Edw-d Newhali, Henry NewhalL 
Jas. R. Newhali, *Xhomas B. Newhalh 
Henry C. Oliver, Era's Parton, Dean 
Peabody, Dan 'I Perley, Amos Rhodes, 
Robt. M.Richardson, Joseph N. Sander- 
son, Chas. Henry Stickney, "Meremiah 
C. Stickney, Cyrus M. Stimson, Amos 
iJP. Tapley, Philip P. Tapley, Wilder 
S. Thurston, Cyrus M. Tracy, Roland 
G. Usher, John P. Woodbury. 

Lijnnjield, John Danibrth, Jr., 
Joshua Hewes, Andrew Mansfield, 
Josiah Newhali, John Perkins. • 

Manchester, John P. Allen, Joseph 
Hooper, Benj. Leach, 2d, John Lee, 
John Price. 

Marblehead, Sam'i Bowdoin, Glover 
Broughton, Ephraim Brown, *Wrn. 
Fabens, Thomas Foss, John Giliey, 
Henry G. G ray, James Gregory, Wm. 
A. Pierpont, Henry F. Pitman, 
•fFrederick Robinson, Joseph H. Rob- 
inson, John Sparhawk, Jr., Joseph P. 
Turner, George Wilson. 

Mc'huen, Stephen Barker, Gerry 
W. Cochrane, John Davis, Josiah 
Dearborn, John Af. Grosvenor, Jared 
S. Howe, Joseph Howe, StepheE 



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Huse, Joseph F. Ingalls, John Low, | 
E. F. G. Marsh, Charles Shed. 

Middteton, Amos Batehelder, Ebon j 
S. Fhelps, Ruel A. Poelps. 

■Nahani, John Q. Hammond, Wel- 
come W. Johnson. 

Newbury, *Daniel Adams, Geo. W. 
Adams, David S. Caldwell, Joshua 
Coffin, Geo. P. Danforth, William 
Little, Daniel Lunt, Daniel Noyes, 
Samuel Poor, Herman D. Rogers, 
Wm. M. Rogers, Martin Root, Paul 
Titeomb. 

Ntivburyporl , *John Akerman, Ja- 
cob Atkinson, Isaac II. Boardmau,* Jo- 
seph H. Brandon, Wm. II. Brewster, 
David F. Brown, i'hos. W. Burnham, 
Fred. J. Coffin, Tristram Collin, Tris- 
tram Coffin, Jr.,*Geo. J. L.Colby, Jere. 
Colman, Charles Cook, *John Cook, 
Solomon. II. Currier, Win. E. Currier, 
■{■Caleb Gushing, Wm. Gushing, Chas. 
C. Dame, *Wra. Davis, Nath'l Foster, 
Henry Frothingham, Jos. G. Gerrish, 
Alajor Goodwin, Daniel Granger, 
Nathaniel Greely, George. Greenleaf, 
Moses Hale, Geo. W. Hill, Nathaniel 
Hills, Philip K. HUls. James Hodgdon, 
Stephen S. Hodge, Jacob Barton, Chas. 
IL Hudson, Geo. W. Jackmari, Jr., 
Edward W r . Jewett, Eleazer Johnson, 
Harrison G. Johnson, *IXenry John- 
son, *'He'nry W. Kinsman, Caleb 
Lamson, Josiah Little, Micajah Lunt, 
♦Stephen W. Marston, Andrew W. 
Mikimove, Amos W. Mooney, I'd ward 
S. Moseley, Nathan A. Moulroii, 
*Moses Pettingell, *S*mne1 Phillips, 
^Daniel P. Pike, John N. Pike, J < ah 
W- C. Pike, John Porter, * Ed ward S. 
Rand, Edward W. Rand, *£danmd 
Smith, Eben F. Stone, Jacob Stone, 
William Stone,- Mark Syanonds, Win. 
Thurston, Paul T. Winkley. 

North cindover,Jededmh II. Barker, 
Daniel Carleton, George L. Davis, 
George Hodges, James AL Hubbard, 
Bailey Loring, Isaac O. Loring, Henry 
Osgood, Keueli A. Phelps, _ Samuel 
Raymond, James Stevens, Nathaniel 
Stevens. 

Rochporty Joseph Bartlett, Eben 
Biatchibr-d, George D. Hale, James 
Manning, Benjamin Parsons, Jr., W m. 
Pool. 

liuwley, Richard Herbert, Thorn is 
E. Payson, K. Smith, Euward Todd. 
Satan, Nathaniel Iv. Ailcn, Georg - 
Andrews, Joseph Andrews, "SanTl P. 
Andrews, Nathaniel Apple-art, Wm. 
Archer, Jr., John Bali, Sidney C. 
Baneruit, Benj. liarstow, John Ber- 
tram, Robert Bro k";u-e, iiphraim 
Brown, Jr., Nehemtah Brown, f Al- 
bert G. Browne, *Benj. F. Browne, 



J. Vincent Browne. John T. Burnham, 
Samuel B. Buttriek, Joseph S. Cabot, 
.Michael Carlton, William Caller, John 
Chad wick, fJohn Chapman, Geo. F. 
Cheever, George F. Choate, William 
G. Choate, Wm. S. Cleveland, Joseph 
Cloutman, Humphrey Cook, Francis 
Cox, Geo. It. Curwen, Jos. A. Dalton, 
*Geo. H. Devereux, Humphrey Deve- 
reux, John Dwyer, Chas. M. Endicott, 
Wm. C. Endicott, John G. Felt, f Caleb 
Foote, Wm. H. Foster, Jas. A. Gitlis, 
Benjamin A. Gray, Henry B. Groves, 
Leonard B. Harrington. Mark Haskell, 
William P. Hayward, Moses Hill, 
Edward Hodges, Jacob Hood,fAsahel 
Huntington, ^Horace Ingersoll, *Ste- 
phen B. Ives, Jr., John Jewett,, Chas. 
Kimball, Eben W. Kimball, James 
Kimball, Henry L. Lambert, Joseph 
S. Leavitt, *Nath'l J. Lord, f Otis P. 
Lord, Geo. B. Loring, Samuel Mack- 
intire, John Masury, Wihiam Maynes, 
James Mc Geary, Wm. S. Messervy, 
j *Ephraim F. Miller, George L. New- 
I comb, Gilbert G. New ball, David 
! Nichols, John H. Nichols. * William 
j D. NorcLend, Thos. F. Odell, Joseph 
j B. P. Osgood, Jeremiah Page, Wm. 
| \Y. Palmer, George A. Parker, John 
j Brooks Parker, Wm. B. Parker, Ira J. 
i Patch, Edward II. Payson, Francis 
Peabody, Geo. Peabody, Robert Peeie, 
Aaron Perkins, Daniel Perkins, f Jona, 
C, Perkins, Jonathan Perley, Jr., 
Jairus W. Perry, f Stephen H. Phillips, 
Wiilard P. Phillips, David Pingree, 
| 1 hos. P. Pingree, Thos. P. Pingree, Jr., 
| Daniel Potter, * William C. Prescott, 
i David Putnam, Perley Putnam, Moses 
j D. Randall, Robert S. Rantoul, *David 
; Roberts, * Augustus D. Rogers, Strat- 
j ton W. Robinson, James Popes, *Na- 
thaniel Silsbee, Edmund Smith, Geo. 
| H. Smith, Henry B. Smith, Edward 
Stimpsou, James C. Stimpson, Thos. 
M. Stimpson, Augustus Story, *Isaae 
Story, Gilbert L. Streeter, John D. 
Symonds, Nathaniel D. Sy monds, John 
G. Til ton, Charles W. Upham, Abbott 
l Walker, Eben N. Walton, * Joseph G. 
i Waters, Wm. D. Waters,Benj. Webb, 
: *Si ;phen P. Webb,*Dan Weed, Nath'l 
i Weston, * George Wheatland, Henry 
i Wheatland, Stephen G. Wheatland, 
■. *IIenry Whipple, John Whipple, 
i *.Daniel A. White, Henry L. Wii- 
j limns, William Williams, Jonathan P. 
V, . „, ester, Isaac Wyrmm. 
Salisbury, Ezekiel Brown, Thomas 
! J. Clark, Cyrus Dearborn, Jr., Reuben 

■ Evans, Streeter Evans, Benjamin E. 

■ Fifieid, Elias French, .Muses K. Pike. 
J Moses True, Jr., George Turner, Azof 
1 O. Webster, Daniel Webster. 



ESSEX COUNTT. 



53 



Saugus, Wm. W. Boardmao, Geo. 
W. Fairbanks, Benjamin F. Newhall, 
*John T. Paine, Elijah P. Robinson. 
'■South Banners, f ATred A. Abbott, 
Lewis Allen, Sidney C. Bancroft, 
f Robert S. Daniels, Warren M. Jacobs, 
James P. King, Samuel A. Lord, Geo. 
Osbora, George A. Osborn, Miles Os- 
born, Kendall Osborn, Richard Os- 
born, Joseph Osgood, John B. Pea- 
body, Benj, C. Perkins, Israel Perkins, 
Fitch Poole, Leonard Poole, Nathan 
H. Poor. Moses Preston. *John W. 
Proctor, Thomas M. Sampson, Wil- 
liam Sutton. Stephen Upton, John G. 
Walcott, Wm. Walcott, Hiram O. 
Wiley. 

Swampscott, Philander Holden, Sam- 
uel C. Pitman, Waldo Thompson. 

Topsfield, Jos. W. Batehelder, An- 
drew Gould, Zaceheus Gould, Chas. 
H. Holmes. Joel Lake, Samuel S. Mc* 
Kenzte, * Royai A. Merriam, Richard 
Phillips, Jr., Benj* Poole. 

Wenham, Joseph Cook, Andrew 
Dodge, Francis M. Dodge, * Edmund 
Kimball, John Porter, Benj. C. Put- 
nam. 

West Newbury, John Appleton, 
John C. Carp, Benjamin Ed wards, Jr., 
Eliphalet Emery, George Emery, Ne- 
bemiah F. Emery, Edmund Hills, Wm. 
Merrill, * John" Moody, Thomas S. 
Ordvvay, Ben. Pc-riev'Poore, *Dean 
Robinson, Samuel Rogers, John M. 
Tewkesbury. 

Trial Justices. 

Amesouru, Wm. C. Binney. 
Andover, Samuel Merrill. 
Beverly, James Hill. 
Danvers, Israel W. Andrews. 
Essex, David Choate. 
Georgetown, Jeremiah P. Jones. 
Grouelandj Jeremiah Spodbrd. 
Ipswich, .Joseph Farley. 
Marbkhead, Wm. Fa bens. 
Meihuen, Jared S. Howe. 
Nahant, John Q. Hammond. 
Eockport, Geo. D. Hale. 
Salisbury, George Turner. 
Saugm, Elijah P. Robinson. 
South Danvers, Benj. C. Perkins. 
WsstJ^eivbury, Nehemiah F. Emery. 

Kotaries public. 

Andover, Henry W. Abbott, Geo. 
Fo^er, Samuel Merrill. 

Bev-erl u, Si jphens Baker, Frederick 
W. Choate, Ile/ekluh Foster. 

Danvers. Richard Hood, Samuel 
Preston. 

Georgiiiown, Jeremiah Bussed. 

Gloucester, Jos. S. Barber, James 



Davis, Charles A. Johnson, Lonsor. 
Nash, Joshua P. Trask. 

Haverhill, James Gale, "Wm. H. 
Hewes, John James Marsh, William 
Taggart. 

Lawrence, Benj. Bordman, Daniel 
Saunders, Nathaniel G. Wbite, Thos. 
Wright. 

Lynn, Andrews Breed, Edward S. 
Davia, Philip C. Knapp, James K. 
Newhall, Wm. Howland, Benjamin 
Oliver, Amos Rhodes, Cyrus M. Tracy. 

Marblehead, Wm. Fabens, James 
Gregory. 

Methuen, George Foot. 

Newbury port, Isaac H. Board man, 
Joseph II. Bragdon, John Cook, Wm. 
Fabens, Nathaniel Foster, Samuel 
Phillips, John 'N. Pike, John Porter, 
Edward W. Rand. 

Salem, George Andrews, Joseph 
Cloutman, Wm, C Endicotr, Ephraim 
F. Miller, Joseph B. F. Osgood, Wm. 

C. Prescott, David Roberts, Thomas 
M. Stimpson, Isaac Story, Stephen P. 
Webb, Dan Weed, Joseph G. Waters, 
Stephen G. Wheatland. 

Salisbury, Thomas J. Clark, George 
Turner. 

South Dancers, Alfred A. Abbott, 
Benj. C. Perkins. Thomas M. Stimp- 
son. 

Coroners. 

Amesbury, Wm. Pecker. 
. Andover, Joseph Rice. 
Bradford, Jonathan Kimball. 
Danvers, Richard Rood. 
Essex, Caleb Cogswell, 
Georgetown, Hiram Harriman, Jos. 
P. Stickney. 

Groveland, Nathaniel II. Griffith. 
Haverhill, Elbridge G. Eaton. 
Ipswich, Theodore Andrews. 
Lawrence, David Dana, Jr., William 

D. Lamb, Julius H. Morse. 

Lynn, Hiram N. Breed, Plumer 
Chesley, James Stone. 

Marblehead, Samuel Bowden, Jas.- 
Gregory. 

Newbury, George W- Adams. 

Newbutyport, John Cook, Wopster 
Smith. 

Rockport, dames Planning. 

Salem, Eben N. Walton, Nehemiah 
Brown. 

Salisbury, Ellas French. 

South Danvers, Stephen Upton,Wil- 
iiam Walcott. 

Sizamptcutt, Samuel C Pitman. 

West Newbury , John Moody. 

Agent Essex Bridge. 
James Kimball, of Salem, 



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MASSACHUSETTS REGISTER. 



LvCORrOKATEI> JUNE 24 

Number of Towns, 26. 



FRANKLIN COUNTY. 

1311. 



Shire Town, Greenfield. 
Population in 1855, 31,658. 



county oppic: 



Judge of Probate and Insolvency, 
Register of Probate and Insolvency, 

Clerk of Courts, - 

Register of Deeds, - 

County Treasurer, - 

>, /. rr c ri \ Lewis Merriam, 

Overseers ot house of LorrecUon, < 

J ' IRufus Rowland, 

- Samuel fi. Reed, 



Charles Mattoon, 

Charles J. J. Ingersoll, 
George Grennell, 
Humphrey Stevens, - 
Lewis Merriam. 



Sheriff, - 

Deputy Sheriffs. 
Ashfeld, Anson Bement. 
Charlemont, Samuel Potter. 
Coleraine, Roswell A. Buck. 
Conway, Wm. C. Campbell. 
Green fidd, Lorenzo D. Joshn. 
Montague, Solomon C. Wells, 
North New Salem, Wm.Wfaittemore. 
Northfield, Wright Srfattoru 
Oranqe, Wilson Wheeler. 
Skelburne {Falls), Orriri P. Paine. 
Shiiiesbury, Henry Pieree. 

Deputies in Hampshire County. 

Amherst, Frederick A. Palmer. 

Northampton, Ansel Wright. 

Ee uty Jailer and Master of House j 
of Correction. 

Seth C. Smith, Greenfield. 
Crier of Courts. 

David Wright, Deerfidd* 
Sessions of Probate Court. 

At Charlemont, 3d Tuesdays in May ! 
and October. 

At Conway, 1st Tuesday in Febra- ! 
ary, and 3d in July. 

At Greenfield^ 2d Tuesdays of Feb- | 
ruary, March, May,- and October, 4th { 
Tuesday in August, 1st Tuesday in j 
November, and 3-d Tuesday in De- | 
cember. • j 

At Lock's Village, Shutesbury, on j 
Friday next after the last Tuesday of j 
April, and the Friday next alter the j 
3d Tuesday of September. 

At Northfield, on the Wednesday | 



Greenfield. 
Greenfield. 
Greenfield. 
Greenfield. 
Greenfield. 
Greenfield . 
Greenfield- 
Greenfield. 



Special Commissioners, William W. 
Russell, Sunderland ; Henry K. Hoyt, 
Deerfield. 

Times of Meeting. — At Greenfield \ 
on the first Tuesdays in March and 
September, and 2d Tuesdays in June 
and December. 

Commissioners of Insolvency. 
Almon Brainard, Greenfield. 
Davis Goddard, Orange. 
Samuel T. Field, Shelburne. 
Masters in Chancery. 
Greenfield, Almon Brainard, Sam'I 
0. Lamb, Charles Allen. 

Commissioner under Personal 
Liberty Act. 

Greenfield, George D, Wells. 

Commissioners to Qualify Civil 
Officers. 

Charlemont, Roger H. Leavitt, Syl- 
vester Maxwell. 

Greenfield, Charles Allen, Daniel 
W. Atvord, Almon Brainard, Wendell 
T. Davis, George Grennell, Whiting 
Griswold, Charles Mattoon. 

Orange, Davis * Goddard, Edwin 
Sfone. 

Sunderland, Horace W. Tafr. 

Justices of the Peace. 

[loclurling Justices of the Peace and Quorum, desig- 
>m.v / K'/ it *, and Justices throughout the Comm m- 
Wf.'Mlh, designated •■// a t-] 

Ashfield^Yalt Bement, Bela Gard- 
ner, Alvin Perry, Henry S. Ranney, 
C heste r S an derso n . 

Bernardston, Silas N. Brooks, f Hen- 
ry W. Ciishman, William Dwight, 



next after the la>t Tuesday of April, j 

and the 3d Tuesday in September. J 

Sessions of Court of Insolvency. 

At Greenfield j on the 1st Monday j 
in each month. 

County Commissioners, - j 

Alfred R. Field, Greenfield; Sam'I ! Josiuh Trow. 

D. Bardwell, Sheibume :. Jpsiah God- j Charlemont, Stephen Bates, Luther 
dard, Orange. Bordman, Isaac D, Hawkes, Hart 



Aretas Ferry, Timothy K. Ilorton, 
Samuel J. Lyons, Zebina C. New- 
comb, Daniel W. Temple. 

Buck-land, Ezekh 1 1). Bement, Jo- 
skin W. Griswold, EbenezerMaynard, 
Thomas B. Montajrue, -John Tobev, 



FRANKLIN COUNTY. 



55 



Leavitt, Ro^er H. Leavitt, Alexander 
F. Maxwell, *Sylvester Maxwell, Ash- 
ooun H. Tavlor, A. L. Tyler, •Frede- 
rick W. White. 

Colerojne, Solomon W. Gleason, 
•Joseph Griswold, William Lanfair, 
Lucius Lyons, Hugh B. Miller, Calvin 
W. Shattuck, Stephen Shepardson, 
John Wilson. 

Contcay, Phineas Bartler, Chester 
Bement, John Bradford. Horace B. 
Child, *Asa Holland, Frederick E. 
Patrick, Austin Rice. 

Deerjield, Isaac Abercrombie, James 
C. Arms, * Pliny Arms, Wm. D. Bates, 
Dexter Childs, Cephas Clapp, Horatio 
Hawfces, Robert M. Pease, Christopher 
A. Stebbins, Edward W. Stebbins, 
Moses Stebbins, Jonathan A. Saxton, 
Samuel Wiliard. Jr., Artemas Wil- 
liams, Ephraioa Williams. John Wilson. 

Ervlng, Henry H. Holton, S. il. 
Woodward. 

GUI, Josiah D. Canning, Eoswell 
Field, Jonathan S. "Purple. 

Greenfield, Charles Allen, * Daniel 
W. Alvortf, *Almon Brainard, David 
N. Carpenter, f George T. Davis, 
•Wendell T. Davis, Timothy M. 
Dewey, Wm. Eiiott, Alfred R. Field, 
Richard E. Field, fGeorge Grennell, 
James S. Grennell, Wilting Griswold, 
Rufus Howiand, Charles 3. J. iEger- 
soll, Sam*! 0. Lamb, Joseph G. Long- 
ley, f Ho race Lyman, *Cbas. Mattcon, 
Lewis Merriam, Harvey C. Newton, 
t Ansel Phelps, Zebina L. Raymond, 
*Samuel K. Reed, *FranJklin Ripley, 
Frederick G. Smith, *Wm. B. Wash- 
burn, Alfred Wells, *George D. Wells, 
Noah S. Wells, Wm. Wilson, Hopkins 
Woods. 

Han-leu, Samuel Hall, Joseph G. 
Longley, John Vincent. 

fieatk, Eliphalet S. Darling, Aaron 
Dickinson, William M. Maxwell. 

Leveret'., Luther Dudley, Aklei 
Field, Zebina Field, Francis Fr 
Sidney 

Le yd 
Childs, 
Packer, 

Mam 

Mom 
lord G< 



c. 



S, Soaead, Timothy B. Rice. 
Fernando W. Carlton, Geo. 
'Eli Win" 



John Mo wry, 2d, 



Hon. 



"oe, Hosea G. B 
"■;n<\ Philander Boutweli, San- 
xidard, Apollos Garni, Harri- 
son F. Root. Augustus L. Taft, S. C. 
Wells. 

New Salem, Emerson Fay, William 



T. Freeinm 



mine! G 



.ipheii: 



Harding, Franklin il. Haskell, Horace 
Hunt, Wm. Smith, Clark Thompson. 

SortJi/idd, EiUha Alexander. Rich- 
ard Colton, Simeon A. Field, Timothy 
Field, Hugh W. Green, Charles Os- 
good, Charles Pomercy. 



Orange, Hillel Baker, Otis Brooks, 
Rufus I). Chase, Levi Gage, Jr., Davis 
Goddard,. Josiah Goddard, Zina Good- 
ale, Rodney Hunt, Philip Martin, 
Edwin Stone, Admiral A. Ward, John 
R. Whipple, Hiram Woodward. 
Rome, Humphrey Gould. 
Shelbume, Samuel D. Bardwell, 
Charles M. Duncan, S. T. Field. Zeb- 
ulon W. Field, Halbert S. Greenieaf, 
I. J. Hawkes, Elam Kellogg, Ebenezer 
G. Lamson, Arthur Maxwell. 
| . Shutesbury, Hardin Hemmenway, 
' Henry Pierce. 

Sunderland, Chas. Cooler, Ashley 
I Hubbard, Avery D. Hubbard, Clark 
i Rowe, Emmons Russell, Wm. W. Rus- 
| sell, *Horace W. Taft, Nathaniel G. 
} Trow. 

Warwick, James Goldbury, Samuel 
! W. Spooner, Clark Stearns, Kath'l E. 
I Stevens, James Stockwell. 
| Wendell, Daniel Ballard, Jabez 
Sawyer, D. Wilder. 

Whalely, Josiah Allis, Chester Bard- 
; well, 2d, James M. Crafts, Samuel 
Lesure, Justin R. Smith, Charles D. 
Stockbridge, Samuel B. White. 

Trial Justices. 
Chariemont, Frederick W. White. 
Conway, Frederick E. Patrick. 
Deerjield, James C. Arms. 
Greenfield, Wendell T. Davis. 
Levered, Aiden C. Field. 
Montague, Sanford Goddard. 
Orange, Hiram Woodward. 
Shelbume, Zebnlon W. Field. 

ITotaries Public. 

Conway, David C. Rogers. 

Deerjield, Robert M. Pease, John 
Wilson.. 

Greenjield,Wi\lmm H. Allen, Chas. 
K. Grennell, Samuel 0. Lamb, Lewis 
Merriam. 

Shelbume, Samuel F. Field, Arthur 
Maxwell. 

Coroners. 

Bernardston, Samuel J. Lyons. 
Buekland, Thomas B. Montague. 
Cfiarlemont, Samuel Potter. 
'Colemine, Thomas R. Me Gee. 
Conway, Asa Howiand. 
Jjcerjield, Isaac Abercrombie, Moses 
Stebbins. 

Gill, Ro^vell Purple. 
Greenfield, Alfred Wells. 



Le 



S\ Ivan us Field. 



Nonhfield, Richard Colton, Simeon 
A. Field. 

Shelbume, T. B. Montague. 
Sunderland, Erastua Pomeroy. 
Wendell, Samuel Brewer. 



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MASSACHUSETTS REGISTER. 



HAMPDEN COUNTY. 



incorporated february 20, 1812. 
Number of TAjwxs, 21. 



Shire Town, Springfield. 
Population in 1855, 54,849. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 



Judge of Probate and Insolvency, 
Register of Probate and Insolvency, 
Clerk of Courts, - , - 
Register of Deeds, - - ' - 
County Treasurer, - 

Overseers of House of Correction, 
Sheriff, 



John Wells, - 
- William S. ShurtleiT, 

• George B. Morris, - 

■ James E. Russell, - 

■ Charles R. Ladd, - 
C Stephen C. Bemis, - 
J Wuiiam Stowe, 

{ Elijah Blake, - 

Robert G. Marsh, -. 



Chicopee. 
Springfield, 
Springfield. 

Springfield- 
Springfield, 
Springfield. 
Springfield. 
Springfield, 
Hot-yoke. 



Deputy Sheriffs. 

Chester, Camden IT. Babcoek. 
Chicopee, Alonzo Wait 
Chicopee (Falls), Morris Morton. 
Bolyoke, Thomas l\. Wellington. 
Ludlow, Edmund Bliss. 
Palmer, Lyman S. Hiii#. 
Palmer (fhorndi'ke), Geo. Sloores. 
Russell, A. M. Bradley. 
Sprmgjkld, Levi P. Rowlasd. 
Wales, Adams Stewart 
Westfiidd, Timothv M. Cooler, 2d, 
Frederick Bush. 

West Springfield, Shers&feh Bay. 

'" iM;<t;.n«ujyr:X ili- 

ram M. Smith. 

Wilbraham, William B. Morgan. 

Deputy Sheriffs in Hampshire 

County, 

Northampton, Ansel Wright. 
Huntington, Harvey H. Billings. 

Crier of Courts. 
II. M. Brayman, Springfield. 

Jailer* 

Elihu Adams, SpmgfMd. 

Sessions of Probate Courts* 

At Moment o:\ thv 2d Tuesday of 
June; and at Palmer, ou the 2d Tues- 

day of S:-ptem!> t. 

At, Springjh : >L mi tbe firsfc Tuesdays 
of January, February^ March, April, 
June, July, November, and -;:h Tues- 
days of April. August, and Sfe|>ieQiUer. 

At Westfi3d x 6n Lb i &i Tuesdays 
of March, June, September, and Do- 



Sessions of Court of Insolvency 

At Springfield, on the 2d and 4th 
Saturdays oi each month. 

County Commissioners. 

Henry F.Brown, Brim field ; Nelson 
j 1). Parks, Russell; Henry Charles, 
j Ludlow. 

I Special Commissioners. — Daniel G. 
'While, West Springfield ; Gamaliel 
j Collins {Thorndike), Palmer. 

Times of Meeting. — At Springfield, 
| on the 2d Tuesday of April, and 1st 
! Tuesday of October, and 4th Tuesdays 
! of June and December, 

j . Masters in Chancery. 

j Springfield, John M. Stebbins, Eras- 
| mus D. Beach. 

West-field, William G. Bates, Nor- 
l man T. Leonard. 

I Commissioners of Insolvency. 

Springfield, James H. Morton. 
Chester, Franklin D. Richards. 

j Commissioner under Personal Li- 
berty Act. 

i * Springfield, Charles R. Ladd. 

Commissioners to Qualify Civil 
Officers. 

Palmer, James G. Allen, Gorden 
j M. Fisk. ' 

Springfield, Erasmus D. Beach, Geo. 

BlisSj Richard Bliss, Wm- B. Calhoun, 

James W. Crooks, George B. Morris, 

i Oliver B. Morris, Justice Wiliard. 

Westfield, William G. Bates, James 

Fowler, Norman T. Leonard. 

Wilbraham, L. B. Biiss, Solomon -C. 
S pel man. 



HAMPDEN COUNTY. 



57 



Justices of the Peace. 

j >. >>■' iff jwuicf* vf the. Peace ani Quorum, desig- 
iuur ■■• :, " ' , and Justices tJirougkout the Gammon- 
*<.ii«'..\ designated t>ja t-} 

Aijawam, James H. Ferre, Alfred 
Flower, Samuel Flower, E. Leonard, 
Newbury Norton, Sam'i Palmer, Wm. 
S. Wolcott, Charles C. Wright. 

Blandfurd, Samuel A. Bartholomew, 
Lyman Gibbs, James Hinsdale, Eli 
Pease, David P. Robinson, David 
Shurtkff. 

Brimjield, Parsons Allen, Cyrel R. 
Brown, *Henry F. Brown, Wilson 
Homer, Oilman Noyes, Jairus Walker. 

Cheater, Elizur D. Cook, John J. 
Cook. Forbes Kyle, Franklin D. Rich- 
ards, *t. k. D'Woiff. . 

Chicopee, Sylvanus Adam3, Jarvis 
Barstow, Robert E. B-jinis, Ezekiel 
Blake, Pliny Cadweil, Timothy W. 
Carter, Otis Chapman, Les'er Dickin- 
son. Amory Doolittle, Geo. II. Knapp, 
James Lyman, Clpsson Pendleton, 
Samuel A'. Shaekford, Charles Sher- 
man, *George M, Stearns. Warren 
Smirh, George S. Taylor, * JohnWeils, 
Mortimer D. Whitaker. 

Granville, 1 Rafoa H. Barlow, * Jas. 
M. Goodwin, Sam'l Root, f Elijah Sey- 
mour, William Weils. 

Holland, Ferdinand L. Barley., John 
WalHs, William A. Webber. 

Holyohe, Henry Ely. Cyras Frink, 
Stephen IJclman, Lester Newell, Wm. 
B. C. Pearsons, Solomon. B. Smith, 
Porter Underwood. 

Longmeadow, Gad O. Bliss. Dimond 
Chandler, Stephen T. Coiton. Henry 
J, Crooks. 

Ludlow, Charles Alden, Geo. Booth, 
John P. Hubbard, llezekiah Root, Eli 
M. Smith. 

JMonson, Sherman Converse, Wm. 
N. Fh nt, f John W. Foster, *Austin 
Fuller, Warren Fuller, Justin Good- 
will, Daniel I). Moody, Hiram Newton, 
John Newton, Timothy Packard, Ira 
G. Porter, Joseph L. Reynolds, Nelson 
F. Rogers, Samuel Shaw. Francis L. 
Smith, John W. Smith, Walter Smith, 
Jacob Thompson. 

Montgomery. David Allen, Barijab 
\l. Kagwin, William Squier. 

Palmer, James G. Alien, Moses 
Barnes, Alonzo V. Blanchard, Rufus 
Brown, Enoa Calkins, Gamaliel Col- 
Ins, *Gonien M. Fisfc, Dana Gran-er, 
Lyman S. Hills, Aaron King, Abraham 
K Murdock, Albert F. Nichols, Geo. 
M. Nichols, Calvin Torrey, Elias Tur- 
ner, John Ward. 

j" iseH, Newman Bishop, Adomram 
J. Bradley, Nelson D. Paiiis. 

Sovlhwkk t Homer M» Forward, Sar- 



dis Gillett, Amasa Holcomb, Ransford 
W. Kellojjsr, Car mi Shurtleff. 

Springfield, Henry Alexander, Jr., 
David Ames, fGeo. Ashmun, William 
K. Baker, Elkanah Barton, Frederick 
A. Barton, Francis Bates, *Erasmua 
D. Beach, Stephen C. Bemrs, William 
L. Bemis, Richard Bliss. f George Bliss, 
*Ephraim W. Bond, Waiter H. Bow- 
doin, Samuel Bowles, Wm. Bridgman, 
Harvey Butler, f William B. Calhoun, 
Franklin Chamberlain, Chester W. 
Chapin. Harvey Chapin, *Reuben A. 
Chapman, Thomas Chubbuck, * James 
W r . Crooks, Benjamin Day, Samuel S. 
Day, Elijah W. Dickinson, Edmund 
Freeman, Henrv Grav, Solomon 
Hatch, Erastus Hayes, R. B. Hildreth, 
*Josiah Hooker, -[Charles Howard, 
Nathaniel Howard, Joseph Ingraham, 
N. A. Leonard, James E. Mclntire, 
Ambrose N. Merrick, fJohn Mills, 
William E. Montague, Roger S. Moore, 

* Henry Morris, George B. Morris, 
Richard D. Morris, James H. Morton, 
Harvey E. Moseley, Simeon Newell. 
Norman Norton, Horatio S. Noyes, 
Edmund Palmer, Ansel Phelps. Jr., 
Joseph C. Pynchon. *Caleb Rice, Wm. 
Rice, James E. Russell, *Oas A. Sea- 
mans, Warren L. Shaw, William S. 
Shurtleff, Heman Smith, Henry Smith. 

* William L. Smith, Augustus L. Soule. 
Charles Stearns. Henry Steam-'. John 
M. Stebbins, Theo. Stebbins, * William 
Stowe, James M. Thompson, *EIipha- 
let Trask, Philos B. Tyler, Luther 
Upton, Henry Vose, George Walker. 
^Solomon Warriner, James S. "Whit- 
ney. ^Justice Wiilard, Charles A. 
Winchester, S. B. Woolworrh. 

Tolland, Hiram C. Brown, Fowler. 
T. Moore, Joseph D. Slocum, Philan- 
der F. T. Twining. 

Wales, Absalom Gardner, Cornelius 
Miller, Joel H. Rogers, Elijah Shaw, 
John Smith. 

Westjield, Jehiel Abbott, fWm. G. 
Bate?. fPafriok II. Boies, f James Fow- 
ler, Samuel Fowler, Henry Fuller, 
Comfort Gibbs, fEdward B. Gillette, 
Hiram Harrison, *Nonnan T. Leon- 
ard, *'Henrv B. Lewis. Ephraim L. 
Lincoln, David Moseley, Reuben No- 
ble, Asa P. Rand, Silas Root, Asa B. 
Whitman, Milton B. Whitney, Lucius 
Wright. 

West Springfeld, Richard Beebe, 
*Reuben Champion, Homer Ely, Wm. 
C. Hatch, Isaac B. Lowell, Edward 
Parsons, Daniel G. White, Henry 
White, Lester Williams. 

V/MxiMm, Samuel Beebe, *L. B. 
Bliss, Samuel M. Bliss, Marcius Cady, 
Dennis Knowlton, John M. Merrick, 



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MASSACHUSETTS REGISTER. 



Eleazer Scriptor, John B. Morris, Lo- 
ren C. Pease, Jesse W. Rice, William 
V. Session, William P. Speiuian. 

Trial Justices. 

Blandford, James C. Hinsdale. 

Brim field, Henry F. Brown. 
Chester, Elizur D. Cooke. 
Granville, James M. Goodwin. 
Holyoke, Porter Underwood. 
Palmer { Thomd'tke),Ga,wdMel Collins 
Westfield, Milton B. Whitney. 
WUbraham, Eleazer Scriptor. 

Notaries Public. 

Ckicopee, George M. Stearns, John 
Wells, Mortimer D. Whitaker. 

Holyoke, Stephen Holinan, Lester 
Newell, Charles W. Ranlett. 

Monson, John Newton. 

Palmier, James G. Allen. 



Springfield, Ephrz.\m W. Bond, John 

F. Comstock, James W. Crook,:, Hor- 
ace C. Lee, Charles Marsh, Jame3 H. 
Morton, Oris A. Seamans, Augustus 
L. Soule, John M. Stebbins, WUiam 
Stowe, James, M. Thompson, Henry 
Vose, George Walker. 

Westfield, Henry Fuller, Ed ward B. 
Gillette', Henry B. Lewis, Asa P. Rand, 
Milton B. Whitney. 

■ Coroners. 

Brim field, Al vin Janes. 
Chester, Herman S. Lucas. 
Granville, Ivers Lincoln. 
Holyoke, Aipheus B. Clark. 
Palmer, Elias Turner, George M. 
Nichols. 

Springfield, Elij ih Blake, William 

G. Breck, Harvey Chopin. 
Wesfield, James Holland. 



HAMPSHIRE COUNTY. 



Incorporated May 7, I0o2. 
Number of Towns, 23. 



Shire Town, Northampton. 
Population in 1S55, 3o,4S5. 



COUNTY - OFFICERS. 



Judge of Probate and Insolvency, 
Regiiter of Probate and Insolvency, 
Clerk of Courts, 
Register of Deeds, 
County Treasure^, - 

Overseers of House of Correction, 

Sheriff, - - - . - 



Deputy Sheriffs. 

Amherst, Frederick A. Palmer. 
Chesterfield, William L. Stetson 
Enfield, Geo me L. Shaw. 
Hadiey, Enos E. Cook. 
Hatfield, Lemuel S. "Bliss. 
Huntington, Harvey H. Billings. 
Northampton, Ansel Wright, Geo. j 
F. Wright, James Banks. 
Plainfield, Leonard Campbell. 
Present;. Eli W. Chapin. 
South Hadiey, Samuel N. Miller. 
Ware, Samuel H. Phelps. 
H Uliamsburqk, Luther J ^eonus. 



Samuel F. Lyman, - - Northampton. 

Luke Lyman, - - - Northampton. 

Samuel Wells, ... Northampton. 

Harvey Kirkland, - - Northampton. 

Henry S. Gere. - - •• Northampton, 
{ Samuel Welis, - - Northampton. 
< David Damon, » - - Northampton. 
C Charles Smith, - - Northampton. 

Henry A. Longley, - - Beleherioivn. 
Deputy in Franklin County. . 
Greenfield, Lorenzo D. Joslyn. 



Jailer and Master of House of 
Correction, 

Northampton, James Banks. 
Sessions of Probate Court. 



Deputies in Hampden County. 

Chester, Camden H. Babcock. 
Ckicofiee, Monzo Wait. 
IMyoke, Thos. ii. Wellington. 
Palmer, Lyman S. Hills 



At Amherst, 2,1 Tuesdays in January 
j and August 

At Beichertomn, 2d Tuesdays in May 
and October. 

Ac Chesterfield, 3d Tuesdays in May 
and October. 

Sessions of Court of Insolvency. 
At Northampton, on the first Tues- 
days of January, February, May, and 
October. On rhe second Tuesdays of 
March, April, July. August, Septem- 
i ber, November, and December. On 
! the third Tuesday of June. 



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County Commissioners, 

Elifflia H. Brewster, Worthington ; 
Km. V. Dickinson, Hadley ; Daniel 
B. Gillette, Enfold. 

Si trial Commissioners. — Cbarle3 
.%dai»s, j&thherst; Justin Thayer, 
Northampton-. 

2!jm$ of Meeting. — At Northamp- 
ton, 1st Tuesdays in March, April, 
September, and December, and Tues- 
day next after the second Monday of 
June, annually. 

Commissioners of Insolvency. 

Enfold, Epaphras Clark. 
Northampton, Horace I. Hodges. 
Southampton, Elisha Edwards 

Public Administrators. 

Hadley, Epbraiai Smith. 
Wca :, Qtis Lane. 

Masters in Chancer". 
Amhei-st, James W. Boy den. 
Belchertoum, Samuel W. E. God- 
ded. 

Commissioners to Qualify Civil 
Offlcers. 

Amherst, Iribamar Conker, Ithamar 
F. Conkey. 

Belchertown, Henry A. Longley, 
Samuel A. Shaw. 

Enfold, Epaphras Clark, Josiah B. 
Wood?. ' 

Northampton, Ilaynes II. Chilsorf, 
Harvey Kirkland,. Samuel Wells, 
Oliver Warner. Eliphalet Williams. 

Ware, Wm. S. Brakettridce, Fran- 



ks m Witt, Ge< 



L Gilbert. 



Justices of the Peaee. 

- * ' i -7 Jwi ! ces o ' the Peace and Qttornm, dcsiffna- 
■ ■ ". andJ^.--tic<sitItrouyJiijittthv OjniiaonweaUh, 
designated >-i a f.j 

AtnJierst, Lucius Boltwood, *James 
^> v ». Boydeo, Henry A. Bridgrnan, 
George Burrvharn, Jr., Simeon Clark, 
flthaniar Conkey, flthamar F. Con- 
key, John It. Cushman, Daniel Dick- 
inson, fEdward Dickinson, William A. 
Dickinson, Baxter Eastman, Newton 
Fitch, Albin P. Howe, fRodolpfaus 
B. Hubbard, Ezra Ingtahara, Daniel 
* time, Henry B. Prince, Ferdinand 
Robinson, Benj. F. Smith, Myrick N. 
Spear, Luke' Sweetser, Jared F. 
VVesteott. 

jHtkhtrtoien, Leonard Barrett, Cal- 
v -u^ L;i/i-man, Pbineas Bridgman, 
Wright Bridgman, James II. Clapp, 
franklin Dickinson, Samuel W. E. 
ftoddard, Isabel Gooiell, Thomas K. 
JJreen, Luther Holland, Henry A. 
Loaglejrj Samuel W. Longley, Daniel 



Phelp?, Wm. Phelps, David Rice, 
Mason Shaw, *Samuel A. Shaw, 
Phiio D. Willis. 

Chesterfield, *Dyar Bancroft, Oliver 
Edwards, Orson M. Pearl, *Edsel 
Witherell. 

Cnnnnington, Francis H. Dawes, 
Nathan Orcutt, Eliphalet Packard, 
Wm. Packard. 

Easthampton, William N. Clapp, 
Luther Clark, Eben'r Ferry, Charles 
B. Johnson, Lemuel P. Lyman, Addi- 
son S. Peck, Samuel Williston, Luther 
Wright, Jr.' 

Enfold, *Epaphras Clark, Iehabod- 
Pope, Charles Richards, Joseph Root, 
Geo. L. Shaw, David Smith. 

Goshen, Hiram Barrus, Luther 
Stone, Benjamin White. 

Granby, Christopher C. Aldrich, 
Rodney Ayers, Philo Chapin, Charles 
S. Ferry, Giles F. Montague, Milo A. 
Taylor. 

Greenwich, Stephen Douglas, *La- 
ban Marcy, Cullen Warner, .John 
Warner. 

Hadley, Geo. Allen, John S. Bell, 
David S. Cowles, Simeon Dickinson, 
Charles P. Hitchcock, Stephen John- 
son, Charles E. Lamson. John A. Mor- 
ton, Samuel Nash, Eleazer Porter, 
James B. Porter, Ephraim Smith, Jos. 
Smith, Thaddeus Smith, Jason Stock- 
bridge, Levi Stockbridge, Perez S. 
Williams. 

Hatfield, Samuel H. Dickinson, 
Horace W. Field, Ephraim L. Hast- 
ings, Geo. W. Hubbard, Roswell Hub- 
bard, Silas G. Hubbard. Jas. Morton, 
Moses Morton, Austin Smith. 

Huntington, Wm. O. Bell, Alfred M. 
Copeland, * Francis liar wood. Rufus 
L. T. Pomeroy, Washington Stevens, 
Horace Taylor, Jabin B. Williams, 
Lucien B. Williams, Elijah N. Woods. 

Middlefold, John L. Bell, Solomon 
F. Root, Calvin Smith. 

Northampton, Wiiliam Allen, Jr., 
fOsmyn Baker, James Banks, Benja- 
min Barrett, J. Hunt Butler, Hayneg 
H. Chilson, *Chauncy Clark, John 
Clark, ^Charles Delano, fCharles A. 
Dewey, Hiram Ferry, fCharles E. 
Forbes. *Chas. K. Hawks. * Horace I. 
Hodges, Benj. S. Johnson, Harvey 
Ivirkiand, ^Samuel ,F. Lyman, Enos 
Parsons, *A. Perry Peck, Chas. Smith, 
Milo J. Smith, *Samuel T. Spaulding, 
Hiram Stebbios, Wm. II. Stoddard, 
Abijah \V\ Thayer, fOliver Warner, 
Luther I. Washburn, Jonathan L. 
Wells, *Samuel Wells, Josiah D. 
Whitney, -Eliphalet Williams, Zenas 
Wright. 
PelAam, David Abercrombie, Cal- 



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MASSACHUSETTS REGISTER. 



vin D. Eaton, Horace Gray, Ansel A. ' 
Kan kin. 

Plawfteld, Elijah Clark, Albert Dy- 
er, Isaac K. Lincoln, Jason Richards, 
David Shav-', George Vining. 

Prescott, Eli W. Chapin, Charles 
Hodgkind. 

Southampton, Elisha Edwards, Eli- 
aba A. Edwards. Jonathan N. Judd, 
Samuel Lyman, Noah L. Strong. 

South Had ley, ObadiahP. Ingrahara, 
*Wells Lathrop, Gilbert A. Smith, 
David Turner, Warren L. Waterman. 

Ware, John Bowdoin, *Wm. S. 
Brakenridi£e, Joseph Cummings, Ar- 
thur L. Devens, f Francis De Witt, 
William O. Eaton, *George IT. Gil- 
bert, Benj. F. Golf, Aaron Gould, Ira 
P. Gould. Jo^ph Hariwell, Wm. S. 

B. Hopkins, William Hyde, Otfa'Laue, 
Samuel H. Phelps, Ebsnez-er C. Rich- 
ardson, Orrin Sage, Addison Sanford, 
Charles A. Stevens. 

Wes'thampion, Anson Chapman, Joel 
Cook. John A. Judd, Almon B. Lud- 
den, Jesse Lyman. 

Williamsburg, Lewis Bod man, * Sal- 
mon H. Clapn, Joel Hayden, Daniel 
F. Morton, Spencer Koot, Cornelius 
Tiles ton, Addison II. White, fEpdiralm 
11 Wright 

Worthington, John Adams. William 
A. Bates, Elisha H. Brewster, Edward 

C. Porter, Ethan C. Sing, 



Trial Justices. 

Amherst, Jam^s W. Bovden. 
Belchertown, Franklin Dickinson. 
Enfield, Epaphras Clark. 
Huntington, Elijah N. Woods. 
Northampton, Horace I. Hodges. 

Ware, Wm. S. Brakenridge. 

Worthington, Eliaha H. Brewster. 

Notaries Public. 

Amherst, James W. Boyden. Ed- 
ward Dickinson. 

Chesterfield, Dyar Bancroft. 

Enfield, Epaphras Clark. 

Northampton, Charles Delano, Chas. 
K. Hawks, Jamps Hibbec, A. Perry 
Peck, Samuel T. Spaulding, Abijah 
W. Thayer, Jonathan L. Weils, Jpaiah 
D. Whitney. 

Ware, Arthur L. Devens, Benjamin 
F. Gcft, Otis Lane. 

Coroners. 
Amherst, Solomon K. Eastman. 
Belchertown, Henry A. Longiey. 
Chesterfield, Joel Wiilcurt. 
Eastliampton, Addison S. Peck. 
• Greenwich, Stephen Douglas. 
Ida 'leu, Eieazer Porter. 
Half eld, Austin Smith. 
Northampton, Ansel Wright. 
South Hadlev. William Lester. 
Ware, David W. Miner. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 

Incorporate May 10, 1043. Shirk Towns. Cambridge, Concord 

and Lowell. 
Number of Towns. 51. Population in 1855, 194,062. 



COUNTY" OFFICERS. 
Judge of Prolate and Insolvency, Wm. A. Richardson, 



Lowell. 



"-■*</*• ■ yj -«- ' <-■»«-" «•" .•"" — .-• 

Register of Probate and Insolvency, Joseph H. Tyler, (East) Cambridge. 

Assistant i; (i Esaac F. Jones, - (East) Cambridge. 

Clerk of the Courts, - - Setb Ames, - - - Cambridge. 

Assistant " - - - Marshall Preston, - - Lexington 

Register of Deeds, (S. District), Caleb Hayden, - (East) Cambridge 

Register of Deeds, (N, District), Aaabel B r Wright, - - Lowell 

.-, . •.' * o.j.__- m, ...7- ...'.- ,™« 



Court tg Treasurer 

Overseers House of Correctio 



Sheriff, 



Am 03 Stone, 
/"William Parmenter, 
-I Samuel Chandler, 
l James M. Usher, 

John S. Keyes, - 



Charlestown. 

Cambri ] <: J - 

Lexington. 

Alt iford. 

Concord. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 



61 



Deputy Sheriffs. 
Cambridge (Pert), Hosea Jewell. 
Cambridge (East), Sam *i W. Rich- 

Charlestotcn, John B. Dearborn. 
Concord, John B. Moore. 
FmminMam, Joseph G. Bannister. 
Groton, '£. S. Clark. 
ffopkinton, Elijah Winship. 
Lowell, Joseph Butterfield, Edwin 
L. Shed, Philip V. Thomas. 
Marlborough, John W. Moore. 
Mi dfonU John T. White. 
Xaticb, Ephraim II. Brigham. 
Xewton, Horatio N. Hyde. 
Heading, John P. Sherman. 
Towmend, B. F. Lewis. 
Waltham, Eben W. Fiske. 
Woburn, Thomas J. Porter. 

Crier of Courts. 

Concord, Moses Priehard. 

Jailers. 

Cambridge, Caarles J. Adams. 
Concord, Samuel Staples. 
Lowell, Joseph B. Iveyes. 

blaster of House of Correction. 
Cambridge, Cbailes J. Adams. 

Sessions of the Probate Court. 

At Cambridge, on the 2d Tuesdays 
of each month except Ju;y, aud on the 
44 n Tuesdays of January, February. 
March, April. August, November, and 
December. 

At Concord, on the 1st Tuesdays of 
January, March, May, and October, • 

At Framingham, on the 4th Tues- 
day.! of June and October. 

At Groton, on the 4th Tuesdays of 
May and September. 

At Lowell, on the 1st Tuesdays of 
February, April, June, September, 
and December. 

Sessions of the Court of Insolvency. 

At Lowell, on the 1st Wednesday of 
each month except July and August. 

At Concord, on the 1st Tuesdays of 
January, March, May, aud October. 

A:t Cambridge, on the 2d and 4th 
Wednesdays of each month except 
•July, and on other days every week 
by special assignment and adjourn- 
ment. 

Gouo ty Commissioners. 

Leonard Huntress, lewksbury; John 
K. G'oinwj Shirley ; Paul H. Sweetser. 
South Ihzading, 

Special Com avsioners. : -~ "William 
Hastings, Framingham ; John Fletch- 
er, Acivn, 



Times and Places of Meeting: — At 
Cambridge, on the IstTuesday of Jan- 
uary ; at Concord, on the 1st Tuesday 
of June ; and at Lowell, en the 1st 
Tuesday of September. 

Commissioners of Insolvency. 

Lowed, Luther J. Fletcher. 
Naiick, John W. Bacon. 
Waltham, Josiah Butter. 

Public Administrators. 

CJiarlestovm, Duncan Bradford. 
Concord, Nathan Brooks. 
Framingham, Moses Edgell. 

Blasters in Chancery. 

Cambridge (East), Ezra Ripley, 
Joseph H. Tyler. 

Charlestown, Charles Robinson, Jr. 

Lowell, Arthur P. Bonney, William 
S. Gardner. 

Commissioners under Personal 
JLiberty Act. 

Cambridge, Henry W. Muzzey. 
Melrose, Samuel E, SewaU. 

Commissioners to Qualify Civil 
Officers. 

Cambridge, Seth Ames, Isaac Fiske. 
John G. Palfrey, Nathaniel 11. Whit- 
ney. 

Charlestown, Thos. Sumner, Cbas. 
Thompson, George Washington War- 
ren. 

Concord, Nathan Brooks, Nehemiah 
Ball, George Heywood. 

Framingham, Charles R. Train. 
Moses Ivi-'o!!. 

Gfoto 
tuck. 



snj. P. Dix, Walter Shat- 



Lowell, Alpfaeus R. Brown, Nathan 
Crosby, John W. Graves, S. W. Stick- 
Bey. 

■Neibton, Horace R, Wetherell. 

'Reading, Alfred A. Prescott. 

Shirley, James 0. Parker, James C. 
Parsons. 

S'.oneham, Dexter Bucknarn, George 
W. Dike, Alonzo V. Lynde. 

Weston, Isaac Fiske. 

Justices of the Peace. 

■ r, . :-. -\ \gjwttir. *a the V* i 
... , a", and Justice* m thi 
tuzuith, destgaattui ly a t-i 

Acton, Robert Chain n, Abraham 
Conanr, Ebenezer Davis, Winthrop 
E. Faulkner. Alden Fuller, Andrew 
Hapgood, * Stevens Hay ward, Sam'l 
llosuier, John M. Miles, closes Taylor, 
Zoheth Taylor, * Francis Tuttle,Wm. 
D. Tattle, "Daniel Wetherbee. 

Ashby, Cashing Burr, Leonard 
French, Francis W. Wright, Stephen 
Wyman. 



? rid ijiiorttm, detiq~ 
•. ; mi Utti Common- 



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MAS3ACHUSE1TS REGISTER. 



Ashland, Andrew Allard, Wm. F. J F. Boyd, Josiah Brackett, Dun< 

Ellis. Elba Groat, Benjamin Homer, 



Luther E. Leiand, Wm. Seaver. 

Bedford, Phineas \\\ Chamberlin, 
Amos B. Cutler, Thos. Sriies. 

BUlerica, Hezekiah C. Bickford, 
Leander Crosby, Dudley Foster, Chas. 
H. Hill, Jonathan Hill, Benj. L. Jud- 
kins, Charles H. Parker, John A. 
Rogers, Amoa Spalding. George H. 
Whitman. 

Boxboro', Francis Conant, .loan 
Fletcher, Cephas Hart-well, Oliver 
Wetherbee. 

Brighton. Henry Baldwin, Stephen 
H. Bennett, Isaac G. Braman, Elijah 
Clark, Joseph Duncklee, Wiiiard A. 
Harrington, David Hart, Cbas. Heard, 
John S. Kelley, Sedgwick S. Plumer, 
William C. Strong, William Warren, 
William W. Warren, Francis L. Win- 
ship. 

Burlington, Nathan Blanchard, Silas 
Caller, Abner Shedd, Wm. Winn. 

'Cambridge, * Seth Ames, Isaiah 
Bangs, William A. Brewer, * Joseph 
T. 'Buckingham, Josiah Barrage, 
*Ephraim Buttrick, Robert Carter, 
Henry AL Chamberlain, Elijah P. 
Clark, Josiah W. Cook, Edmund 
T Dana ; John B. Dana, Richard 
H. Dana. Jr., Eliphalet Davis, Epes 
S. Dixwell, Abraham Edwards. John 
C. Farnham, James C. Fisk. Nathan 
Fiske, Chas. Folsom, Samuel H. FoL 
som, * James D. Green, Samuel S. 
Green, Caleb Hay den, Ezekitd Hay- 
den, John Heosbaw,Jos. A.Holmes, 
BelaF. Jacobs, Justin A. Jacobs-* Isaac 

F. denes. Chester W. fiingsley, "John 
S, Ladd, Abraham Lansing, Chas. C. 
Little,* George W. Livermore, *Isaac 
Livermore, John Livermore, Edmund 

G. Lucas, Lorenzo Marrett, Ephraim 
Marston, Charles R. Metcalf, James 
R. Morse, Henry W. Muzzey, Wm. 
H. Odiorne, Frederick J. Ordway, 
Lucius R Page.f John & Palfrey, 
t Joel Parker, * Wm. Parmenter, Win. 
Peirce, Henry Potter, Edward Rich- 
ardson, James P. Richardson, * Ezra 
Ripley, John Sargent. Chs: B, Stevens, 
Geo. Stevens, Levi Al. Stevens, Henry 
Thayer, Jas.B. Thayer. * Joseph H. 
Tyler, f Emory Washburn, Benjamin 
Welch, Benjamin W. Whitney, Joseph' 
Whitnev, *Nathaniel R. Whitney, 
Wiiliaal L. Whitney, Thos. J. Whitte- 
more, Charles Wood, Win. U'yman. 

Ca i ■ ■ , George F. Duren. 

Ckarfesioien, Edwin F. Adams, Geo. 
S* Adams, James Adams, f Nathaniel 
Austin, Kendall Bailey, George W. 
Bartlett, Ebenezer Barker, -£ Luther 
Y. Bell, Alonzo W. Boardman, Joseph 



Bradford, Philander S. Briggs, Abram 
Chamberlin, John Cheever, Joseph 
H. Converse, Gilbert D. Cooper, Sam- 
uel P. Croswell, * James Dana, John 
B. Dearborn, Patrick Derivir, Thomas 
1\I. Devens, Thomas Doane, Thomas 
J, Eliot, William C. Farnsworth, Jacob 
Foss, Henry K. Frothingham, * Jas. 
K. Frothingham, Richard Frothing- 
ham, Jr., James G% Fuller, Thomas 
Greenleaf, John Q. A. Griffin, Gusta- 
vus V. Hall, Albert 0. Hart, Joseph 
S. Hart. Charles C. Play ward, Benja- 
min Hinckley, James Hunnewell, 
Geo. H. Jacobs, Geo. P. Kettell, Justin 
Lawrence, Seth W.Lewis. Stephen H. 
Lvnde, Eliab P. Mackintire, Geo. B. 
Neal, Wm. W. Peirce, Chas. Poole, 
Bickford Pulsiler, Jr., Jas. H. Rand. 
Samuel Raymond, Edward Riddle, 
Chas. Robinson. Jr., Charles. B. 
Rogers, Timothy T. Sawyer, Wm. B. 
Stearns, Amos Store, Phineas J. 
Stone, * Thos. Sumner, f Abraham R. 
Thompson, f Charles Thompson, Ed- 
ward Thorndike, * G. Washington 
Warren, Wm. W. Wheildon, Paul 
Wiiiard, Sidney A. Wiiiard, Wm. 
Williams, 

Chelmsford, Benj. Adams, Nathan 

B. Edwards. Ziba Gay, Jr., Samuel 
P. Hadley, Jonathan J, Hoyt. * Eli 
P. Parker, Dawson Pollard, Joseph 
Reed, Christopher Roby, Alpheus 
Spaulding, Eli F. Webster. 

Concord, * Nehemiait Ball, George 
3VI. Brooks, -[Nathan Brooks, f Simon 
Brown, John M. Cheney, Charles B. 
Davis, Jacob B. Farmer, Addison G. 
Fay, * George Hey wood, John S. 
Keyes, Joseph Reynolds, Daniel Shat- 
tu-ck, Jonathan Wheeler. ■ 

Dracvt, * Jefferson Bancroft, Col- 
burn Blood. Asa Clement, Geo. W. Co- 
burn, Ira Hall. Isaac Holden, Theo. 
Parker, Henry Richardson. Atkinson 

C. Varnum, Chas. B. Varnuin. 
Dunstable, Allen Cummings, Benj. 

French, Peter Swallow. 

Framingham, * Colman S. Adams, 
Albert Ballard, Jas. W. Brown, Alex- 
ander Clark. Newell Clark, Moses 
Edgell, Consrantine C. Esty, Charles 
Fiske, Charles J. Frost, Joseph Ful- 
ler. Jonathan Greenwood, Otis F. 



Ha -tin; 



Wm. Hastings, * Abiel S. 



Lewis, t Wm, G. Lewis, Franklin. 
Manson, Warren Nixon. Elijah Puffer, 
Henry Richardson, Ebenezer Stone, 
Elias Temple, "Chas. VL Train. John 
Wenzell, Chas. S. Whitmore, Simon 
Whitney. 

Grolon, Jonathan S. Adams, Abra- 
ham Andrews, tGeo. S. Bautwell, 



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63 



Andrew J.Clough, Benjamin P. DIx, 
M. Elo'Jingsworth, Edward A. 
,\<-;iy. John M. i orter, Abel Prescott, 
* Suntnd W. Rowe, Bradford Russell, 
Walter tthattuck, John Spauiding, Jr., 
A'Jen Warren. 



;;, .-,,.,, 



.•cniarnin v 



Batchelder, 



I ither Bellows, Elias Ballard, John 
Ctailin, Eiijah F. Dewitig, Amasa 
Forrtstall, Abner Johnson, George E. 
,3 jhnson, * Alden Leland. Clark Lit- 
: Held, Eliel Little.Seld, Samuel Pay- 
ion, Abel Pond, Samuel P. Smith, 
Orrin Thomson. 

Hopkinton, Uriah Bowker, Nathan 
P. Coburn, Samuel D. Davenpost, 
Daniel Eames, John A. Fitch, Cle- 
ment Meserve, Silas Miriek, Augus- 
tus Phipps, Tyloses Phipps, Jos. Valen- 
tine, Lucius II. Wakefield, Albert 
Wood, 

Lexington, Wm. Chandler, f Cha3. 
Hniison, William Plumer, Marshall 
Preston, Sim~n W. Robinson, Syiva- 
nui W. Smith, 'Eoyalv B.Willis. 

Lincoln, James L. Chapin, William 
Foster, Edward F. Hodges. 

Littleton, Daniel Boiles, Benjamin 
Disc, Betex C. Edwards, Jonathan 
liartwell, Shattuck HartwelL Jos. A. 
ilirwooj, James Kimball, William 
Kimball, Samuel Smith. 

L&weil, Julian Abbot, James C. 
Abbott, *Josiah G. Abbot:, *Joel 
A lams, John T. K. Adams, * Edwin 
A. Alger, Hiram A, Alger, Otis Allen, 
John Avery. James C. Aver, James 
11. B. Aver, f Homer Bartlett, Frank 
i" . Battles, George W. Bean, Ifhamar 
A. Beard,John Bennett, Harrison G. 
i l lisdell, Andrew Blood, Arthur P. 
Bonney, Amos R. Boynton, Artemas 
L. Brook's, *Alpheus R. Brown, 
* Samuel A. Brown, Ethan Bitmap, 
•Benjamin F. Butler, * Joseph Buiter- 
•Jnid, Abner W. Battrick, John A. 
Buttriek, *Robert B. Caveriy. *Linus 
Child, Jeremiah Clark, Joshua Con- 
v-r.-o, James Cook, *Homer A. Cooke, 
fcaac Cooper, * Horatio G. F. Corliss, 
Cbas. Cowiey, Alanson Crane, *Nathan 
Crosby,, Joshua W.Daniels, Wm. David- 
; -i. Robins Dinsrnore. Erastus Boug- 



Ali 



■.^.1* *>. irarr, James k. bellows, 
Lather J. Fletcher, James B. Francis, 
Abram French, Cyril French. Josiah 
B. French. Abner Frost, *Wiiliam S. 
Gardner, Robert J. Garrett, John A. 
Cobdwin, Isaac N. Goodhue, *John 
W, GraveSj * Samuel P. Had ley, Jr., 
Feter I Liberty, Philip Hardr, Asa 
UiUrefh, EKphalet Hills. Frederic 
Hohon, Horace Howard, James M. 
Howe, Lorenzo G.Howe, Moses G. 
Howe, fJElisha Huntington, Samuel K. 



Hutchinson, Benjamin F. Jackson, 
Andrew F. Jewett, Jeremiah P. Jew- 
ett, Joseph J. Judkins, Jonathan Ken- 
dall, *Joseph B. Keyes, John F. 
Kimball, William Kittredge, f Chaun- 
cey L. Knapp, * John A. Knowles, 
Jonathan Ladd, William Lamson, 
Jr., Bickford Lang, Cyrus Latham, 
Ambrose Lawrence, Samuel Law- 
rence, James Loughran, ;if Sewa!l G. 
Mack, James J. Maguire, Albert Mal- 
lard, John F. Manahan, -Stephen 
Mansur, Joshua ^ST. Marshall, John B. 
McAlvin, John H. McAlvin, Hugh 
McEvoy, John F. MeEvoy, Darius 
Merriam, Jcshua Merrill, Samuel N. 
Merrill, Samuel Meserve, flsaac S. 
Morse, John Nesmith, Arthur F. L. 
Norris, Francis H. Nourse, Thomas 
Ordway, Wm. F, Osgood, EphraimB. 
Patch, f Joslah G. Peabody, Timothy 
Pearson, Albert B. Plimpton, Samuei 
C. Pratt, Thomas W. Pressey, Abel 
Richardson, Dan'l. S. Richardson. Geo. 
F. Richardson, jWm. A. Eichardson, 
Augustus B. Roby, John F. Rogers. 
Stephen P. Sargent, George F. Saw- 
tell, Elhanan W. Scott, *Edward F. 
Sherman, Sidney Spalding, * George 
Stevens, Samuel W. Stickney, Holland 
Streeter, Chas. A. F. Swan, Joshua 
Swan, *Theo. H. Sweetser, Philip V. 
Thomas, Abraham Tilton, Samuel J. 
Tuttle, Artemas S. Tyler, 'Wm. D. 
Vinall, Edw, F. Watson, *WilKam P- 
Webster, Charles A. Welch, *Tap'pan 
Wentworth, Oliver M. Whipple, Jos. 
White, Frederick A. Whitney, John 
Willoughby, Asahel Bliss Wright, 
Ilapgood Wright, John Wright, Wal- 
ter \V right. 

Maiden, Elisha S. Converse, Solo- 
mon Corey, George P. Cox, James H. 
Dix, j William J. Fames, Joseph Ger- 
rish, John Q. A. Griffin, Gilbert 
Haven, Benjamin G. Hill, Azro D. 
Lamson, Charles Lev/is, William S. 
Stearns, Henry E. Turner, Joshua 
Webster. 

Marlboro-, Obadiah W. Albee, Wm. 
Barnes, Lambert Bigelow, Alexander 
C. Fekoc, Wm. B. Gaie, Isaac Hay- 
den, Elbridge Howe, Nathaniel Long- 
ley, Hollis Boring, George E. Manson, 
Stephen Morse, Stephen Pope, Nichol- 
son B. Proctor, George S. Rawson, 
Benj. F. Underbill, Solomon Weeks, 
Jabez S. Witherbee, Wm. H. Wood. 

Medford, t Glihti C. Baker, Charles 
Caldwell, Timothy Catting, James O. 
Curtis, Alex. Greg?, Joseph P. Hall, 
Edmund T. Hastings, Aaron K. Ha- 
thaway George D, Porter, Thacher 
R. Raymond, *John SparreU, Frank- 
lin L. Tay, J as. M. Usher. 



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Melrpse, William Bogle, Jonathan 
Cochran, Samuel O. Dearborn, Wm. 
G. Farnsworth, Wm. J- Farnsworth, 
fDameli W. Gooch, Elbridge Greene, 
Philip B. Holmes, Caleb' Howard, 
*AIoi:zo V. Lynde, Jeremiah Martin, 
Horatio N. Perkins, John Shelton. 

Nalick, John W. Bacon, Moses 
Earnest Benjamin F. Ham, Stedman 
Hartwell, Jonathan B. Mann, Edwin 
C. Morse, Ashur Pariin, Elijah Ferry, 
John J. Perry, Nath'l Smirh, Geo. H. 
Stone, Edward Waicoit, fHenry Wil- 
son. 

Newton, Joseph N. Bacon, F. W. 
Bacon, Joseph Barney, Charles N. 
Bracketf. fEhenezer Bradbury, Sam '1 
Chism, Wm. Claflin, Edward J. Col- 
lin?, *6e;h Davis, J, Wiley Edmands, 
Moses Garfield, Watson Goward, 
David K. Hitchcock, Edwin Holman, 
George W. Hoogs, Ezra C. Hutohins, 
Horario N. Hyde, James F. C. Hyde, ■ 
Samnei Jeun'ison, Jr., Wm. Kenriek, 
Bnsrin Lancy, Jas, \V. Rice, Marshall 
S. Rice, Thomas Rice, Jr., J. St. 
Clair, Adolphus Smith, * Andrew II. 
Wrtrd, Andrew H. Ward, Jr., Wm. 
Ward, Horace R. Wet'herell, Loring 
Wheeler, Henry B. Williams, Eben- 
ezer Woodward. 

North Reading, Joel A. Abbott, 
Samuel P. Breed, Charles F. Flint, 
Daniel Flint, Joan F. Hammond, F. 
F. Root. 

Pepperetl, Christopher W. Bellows, 
L. W.'BUke, Sumner Carter, Samuel 
Farrar, Arnold Hutchinson, Samuel 
A. Jewett, Charles Tarbell, Samuel 
Tucker. 

Reading, Jonathan Baldwin, John 
Batchelder, Jas. S. Campbell, Stephen 
Foster, Abiel Holder,, Cfaauncey P. 
Judd, Stillman E. Parker, Dan'l Pratt, 
Jr., Nathan P. Pratt, Alfred A. Pres- 
cott, Joihua Preseoti. Thomas Rich- 
ardson, Thos. Sweerser, Caleb Wake- 
field. Horace P. Wakefield, William 
J. Wight-man, Hiram F. Wright. 

Sherbom, Jeremiah Butler* Amos 
Clark, Frederick Lefond, Silas S one. 

Sturdy, Ptoses T. Gardner, James 
Gerrish, John K. Coin?, Oliver Howe, 
Israel Lonsley, J#hn Park, ,Jac— C. 
Parsons, Peter Tarbeil, Thomas Whit- 
ney. 

Somerville, Alfred Alien, A'bon II. 
Bailey, Gilman P. Besent, George O. 
Brastow, John H. Brookhonse, Kd- 
nvaud F. CnttiT, Reuben E. Denman, 
Asa Fiskc, John Lv. Hall, Charles IL 
Huds m, John C. Magoun, Erasmus 
A. X rfris, Francis L. Raymond, 
Moses H. Su.enr, John. James Saw- 
yer, Isaac F. Shepard, Jas. M. Shute, 



Francis Tufts, Jas. S. Tuttle, Columbus 
Tyler, John E. Tyler, Benj. Wood- 
ward. 

South Reading. John B. Atwell, 
Ebenezer Avery, Lucius Beebe, Jas. 
O. Bos.well, William L. Brown, Henry 
L. Eaton, Lil!ey Eaton, Abel F. Hut- 
chinson, Edward Mansfield, Daniel 
Norcross, James Oliver, Noah Smith, 
Paul II. Sweetser, Edward A. Upton, 
B. B. Wiley, »Wxxl H. Willis. 

Stoneham, *Dexter Bucknara, Ed- 
ward Bucknam, David H Burnham, 
George Cowdry, Silas Dean, f George 
W. Dike, Lyman Dike, Amasa Far- 
rier, *Ira Gerry, J. Parker Gould, 
Cyrus Hay, *Alouzo V. Lynde, Sam'i 
Tidd, *David Tilton. 

Stow, Seth Bass, Henrv Fowler. 
Elijah Hale, Charles Tower,' Joel Wal- 
cutt, Edwin W r hitney. 

Sudbury, Asahei Balcolm, Christo- 
pher G. Cutler, Drury Fairbanks, 
Lyman Howe, Charles Thompson. 
Ephraim Stone. 

Tewksbury, Jona. Brown, Leonard 
Huntress, Caleb Livingston, f Thomas 
J. Marsh, Horatio C. Merriam.- Elijah 
M. Read, Wm. Rogers, B. F. Spauid- 
ing, Samuel Thompson. 

Townsend, Noah Ball, Ezra Blood, 
Daniel L. Brown, George Green, 
Stillman Haynes, Samuel Jenkins, Jr., 
Henry Sceva, Levi Sherwin, Levi 
Stearns, Frederic A. Worcester. 

Tyngsboro% Timothy Butter&eld, 
Lowell Lawrence. 

Wahham, Horatio Adams, jNathan- 
iel P. Banks, *John Clark, Daniel 
Emerson, Daniel French, George W. 
Frost, Nahum Hardy, Ebenezer Hobbs, 
Wn>. Hobbs, Win. II. Keith, D. A. 
Kimball, Jarvis Lewis, George W. 
Lyman, Arad Moore, James G. Moore, 
Chauneey Newhall, Josiah flatter, J. 
Herbert- Shedd, Gustavus A. Somerby, 
Fred. M. Stone, Samuel B. Whitney. 

Water town, * Charles Be mis, Isaac 
V. Be.misj Seth Beinis, Frank W. 
Bigelow, * Tyler Bigelow. Joseph 
Crafts, George Frazer, Abner French, 
Hiram Hosrner, Wm. H. In'graham, 
Timothy Jackson. Samuel O. Mead, 
Samuel Richardson, Isaac Bobbins, 
John \V. Welhnan, Charles Wilkins. 

Wai/laridj dimes S. Draper, David 
Heard, Lewis Jones, f Edward Mellen, 
Sylvester Reeves, Jr., Henry Wight. 

West Cambridge^ Washington Jef- 
ferson Lane, John Locke, Mansur W- 
Marsb, Jesee P. Pattee, *Jas. Russell, 
Thomas Russell. 

Westford, Ephraim Abbot, John W- 
P. Abbot, John B. Fletcher,' Ephraim 
A. liar wood, Joseph Hildreth, True- 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY, 



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worthy Kejres, Daniel C M->ad, Luther 
Pn»#cott, Solomon Richardson. 

Weston, *A!pheus le-gc'ow, Samuel 
II. F. Bingham, *Isaac Fiske, John 
L. Gourgas, Nathan Hajar, Edwin 
Hubbs, Isaac June?, Benj. Pierce. 

Wilmington, Henry Blanebanl, 
Chas II. Carter, William H. Carter, 
Lemuel C. Eames. 

Winchester;, Cyrus Bancroft, fjohn 
A. Boiler, Oliver K. Clark; Loriog 
Emerson, Josiah Hovey, William In- 
gails, N. A. Richardson, Samuel S. 
Richardson, Chanes Russell, Jpsiah F. 
S-'one, Benj. F. Thompson, Edwin A. 
Wadfeigh. . 

Woburn, Bowen Buekman, Charles 
Choate, * Joshua P. Gonverse^Martin 
L. Converse, Parker L. Converse, 
John Cuunnings, Jr., John G. Flagg, 
Edwin Fuller. Asahel Goodell, Wm. 
T. G rammer, Edward D.tlayden, A. II. 
Hay wood, Joshua E, Littleiieid, John 
Nelson, Stephen Nichols, Austin H. 
Per tins, James M. Randall, Albert L. 
Richardson, Absjah Thompson, Cyrus 
Thompson, *Leonard Thompson, Lew- 
Is L. Whitney, Moses F. Winn, Chas. 
C. Woodman. 

Trial Justices. 

A.ddand, William Seaver. 

Brighton, Henry Baldwin. 

Chwiesiown, Charles C. Ilaywaid. 
Charles Robinson, Jr. 

Chelmsford, Nathan 13. Edwards. 

Concord, Neoemiah Ball. 

Framingkam, Colman S. Adams. 

Groton, Samuel W. Rowe. 

EoUiston, Aldtn LoJ*l4,.' Orrin 
Thompson*. 

JJopkihton, Samuel D. Davenport. 

Maiden, Benjamin G. Hill. 

Marlborough, Alexander C. Felfcpn. 

Medford, George D. Porter. 

Nalick, George H. Stone. 

Newton. James F. C. Hyde. 

Shirley, Andrew J. Ciongh. 

South Reading, Edward A. Upton. 

Tow nsend % Denial L. Brown. 
I \ 'a'lh a m , Josia h Rut t er. 
Westford, Luther Prescott; 
Woburn, Parker L. Converse. 

^Notaries Public. 

Brighton, Charles Heard, John S. 
Kelly. 

Cambridge, Franklin Hall, George 
W. Liverntore, George F. MeLellau, 
Wm. iViree, Be -j. W. Whitney. 

CAarlt^totcn, Jam .;.>H. Allen,* Na&'i 
Austin, Duncan Bradford, J. Q. A. 
GritUh, George B. Neai, Thomas 
Sumaer. 



Concord, Nathan Brooks'. 

Framlngham, Constantine C. Esty. 

Groton, Asa S. Lawrence. 

Holliston, Eli as Bui lard. 

Hopkinion, Silas Mirick, 

Lowell, Edwin A. Alger, John A. 
Buttrick. Jainei G. Carney, David 
Hyde, John A. Knowlea, Isaac S. 
Morse, S. W. Stiekney, Abel Whit- 
ney. 

^ Maiden, Benj. G. Hill, Albert F. 
Sargent. 

Melrose, Samuel O. Dearborn, Wal- 
ter Littleiieid, Jr. 

Newton, Andrew B. Cobb, Samuel 
Jennison, Jr. 

South Reading, William L. Brown, 
Henry L. Eaton. 

Townsend, Edward Ordway, Jam-^g 
N. Tucker. 

Waltham, Josiah Beard. 
Woburn, Alpha E. Thompson. 



Coroners. 

Aclon, Luther Conant, Winthrop E. 
Faulkner. 

Ashland, John A. Whitney. 

Brighton, Isaac G. B^aman. 

Cambridge, Nathan Fiske. 

Cambridge (East), Chas. J.Adams. 

Carlisle. Jonas Parker. 

Charlestown, John B. Dearborn. 
Thomas Sumner. 

Concord., John B. Moore. 

Dunstable, George P. Wright. 

Framingham, Joseph G. Bannister, 
Henry Cowles, Wm. G. Lewis, Ails-Oil 
W. Wintrier, H Biehs-rdsdn. 

Groton. Eusebius S. Cla'k, Abel 
Farnsworth, John M. Porter. 

Holliston, Samuel P. Smitha 

Jiopkinton, Silas Mirick. 

Littleton, Samuel Smith, 

Lowell. Walter Burnbam, Josiah B. 
French, Jeremiah P. Jewett, Edwin 
L. Shed, Joel Spalding. 

Marlboro 1 , Levi F Whitmore. 

Medford, John T. W bite. 

■Melrose, Jonathan Cochran. . 

Nuttck, Alexander Cooledge. 

Newien, Adolphus Smith, Henry M. 
Stimson. 

LeppertlLhiVdc Boynton,Jr., Luther 
Tarbell, 2d. 

Somerville, John C. Magoim. 

South Reading. Daniel Noreross. 
Ty'ru/fibo*)', Rufus M. Blod^ett. 
\i'abha?n. Lorn W. FUce, William 
Ilohbs. 

Way land, William Heard, 2d. 
Wtstjord, Solomon Richardson. 
i', r <>0ur;:, John Nelson, Thoaias 
Porter. 



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NANTUCKET COUNTY. 



INCORPORATED JUNE 20, 1695. POPULATION IX 1855, 8.0f>4. 






COUNTY OFFICERS, 



Judge of Probate and Insolvency, 
Rt jkter of Probate and Insolvency, - 
Town and County Treasurer, - 
Clerk of the Courts, - 
Register of Deeds, - 

Sheriff, 

Crier of Courts, - 

Jailer and Master of He use of Correction, 



Edward M. Gardner. 
Wit liana Barney, 
George Cobb, 
George Cobb, 
Asa G. Bunker, 
Uriah Gardner, 
Caleb Cushman, 
Benjamin Kay, 



Nantucket. 
Nantucket. 
Nantucket. 
Nantucket. 
Nantucket. 
Nantucket. 
Nantucket. 
Nantucket. 



Sessions of Probate Court. 
Holdcn first Saturday of every 
inontJa. 

Commissioners of "Wrecks. 

Nantucket, Wm. Barney, Geo. W. 
Coffin, liulip H- Folger, Thomas A. 
Gardner, Geo. Myrick, E. W. Gard- 
ner, Daniel Russell, Jr., Samuel B. 

Swain. 

Public Administrator. 
Nantucket, Samuel G. Mitchell. 

Commissioner of Insolvency. 

Nantucket, George Cobb. 

Commissioners to Qualify Civil 
Officers. 

Same* M. Bunker, George Cobb, 
Timothy Hussey. 

Notaries Public. 

Wm. Barney, James 31. Bm ker, 
Caleb Cushman, Philip U. Folder,. 



| Edward M, Gardner, Samuel Mitchell, 
i Andrew J. Morton. 

I 

Coroners. 

Elisha M. Hinckley, Geo. Brown, 
Justices of the Peace. 

i [Inclurfing Jm'icea of ilie Peace and Quorum, a"e- 
I sig viedkya *, and Ju.-tv.es throughout tlie Common- 
j wealth, designated by a f.j 

Nantucket, *Wm. Barney, *Jbtm 
Vv r . Barrett, Asa G. Bunker, *James 
M. Bunker, *Geo. Cobb, Wm. Cobb, 
Caleb Cufehman, James Eaton, 2d, 
Elisha P. Fearing, ^Philip H. Folger, 
Wm. C. Folger, Edward M. Gardner, 
Timothy Hussey, Alfred Maey, Thos. 
Maev, Francis 3d. Mitchell, Samuel 
Mitchell, fWmiam Mitchell, William 
B. Mitchell, Andrew J. Morton, *Baul 
West. 

Trial Justices. 

Nantucket, James M. Bunker, Sam'l 
Mitchell. • 



NORFOLK COUNTY, 



Incorporated March 2< 

K umber of Towns, 23, 



Shire Town, Dedham. 

Population in 1655, 94,448. 



COUNTY OFFICERS, 



Judge of Predate and Insolvency y 
Ilegrfcier of Probate and Insolvency 7 
Clerk of Courts, - 
Heqisier of Deeds, - 



Geo. White, 
Jonathan II. Cobb, 
Ezra W. Sampson, 
Enoa Foord, - 



Qtdncy. 
Dedham. 

Dedham. 
Dedham, 



NORFOLK COUNTY. 



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R. 



County Trcas>,'rer : 

<■' v.v, -r* of House of Correction, 

Sheriff^ - - ' - 

Peputy Sheriffs. 

Canton, £ufus C. Wood. 
Dedham, Augustus B. Endicott. 

] i \rche$ter, John Robie. 
Foxbora', John Littlefield. 

M-'!>ra;/ (West), Valentine 
Cor.mb^. 

Milton, John I"). Bradlee. 
Quincy. Seth Adams. 
Randolph, John T. Jordan. 
Roxbnry, Bradf rd S. Farrington. 
JF^mo«/&, Geo. W. White, Jr. 
JFren&am, J. B. Ingalls. 
Crier of Courts. 
George Ah Jen, Dedham. 

Sessions of Probate Court. 

At Dedham, on tie first Tuesday of 
each month. 

Ar Medtcay,- on the third Tuesdays 
of February, June, and October. 

Ar Qavncy, on the second Tuesdays 
of February, May, and August. 

At Rozbury, every Saturday after 
room from 2 till 3 o'clock 
Hall. 

At, Wrentliam, "on the third Tuesdays 
of May, August, and .November. 



Chauncey C. Churchill, 
Martin Marsh, . - 
Ezra W. Simpson, 

i Nath '1 F. Sadbrd, 

^-Enos Foord, 
John W. Thomas, - 



Dedham. 

- Dedham. 
Dorchester. 

- Dedham. 
Dedham. 



Commissioners of Wrecks. 
Cohasset, Joseph IT. Smith, Loring 
Bates, Warren Bates, Jr. 

Commissioners under Personal 
Liberty Act. 

Milton, Jos. M. Churchill. 
Medway, Warren Lovering. 

Commissioners to Qualify Civil 
Officers. 

Braintree, Naaman L. White. 

Dedham. Jonathan H. Cobb. Enos 
Foord, Ezra W. Sampson, Edmund 
Thomas. 

Rozbury, Aria! I. Cummin erg, Eobt 
W. Molineus, Jonathan P. Robinson. 

Weymouth, Noah Fifield, Appieton 
Ho^ve, Fisher A. Kingsbury. 

Wrenikam, Harvey E. Clap, Daniel 
A. Cook, MeJatiah Everett. 

Justices of the Peace. 

[Including Justices of the Peace and Quorum, rfesig- 
natert by a*, and Justices throughout ih/t Cornmonr 

iczaiih, d~.> ; 'jn't.'."d by a t-] 



Bettingham, Francis D. Bates, Na- 



Webster j ftan Bl] - Nathan A. Cook, S: 



Metcalf, Jcroid O. Wilcox. 

Braintree, David FI. Bates, James 
I M. Cutting. Charles II. Dow, Benj. 
I Dyer, Asa French, Samuel D. Hay- 
den, Elias ITayward. Charles S. Ho- 
bart, Joel E. Ilolbrook, John Kimball, 
Alva Morrison, Bryant Neweomb, 
Edward Potter, Caleb Stetson, Ebene- 
zer F. E. Thayer, Wm. L. Walker, 
Asa Wellington, Naaman L. V» "hite, 
Jonathan Wild. 

Brookilne- Wm. Aspinwa'!, James 

Bartiett, Elijah C. Emerson, Harrison 

Fay, Thomas Grige*, George E. Her- 

Times of Meeting. — At Dedham, on j sey, John Howe, fJohn II. W. Page, 

the third Tuesday of April, and the | Tnomas Parsons, Chaa. Pope. Augns- 

fourth Tuesdays of June and Septem- 'tine Shurtleff, Samuel A. Sburtiefiy 

ber, and on the last Wednesday of De- ; Charles Stearns, Jr., John N. Turner,' 

j Samuel A. Walker, J. Sullivan War- 
! ren, Otis Withington. 
i Canton, *EUis Ames, Charles Endi- 
i cntr, Chas. H. French, -j-Tbos. French, 
j Zebedlah Holt, Win. Mansfield, Sam'I 
| B. Noves, Jd-. T. Sunnier, Elisha 
i White." 



Sessions of Court of Insolvency. 
At Dedham, first Monday of every j 
month. 

County Commissioners. 

Nathaniel F. SafFord, Dorchester, 
Chairman; Lucas Pond, Wrentham ; 
Seth Mann, 2d, Randolph. 

> : ,)>-ci>d Commissioners. — Samuel B. 
Noyes, Canton; George W. Gay, 
Sharon. 



cemoer. 

Commissioners of Insolvency. 

Canton, Charles Endicott. 
JMtdtndy, Warren Lovering. 
llandoijdi, Sthemhxh C. Berry. 

Public Administrator. 
Vafitam, Ira Cleveland. 

Masters in Chancery. 

Dedftani, Alexander C. Washburn, 
£matu3 Worihington. 

llosbury. Geo. A. W. Chamberlain. 



Coh 



Salomon J. Beai. *James 



C. Doane, Martin Lincoln. John Q. A. 
Lorhrop, Aaron Pratt, Ed '.v. Tower, 
Henry J. Turner. 

'Dedham, Obed Baker, Charles J. 
j Capen, Chauncey C. Churchill, *ira 



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Cleveland, * Jonathan II. Cobb, Waldo i 
Colburn, John Cox. Jr., Caleb Ellis, | 
Colburn Ellis, Merrill L. Ellis, *\Euos I 
Foord, Ebenezer F. Gay, Wiliard Gay, I 
Henry O. Hildreth, Martin B. Inches, j 
Martin Marsh, Curtis G. Morse, Thos. j 
Motley, Geo. Newcomb, Henry White j 
Richards, *Ezra W. Sampson, Thos. \ 
Sherwin, Henry H. W. Sigourney, I 
Henry F. Spear, John Nelson Ste- ! 
vens, Eiiphalet Stone, Ezra W. Tal't, i 
*Edmund Thomas, John W. Thomas, j 
Hezekiah Turner, Ezra Wilkinson, j 
Erastus Wortbenrrton. 

Dorchester, Onn P. Bacon, *Edm'd \ 
J. Baker, fllenry W. Benohiey, ' 
Eleazer J. Bisphara, Luther Brigjjs, ■ 
Jr., William S.B. Brooks, * George M. 
Browne, Nahum Capen, Thomas W. 
Capen, Josiah II. Carter, Asaph Chur- 
chill, Ebenezer Clapp, Jr., Albe C. 
Clark, -[Moses G. Cobb, Nathaniel W. 
Collin, John W. Draper, Ebenezer 
Eaton, Isaac Field, fJBerij. V. French, 
Onver Hall, Gustavus E. Ilayues, 
Benj, Hemmenway, Charles How?, 
Henry Humphries, Edward Jarvis, 
John E. Jones, Edward King, Wm. 
P. Leavitt, 1 Samuel P. Lou i, iLinry 
Lyman, John Hears, Erasmus 1>. Mil- 
ler, Jolin O. -B. Minor, Ihoinas M. 
Moseley, Lewis Pierce, ^Nathaniel F. 
Saflbrd, Isaac Swan, William L). 
Swan, f Edmund P. Tiiescon, Franklin 
L. Tdeaton, Eben Tolman, -James il. 
TJpbam, ^Robert Vose, ^Marshall 1'. 
Wilder, Seta Williams, William Wi.h- 
ington. 

Dover, Sherman Bafctelle, Eliram 
W. Jones, Stej/h. S- C. J - is, Daui 
Mann, Calvin Richards, Luther Rich- 
ards. 

Forbore", Warren Bird, J i*. C •. »en, 
James E. Carpenter, Otis Carey, John 
M. Everett, AUred Fales, Freedom 
Guild, Henry Hobart, Joseph Kings- 
bury. 

Franklin, Peter Adams, Paul B. 
Clark, Elias Cook, Albert E. Daniels, 
Herman C Fisher, Wiliard Fisher, 
Willis Fisher, Win. Metc-aii", Geo- W. 
Nason, Stephen W. Richardson, Eras- 
tus Roekwood, AipUcus A. Rassiqus, 
Saul B. Seoit 

Medfeld, Jonathan P. Bishop, Chas. 
Hamant, Walter James, Jo^n P. 
Jones, Charles C. Sewali- 

Meilwiiy, vVilliarn B. Bovd, *Arte- 
mas Brown, Mu;.o t i M. ..•...'.> I « ••• 
H. Furs. Asa M. il. Fu! ., A b u 
C. Grant, {Warren L w sri i^, U nauo 
Mason, * Luther MetcaiT, Clark Par- 
fridge, Joseph L.'li eh-ir ' ■ I bnV 
tupher SoctiiUj •John S. Smith, Win. 
H. Temple. 



Milton, Samuel Adams, Josiah Bab- 
cock, Samuel Babeock, Charles Breck, 
Charles M. S. Churchill, Joseph M. 
Churchill, *Robert B. Forbes, Lyman 
B. Handford, Amor Hollings worth, 
J c:on W. Houghton, *Nathan C. 
Mai tin, Geo. Peuniman, Edward L. 
Pierce, Jason Reed, Reuben A. Rich- 
ards, James M. Rabbins, *Nathaniel F. 
Safford, Ebenezer G. Tucker, Elijah 
Tucker, Robert S. Watson, Josiah 
Webb, Seth D. Whitney. 

Iseedham, Richard Boynton, Geo. 
K. Daniell, William Flagg, Daniel 
Kimball, Brackett Lord, fArtemas 
Newhali, Charles Rice, Reuben Ware, 
{Edgar K. Whitaker, Moses Winch, 
Joseph W. Wright. 

Quincy, John Q. Adams, Seth 
Adams, Stephen Bates, Win. W. Bax- 
ter, Lemuel Brackett, Josiah Brigham, 
Chas. A. Cammings, Noah Cummings, 
Wm. B. Duggan, *Johu M. Gourgas, 
John A. Green, Charles A. Howland, 
^William S. Morton. George Marsh, 
Israel W. Munroe, Bryant B. New- 
comb, Whitoouab Porter, Samuel Tho- 
| mas, Jr., Albert Thompson, Thomas 
! C. Webb, George White, Isaiah G. 
j Wfaiton, Solomon Wiliard. 

Randolph, Hiram C. Aldeo, Horatio 

! B. Aldeu, Jr., Eleazer Beal, J. White 

\ Belcher, Sech Belcher, Abel B. Berry, 

I Nehemiah C. Berry, Amasa Clark, 

j Ezra S. Conant, Afcmer L. Gushing, 

\ Alexander E. Dubois, Wm. P. Field, 

j Zenas French, Benj. Holmes, Fred- 

i eriek Howard, Thomas Howard, Bar- 

! nabas Lothrop, James Maguire, Seth 

| Mann, 2d, Silas Paine, Isaac Spear,' 

| Rulus Thayer, Isaac Tower, *Royal 

i Turner, Seth Turner, *Bradford L. 

j Wales, Ephraim Wales, Erastus 

; Wales. Jonathan Wales, Jonathan 

| White, Oraniel White. 

j Roxbury, Ira Allen, Wm. Bacon, 

j Henry Bartlett, Morrill P. Berry, John 

j C. Boyd, Joseph N. Brewer, Enos 

F. Bronsdon, Charles W. Bryant, 

Joseph.Bugbee, Joseph H Cfaadwick, 

| {Benjamin F. Co.pe.jand, *Linus B. 

Coaii-ns, Isaac P. Clark, J. Theodore 

1 Clarke, John J. Clarke, William A. 

Crafts, Vrial I. Cummings, Nelson 

i Curtis, Chas. E ills, John T. Ellis, Wm, 

Ellison, Bradford S. Farringtoo, John 

; Fowle, * Wm. Gaston, Chas. E. Grant, 

Henry D. Gray, James Guild, Unas. J. 

I [emice, *Fraucis Hilliard, San ford M. 

II mt, Eben Jones, Wm. S. King, Wm. 
: I>. Kingsbury, W r m. Raymond Lee, 
\ William S. Leland, John W. Mav, 
| William B. May, Robert W. Molin- 
j eux, 1. P. Osgood, Allen Putnam, 
i {Chandler li Ransom, ^Vm. J. ii^y- 



NORFOLK COUNTY. 



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roM*, James Ritchie, AlvtnM. Robbiris, 
*.; ,■ rhan P. R>binson, Jos-hua Sea- 
ver, Wiliiam Seaver, Sam'l A. Shed, 
Samuel A. Shurtieff, fDavid A. Sira- 
:non«, Thos. Simmons, John S. Sleep- 
rr, fEbenezer W. Stone, Thomas 
Xliaeher, Jr.. Supply C. Thwing, 
Samuel F. Train, Joseph W. Tucker, 
Samuel Walker, fSamuel H. Walley, 
John M. Way, William Whiting, 1st, 
Horace Williams, Geo. H. Williams, 
John W. Woleott, Frauklin Woodside, 
Edward Wyman. 

Sharon. Amasa D. Bacon, Araa^a 
Dunbar, Lemuel D. Hewins, Joaiah 
Johnson, Otis Johnson, Wm. E. 
Mann. 

Stoughton, Samuel Capes, 2d, Lu- 
cius Clr.pp. Albert Dickerman, Chas. 
A. French, Lemuel Gay, Samuel W. 
Hodges, Clifford Keith, Francis C. 
Sumner, James Swan, Luther Swan. 
Encs Talbot, Joel Talbot, Ebca W. 
Tolman. Charles Upham, 2d. 

Waipole, Samuel Allen, Jr., Eliis 
Bacon, f Francis W. Bird, JtNTa'hanie! 
Bird, Edmund W. Clap, Truman 
Clarke, John A. Gould, Smith Gray, 
James G. Hartshorn, Palmer Morey, 
Barnbridge Moray, James P. Tisdale, 
Horatio Wood. 

West Roxbury, * Arthur W. Austin, 
Edward C.BanfieM, Joseph H. Bill- 
rn.gr*, Samuel 1>. Bradford, Geo. Brown, 
Judson Ch.apin, James W. Converse, 
Cornelius Cowing, Joseph II. Curtis, 
Abijah W. Draper, Theodore Dunn, 
George Faulkner. John M. Fessenden, 
Luther M.. Harris* Leonard P. Hc'den. 
William Ma'eearty, Thomas Motlev, 
Jr., George Fi. Russell, *Lucius M. 
Sargent, Robert Seaver. * William II. 
Sumner, Christoper M. Weld. Francis 
M. Weld, fStephen M. Well, Michael 
M hittemore, Moses Williams, George 
Woodman. 

Weymouth-, Warren W. Barker, 
James L. Bates, Ellas S. Beals, Lovell 
Bieknell, Siias Binney, Thomas J. 
Burrili, Henry Dyer. *Elijah F. Ila'l. 
Applet on Howe, Albert Humphrey, 
James Humphrey, Atherton X. Rune, 
Elias Hunt, James Jones, *Fisher 
A. Kingsbury, Prescott Latbrop, 
Jacob Loud, John W. Loud, Abner 
W. Paine, Jason Pratr, *Alvah Ray- 
mond, Joslah S. Heed, Quincy L. 



i Ku 



Eben !I 

Andrew S.b rmam Norton Q. 
i irrell, James Tom y, Allen Yining, 
Xoah Vbdng, Jr., Asa B. Wales, 
Cyrus Washburn, Amos S. White, 
'':'•". F. White, Orau White. 

irrtnihdm, Wm. W. Cowell, John 
A. Craig, Preston Day, Calvin Fisher, 



Jr., Silas P. FiJier, Joseph B. Ge- 
rauld, Samuel Warner, Jr. 

Trial Justices. 

Brooldine, Wm. A spin wall. 
Canton, Samuel B. Noyes. 
Dedham, Erastus Worthington. 
Foxborough. James E. Carpenter. 
Franklin, Erastus Rockwood. 
Medway, Asa M. B. Fuller. 
Milton, Cbas. M. S. Churchill. 
Needkam, Geo. K. Daniel. 
Quincy, John Quincy Adams. 
Randolph, Abel B. Berry. 
Stoughton, Albert Dickerman. 
West Roxbitry, Geo. Woodman. 
Weymouth, James Humphrey. 
Wrentham, Samuel Warner, Jr. 

Notaries Public. 

Brainiree, Samuel D. Hayden. 

Brookline, Wm. AspinwaU. 

Canton, Francis W. Deane. 

CoJiasset, James C. Doane. 

Dcdham, Waldo Colburn, Lewis H. 
! Kin 2 bury. 

i Dorchester, Williams B. Brooks, 
Asaph Churchill. 

Foxborough, Henry Hobart. 

Milton, Joseph M, "Churchill, Nailian 
| C. Martin. 

! Quincy. Israel W. Munroe, James 
E. Tirrell. 

Randolph, Eleazer Beal, Royal W. 
j Turner. 

Roxbury, Joshua Seaver, Joseph W. 
j Tucker, Wm. Whiting, 1st, William 
! Whit-Lag. 

! Weymouth, .Elijah F. TI lb Fisher 
j A. Kingsbury, Amos S. White. 

Wrentham, Melatiah Everett, Sam'l 
| Warner, Jr. 

Coroners. 

Bellingham, Nathan Burr. 

Brainiree, Jonathan French. 

Canton, Rufus C. Wood. 

Cokmset, Henry J. Turner. 

Dedham, Win. II. Mann, 

Dorchester, Robert Yos^. 

Franklin, Saul B. S -o't. 

Medfeld, Nathan Jones. 

Medivay, Valentine ii. Coombs. 

Milton, John D. Bradley, Ebenezer 
G. Tucker. 

jVI . dham, George Jennings, 
j Quincy, Lewis B tss. 

Randolph, Ezekiel French. 

floxbury, Thomas Adams, Ira Allen, 
! Morrill P. Berry. 

Stoughton* Lemuel Gay. - 
j Weymouth, Sitas Binney, Geo. W. 

White, Jr. 
I Wrentham, Edward C. Craig. 



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PLYMOUTH COUNTY. 



Incorporated June 2, 1GS5. 

NUMBER OF TOWNS, 25. 



Shire Town, Plymouth-. 
Population in 185o, 61,513. 






COUNTY OFFICERS, 



Jud-j-i of Probate and Insolvency, - Wm, IT. Wood, 
Register of Probate and Insolvency, Daniel E. Damon, 



Clerk of Courts, - 
Register of Deeds, - 
County Treasurer, 

Overseers of House of Correction, 



William H. Whitman, 
William S. Russell, - 
William R. Sever, - 

f Johnson Davee, 
*{ William li. \Y hitman, 

I Samuel H. Doten, 



Middleborough, 
South Seiluate. 

Plymouth. 

- Plymouth. 
Plymouth. 

- Plymouth. 
Plymouth. 

- Plymouth. 



Deputy Sheriffs. 

Ablnnton. Luther Glover. 

Bridgeicater, Philip D. KinTman. 

Hanover, Robert H. Studley. 

Kingston, Spencer Cusfaman. 

Marion, Daniel Hail. 

Middleborough, Milton Alden. 

North Bridgeiwter, Charles J. F. 
Packard, Sumner A. Hay ward. 

Plymouth, John Atwood, Jr., Fran- 
cis J. Goddard. 

Rochester, Robert C. Randall. 

South Scituaie, Josiah Cuihing. 

Crier of Courts. 
Philip D. Kingman, Bridgeirafer. 

Jailer and Irla^ter of House of Cor- 

r-j.'.:ticn. 

Francis J. Goddard, Plymouth. 
Sessions of Probate Courts. 

At Abingion, on the 2d Monday of 
Jannarv. 

At Bridgeicater, last Tuesday of 
February. 

At East Bridgewater, on the first 
Tuesdays of April. July, and O.-fober. 

At Htinorer. on the last Monday of 
September. 

AtHingham, on the first Tuesday | comb, John Tiiden, Jr., Henry I 
m Mareh, and last Tuesday of August. ) Y'inal. 

At Mid-iHeboroughyOti the first Tues- j 
days of May, August, and last Tues- I 
day of October. 

At North Bndgcieater, last Tuesday j 
in July, 



Daniel Phillips, - {North) Marshfeld. 

At Warekam, on Wednesday next 
after the first Tuesday of May, and 

Wednesday next after the first Tues- 
day in November. 

Sessions of Insolvency Court, 

At Pi/jmoath, second Monday in 
December, and ilrst Monday in every 
other mouth. 

County Commissioners. 
.Tames Bates, East Bridgewater r ; 
Tops. Southworth, Jr., Carver; Caleb 
W. Prouty, Scituate. 

Special Commissioners. — John At- 
■woo'i, Jr., Plymouth; Jared Pratt. 2d, 
MiddMorougL 

Tunes of Meeting. — At Plymouth, 
on the 3d Tuesday in, March, the first 
Tuesday of August, and the last Tues- 
day of January . 

Commissioners of Wrecks. 

TJuxburij, Elisba Holmes. 

Hull, Moses B. Tower, Robert Cook, 
Nehemiah Ripley, Jr. 

Marsh field, Otis Baker, George II. 
Hall, Wales Rogers. 

Plymouth, Barnabas II. Holmes. . 

SciLuile,,)o\n\ Damon, Wm. J. New- 



A" I 



'' . on ; : -" 3 ! Mondavs o\ \ 



Commissioners of Insolvency. 

Hanover, Perrv Simmons. 
MildUbomuah, Wm. 11. Wood. 
Ph . ah, \Ym. S. RusbelL 



January, February, and May, on the I 

2d Mondays in April and August, and « 
on the fns~ Monday in December. 

At Scituaie, on tha first Tuesday of 
June, and the last Tuesday of Nov. ' 



Public Administrators. 
D>,x : ><iry, Samuel Siet:on. 

Master in Chancery. 



East Bridr/ticatcr, 



:ome Youn ; 



PLYMOUTH COUNTY. 



1 



Commissioner under Personal 
.Liberty Ac:. 

Middlcburongk, Will. H. Wood. 

Commissioners to Qualify Civil 
Officers. 

Abington, Laac Hersey, Jesse E. 
Keith. 

Bridgewater, Joshua E. Crane, Ab- 
raham Washburn, 2d. 

Duxbury, Samuel Stetson, Gerskom 
B. Weston. 

East Bridgewater, "Welcome Young. 

Hingkam, Amos Bates, Ebenezer 
Gay, Solomon Lincoln. 

Midd'ieborougkf Peter H. Pierce, 
Everett Robinson, Eliab Ward. 

North Bridgewater, Franklin Ames, 
Eliab Whitman. 

Plymouth, Moses Bates, Jr., Jacob 
H. Loud, Wm. K. Sever, William H. 
Whitman. 

Rochester, Joseph Haskell, Theophi- 
lus King, James Ruggies. 

Sciluate, .John Beal. 

South Sciluafe, Anson Bobbins. 

Warekarn, Seth Miller, Jr., David 
Kyeu 

West Bridgewater, "William Baylies, 
Austin Packard. 

Justices of the Pen.ce. 

[Including Justices of the Peace and Qiwrum. denig~ 
nat i by a ". and Justices throu.ykoiU the Commm- 
Kealih, designated by a +.j 

Abington, Jona Arnold, Jr., Nath'l 
Beal, Wm. P. Cortheil, Asaph Dun- 
bar, Henry Dunbar, Cyrus A. Dyer, j 
James Ford, Isaac Hersey, Benjamin j 
Hobart. Freeman P. Howlarid, Daniel j 
U. Johnson, Jesse E. Keith, Asa i 
Millet, Micah Nash, Holland W. I 
Noyes, James Noyes, George W. j 
Pratt, Levi Reed, Samuel Reed, Jr., ! 
Beta Thaxter, Horace C. Totiuan, | 
Spencer Vining, Jared Whitman, 
John D. Wormell. 

Bridgewater, Solomon Alden, Hor- 
ace Ames, George Bassett, Samuel 
Breck, Dion Bryant, George Chap- 
man, George B. Cogswell, Joshua E. 
Crane, Thomas Cushman, John Ed- 
son, Levi L. Goods peed., * Artemas 
Hale, Ca^eb Hobart, IMrtehell Hooper, 
Eibrnige Keith, Lafayette Keith, 
Thomas M. Reich, * Williams Latham, J 
Franklin Leach, Samuel Leonard, j 
* David Perkins, * Nahum Stetson, 
Eli Washburn. 

Carer, Joseph Barrows, f Jesse 
Munioek:, Lewis Pratr, Wm. S. Sa- 
Very, Wm. Stvery, Henry Sherman, 
Lot Sliurtleif, Tnomaa South worth, 
Tho tias Vaughn. 

iJuxhurg, Benjamin Alden, Benj. 
-••;-'> : >::, Elbridge Chamller^ \a',.'i 
Ford, Merlin Gardner, John ILmues, 
Aaron J.ossciyn, Sam'i Loring, Henry 



B. Maglathlin, George P. Richardson, 
George B. Standish, Samuel Stetson, 
Joseph F. Wadsworth, f Gerahom B. 

Weston. 

East Bridgewater, Jacob Bates, Jr., 
Seth Bryant, Joseph Chamberlain, 
Levi Churchill, Simeon Curtis. Benj. 
W. Harris, Benjamin W. Keith, Bums 
A. Littlefield, Cushing Mitchell, James 
H. Mitchell, John Pearce, Isaac Pratt, 
Calvin Reed, John Reed, * Ezekiel 
Whitman, * Welcome Young. 

Halifax, Edwin Inglee, Cyrus Mor- 
ton, Ira L. Sturtevant, Dexter C. 
Thompson, Ephraim B. Thompson, 
Zadock Thompson. 

Hanover, Perez Simmons, Albert 
White, Alexander Wood. 

Hansori, Isaiah Bearce, Barak Os- 
born, Joseph Smith, Thomas Smith. 

Hingham, Q.uiney Bieknell, * Ed- 
ward Cazneau, Henry Cashing-, David 
Fearing, Hawkes Fearing, Jr., Eben- 
ezer Gay, Henry Horsey, Henry ;E. 
Hersey, James L. Hunt, James S. 
Lewis, * Solomon Lincoln, Thomas 
Loring, Caleb B. Marsh, Charles W. 
Seymour, * Joseph B. Thaxter, Jr. 

Kingston, Joseph S. Beal, Alden S. 
Bradford, Philander Cobb, Horace L. 
Coliamore, George Faunce, N. Arthur 
Faunce, James Foster, Alexander 
Holmes. Joseph A. Holmes, John 
Gray, Joseph Stetson. 

Lukev'die, Thomas Doggett, Reuben 
Haiford, Apoiios Haskins, Abizier T. 
Harvey, Harrison Staples, Asa T. 
Winslow, Jtrah Winslow. 

Marion, Daniel Hall, Davis Hatha- 
way, Barnabas Hiller, Walton N. Ellis, 
Moses II . Swift. 

Marsh field, Wm. Eam^.s, John Ford, 
Robert Gould, * Luther Hatch, Hiram 
A. Oakman, Dan'l Philips, Seth Wes- 
ton, Nathaniel H. Whiting. 

Mattapoiseti, Roger L. Barstow, 
Amittai B. Hammond, Tbos. Nelson. 

Middleborough, Andrew L. Alden, 
Iehabod F. Atwood, John Bennett, 
S.tillmatr Benson, Jonathan Gobb, Jas. 
G. Cushman, Joshua Eddy, * Zacha- 
riah Eddy, Paul Hathaway, Sylvanus 
Flim/kiev! Nathan King; Seth Miller, 
John Q. Morton, Noah C. Perkins, 
Ebenezer Pickens, * Peter H. Pierce, 
Jaued Prait, 2d, Zebulon Pratt, Wil- 
son C. Rider. Everett Robinson, Free- 
man Shaw. Augustus H. Soule, Earle 
Soroat, Horatio N. Thomas, Andrew 
L! Tmkbaui, Eliab Ward, Philander 
Washburn, Andrew Weston, Wm. °- 
White, Alfred Wood, Jr., Benjamin 
P. Wo .d, Cornelius B. W.od, Joshua 
Wood, George W. Wood, William H. 
Wood. 



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MASSACHUSETTS REGISTER. 



Nor ik Bridge water, *Frank)in Amp*, 
George W Bryant, George Clark, 
Cornelius H. Dunham, Isaac Eames, 
Francis M. French, Hiram Jernegin, 
Nathan Jones, Rela Keith, Franklin 
Keith, Edwin H. Kingman, Laac 
Kingman, Charles Lincoln, Perez 
Marshall, Manley Packard, Ellis Pack- 
ard, Jonas K. Perkins, Dennis Snow, 
Rufus L. Thaeher, Jonathan White, 
* Eliab Whitman. 

Pembroke, Morrill Allen, * Martin 
Bryant, Joseph Cobb. Francis Colla- 
more, * Horace Collamore, George F. 
Hatch, Ambrose Parris, Thos. Turner, 
James H. Whitman. 

Plymouth, John Atwood, Jr., Gus- 
tavus D. Bates, * Moses Bates, Jr , 
William Bishop, Lemuel Bradford. 
George Bramhail, Nathaniel Clark, 
"William Clark, James Cox, Allen 
Danforth, William S. Danforth. Chas. 
G. Davis, William T. Davis, Charles 
C. Doten. Samuel H. Doten, Nathan 
Dunham, Geo. G. Dyer, * Gustavus 
Gilbert, Timothy Gordon, John T. 
Hall, f Robert B. Hall, Jason Hart, 
Benjamin Hathaway, Isaac L. Hedge. 
Thomas Hed^e, Amasa Holmes, Bar- 
nabas H. Holmes, Henry B. Holmes, 
Ezra Leach, Jacob II. Loud, Leander 
Lovell, Joseph Lucas, John Perkins. 
Thomas Pierce, Jr., Daniel J. Bobbins, 
Josiah Rabbins, John J. Russell, Wil- 
liam S. Russell, William R. Sever, 
Edward L. Sherman, Eleazer C. Sher- 
man, * William 1L Spear, Isaac N. 
Stoddard, * William Thomas. Ezekiel 
C. Turner, * Window Warren, * Wil- 
liam H. Whitman, Oliver T. Wood. 

Plimpton, Zenas Bryant, Isaiah 
Churchill, Zenas Cusbman, Josiah S. 
Hammond, Zaccheus Parker. Martin 
Pei kins, Isaiah S. Ripley, William H. 
Soule, Isaac Wright. 

Rochester, Joseph W. Church. Chas. 
Hooper, Theophiius Kin?, James H. 
Look, Israel F. eTekersom John W. 
Pnipps, George Pierce, Jas. Ruggles, 
Witriam Sears. 

Scilutie, George M. Allen, *John 
Beal, Reuben Curtis, Edward James, 
Elijah Jenkins, Ezekiel Jones. Geor« \ 



a e, D -X! 



fcf* 



Merrvtt, Eiias R. Mungo, Caleb W. 
Proufy, *S;imuel A. Turner. 

S->u-h Scifuate, Daniel E. Damon, 
Ebenezer T. Fougj John Jones, *An- 
3on Robhins, Horace P. Stevens, SanTi 



Tolman, -George II. Torrey, Lemuel 
C. Waterman. 

V/areham, Sylvanus Bourne, Jed. 
Brinrg^, Joseph P. Hayden, Darius 
Miller, *S>th Miller, Jr., *David Nye, 
tT nomas Savary, Nathaniel Sherman, 
*Jo.ihua B. Tobey. 

West Bridgeicaler, Jonathan Ames, 
fWm. Baylies, James CoueLnd. Jona. 
Copeland, Dweliey Fobes, Joseph 
Kingman, Abiel Packard, Austin Pack- 
ard, Jcsiah Richards, Elijah Smith. 

Trial Justices. 

Ahingion, Isaac Hersey. 
East Bridgeicaler, Joseph Chamber- 
lain. 

Hingham, James S. Lewis. 
Middleborough, Ebenezer Pickens, 
North Bridgeicaler, Geo. W. Bryant. 
Plymouth, Edward L. Sherman. 
Scituate, Caleb W. Prouty. 
South Scihiaie, Daniel E. Damon. 
Wareham, Beta Miller, Jr. 

Notaries Public. 

Abington, Isaac Hersey, Jesse E. 
Keith. 

Brhlgeicater, Samuel Breck. 

Duxbury, Samuel Stetson. 

East Br'uigewaier, Welcome Young. 

Bingham, David Harding. 

Marshfteld, Luther Hatch. 

Mattapoisett, Benj. F. Barstow. 

Middleborough, Eliab Ward, Everett 
Robinson. 

Nortt Brtdgmvater, Geo. W. Bryant, 
Jonas R. Perkins. 

J J iymou!fu Gustavus Gilbert, Jacob 
H. Loud, John J. Russell, William H. 
Spear. 

Scituate, John Beal. 
Wareham, Silvanus Bourne, David 
Nye. 

Coroners. 

Bri'lgewaitr, Philip D. Kinsman. 
Duxbur)j. Jonathan Y. Gross. 
Marshjield, Wales Tilden. 
Middleborough, Joseph Jackson. 
North Bridgewater, Benjamin A. 
Packard, Thomas Wales. 

Ph/mourh, Ephraim Holmes. 
Plymptpn, Abiel \\ ashburn. 
Rochester, David Lewis. 
Sciluaie, John Beal. 
South Sci.iiu.ite. Josiah Gushing. 



Wiih 



± earing, 



ha Barrels. 



SUFFOLK COUNTY. 



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SUFFOLK COUNTY.* 



incorporated may 10, 1643. 
Ncmber of Towns, 4. 



Sjiire Town. Boston. 
Population ix 1355, 171,318. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 



Jwlge of Probata and Insolvency, Isaac Ames, - 

Register of Probate and Insolvency, Wm. C. Brown, 

Cleric of Supreme Court,- - - Geo. C. Wilde, 

Assistant Clerk Supreme Court, - Geo. W. Nichols, - 

Clerk of Sup. Court of Co. of Suffolk, Joseph Willard, - 

Asst. Ck Superior Ct. of Co. Suffolk, Joseph A. Willard, 



Register of Deeds, - 
Caunly Treasurer.., - 
( 'omnimwealth's Attorney 

Assistant do. do. 

Sheriff, - 



- Henry Alline, 

- Frederick U. Tracy, 

- George W. Cooley, 

- Augustus O. Brewster, 



Deputy Sheriffs. 

William P. B aker, 14 Mass. Block. 

Bv'j-.j. F. Bailey, 7 Court Square. 
Francis 0. Irish, 9 Court Square. 
Geo. W. Loud, Municipal ■ Court. 
Alonzo F. Neale, Nile* Building. - 
Erastus W. Sanborn, Niks Building. 

Jailer. 
Wm. Sampson Bartlett, Boston. 

Master ofHouor of Correction. 
Claries Bobbins, South Boston. 
Sessions of Probate Courts.. 
At the Probate Office, in Boston, 
'_'•'•■ rv Monday in January, February, 
March, April, and May; every Mon- 
<$<w in June, except the first and last; 
md every Monday, except the first in 
; s in the months of August, Septem- 
be 5", October, November, ana Decern- 
'•■• r- No Court in July. 

Masters in Chancery. 

,, ! '''" n < John Codraan, William J. 
"aboard, John Lowell, Sebeus C. 
M.i;ne, Charles C. Natter. 

Commissioners of Insolvency. 

; ^ 1-waH F. Hodrn's, John M. Wil- 
• -. Joseph Eastman. 

Public Administrators. 
_ So«7oh, Francis E. Parker, J 
* ■ Ciark, Lorenzo S. Cragin. 



- Boston. 

- Bo a ion. 

- Boston. 

- Boston. 

- Boston. 

- Boston. 

- Boston. 
Boston. 

- Boston. 

- Boston. 
JohnlM. Clark, Office 11 Court House. 

Commissioners to Qualify Civil 
Officers. 

Boston, John P. Bi^elow, John A. 
Boiles, Nehemiah Brown, Jr., Albert 
L. Fernald, Charles B. Hill, Charles 

W.Lovett, William Tufts. 
Chelsea, Hosea ILsley. 

Justices of the Peace in Boston. 

j [Inrlujiny Justices of the Peace and Quorum, denj- 
rn:cd hi; a *, and Justices throwjhotU the C'tOnnum- 
: wealth, 'designated by a f.j 

: Abbot Andrew < Anderson ■Wra..S. 

! f Abbott Joslah G. ; Andrew John A. 
Adams Albert W. 
Adams Alvin 

Adams Chas. B. F. Andrews John L. 
Adams Chas. F., Jr. Andrews Samuel 
Adams Geo. W. j Andrews William 

Adams Geo. Z. j Andrews Wm. T. 

Adams Jos. H. J Aridrns Milton 

Adams Paul j Andros Rich. S. S. 

Albce Sumner j Angell Georse T. 

Albre'e John I Apollouio Nich. A. 

Allen Augustus O. I Appieton J. Warren 
Allen Benjamin L. ! *Appleton Nathan 
* Allen Charles E. j Appleton William 
Allen Charles J. F.I Appleton Wm. C. 
fAllen Frederick H.j Arm'inston H. E. 



Andrews Alexr. J. 
Andrews Henry R. 



Allen 



W 



Allen Joseph II. 
Allen Samuel A. 
Allen Samuel C. 
Alb n Wm. W. 
Alline Henry 
Amee JosiahL. C. 
Arcs [saac 
Ames 1'. A lams 
Amory James S. 



, Amorv Thomas C 
aaeD'h ' - 



»*Amo:y William 
. i Superior Court of County of Suffolk on Page ^S. 



; Arnold Charles 
! Atwood Charles 
I * Austin tvers J. 
\ Au -tiri Milton 
i Avery Edward 
Ayer Phineas 
Bacon Chas. H. 
: Bacon Francis 
j Bacon Jacob 
Biker James 
I Baker James L. 
C, Jr. i Baker Walter W. 
I Baker William W. 






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MASSACHUSETTS REGISTER. 



Bal h Joseph W. 
Baldwin Aaron 
Baldwin Ejizur 
B ddwin Janies F. 
B til Jonas 
Ball Joshua D. 
Ball N'ahura 
Ball.Ki James M. 
Ballard John 
Ballard Joseph 
Bancroft Ge orge 
Bauheld Everett C. 
Bangs Edward 
Barbour John N. 
Barker James M. 
Barker Lemuel M. 
•Barnes Isaac 0. 
Barnicoat William 
Barrett Jonathan F. 
Barrows Horace G. 
B-arstow Simon F. 
•Bartlett .Sidney 
Bartlett Sidney, Jr. 
Bar lie ft Theodore 
Bartlett William S. 
Bassett Eiisha 
*Bassett Francis 
Batchelder Sara ",Jr. 
Bates Benj. E. 
Bates John 
Bates J, Franklin 
Bates Joseph L. 
Bates Samuel W. 
Bates William 
Baxter Thompson 
Bay ley Henry E. 
Beal Benj imin 
Bea! James li. 
Beal T ha cher 
Beals James II. 
BeaD William 
Beals William, Jr. 
Beard Ithamar W. 
Beck Lewis 
Bell Joseph U. 
Bemis George 
Bennett Josiah li. 
Berret Joseph II. 
Betton Geo. E. 
Bigelow Abram 0. 
Bigelow Edwin M. 
Bigelow George F. 
fBigelow Geo. T. 
Bigelow Horatio 
fBigelow John P. 
Bigelow Preseott 
Big* low Timothy 
Binne'y John 
Bird Geo. W. 
Bishop Joel P. 
Bishop Robert R. 
Blake Chas. F. 
Blake Edward 
Biake George Batv 
Blake James G. ' 
Blake Joseph H. D. 
Blake Pynson 
Blake William 
Blinchard F. II. C. 
BluuehurdGeoJ)„B 
Bian aid Thomas 
B ::.■;. Henry 
BI v land i nomas 
Blodgei Henry T. 
B!od_- tt Luther 
BofieS Matthew 
Bonney Pel tana 
Rowditeh J<*n& [„ 
•Rowditeh JiatkT I. 



Bowen John 

Bowker Albert 

Bi yd Francis 

Bradburv Samuel A. 

Bradford' Joseph 11. 

Bradford RuFus B. 

Bradford Wm, B. 

Bradish Levi J. 

Bradlee Josiah 

Brad lee NathT J. 

Bradlee Samuel J. 

Bradley Joseph II. 

Brain ard Edward II. 

Braman G. T. W. 

Brewer Gardner 

Brewer Isaac C. 

Brewer Nathaniel 

Brewer Thos. M. 

f Brewster Aug. O. 

Brigsrs Billings 

Brigham Elijah D. 

Brigham Joseph L. 

* Brigham William 

*Briuley Francis 

Brodliead Daniel D. 

Bi poks Benj. F. 

Brooks Calvin M. 

Brooks Francis A. 

Brooks William G. 

Brown Charles 

Brown Edward 

Brown Jeremiah 

Brown Nehemiah,Jr. 

Biown Vernon 

Brow n Wm. C. 

Brown Wm. Henry 

Brown Wm. L. 

Browne Albert G. 

Browne Canst en 

Browne- George >I. 

Browne John W. 
{ Bryant David 
| Bryant G. J. F. 
j Bryant John, D. 
I Buck Edward 

Buck Rota. H. 

! Burbank Robert, I. 

i Buiditt Benj. A. 

I B trke Albert G. 
Burahapi Geo. P. 
Burr Samuel C. 
Burt William L. 

j Butler Benjamin 

j Butler Eber u. 

| Butler Franklin J. 

| Butler John Henry 
Butler Peter 
Butters William 
Cabot Henry- 
Caldwell Charles 
Calrow William II. 

| Campbell Isaac T. 



j Chandler Theop. P. 
i Chapman Geo. H. 



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ht ChasAV 



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se James M. 
Chase Theodore 
Cheever Ira 
Cheever James 
Cheever Tracy p. 
Chickering Thos. E. 
Child George H. 
Chipraan Geo. W. 
Choate Chas. F. 
fChoate Rufus 
Clapp Joshua B. 
Clapp William W. 
Clark Albe C. 
Clark Albert 
Clark Benj. C. 
Clark Benj C., Jr. 
•Clark Flenry 
Clark James 
Clark John 
k Clark John M. 
Clark Joseph F. 
Clarke Samuel G. 
Clarke Thos. W. 
•Clary Henry D. 
Cleveland Perkins 
fCobb iIos.es G. 
Cobb Samuel T. 
Coburn Daniel J. 
•Codmao John 
Codman Robert 
Co dm Geo. W. 
Colbuj n Fred. A. 
Colburn Jeremiah 
Cole Chas. D. 
Comer George X. 
Conley Charles C. 
Converse Joshua P, 
Cook Charles E. 
Cooke Benjamin F. 
* Cooke Josiah P. 
Coolidge Austin J. 
Coolidge David H. 
Coolidge Joseph 
Coolidge Joseph R. 
Coolidge Horace H. 
Cooiidge San,.; •■ F. 
Cooper Samuel 
Copeiand Eiiska 
Cornell Wm. M. 
Cutting Chas. U. 
Cottrcll Asa 
Cowdin John 
j Cowdin Robert 
Cowles William W r . 
C^agin LorenzoS Jr 
*Cram George W. 
fCrocker Henry 
Crocker Uriel 
Crocker Uriel H. 
Crockett George K. 
Cro kelt George W . 
Crumble Jam is L. 
Crosby Charles !{. 
Crosbv Frederick 
Crosby Joseph B. 
Cr< wfr-y John C. 
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C, hampliu Henry L 
Chandler Clw.s. P. 
fChanxiler Peieg W 



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Curtis Daniel B, 



Curtis Danici S. 

* Curtis George T. 
Curtis Thomas B. 
•Gushing; Abel 
Gushing Thos., Jr. 
Cutler Eben 
Cutler Joseph 
Cutler Pliny- 
Cutter Isaac J. 
Dadd Gen. H. 
Dall William 
Dalton Henry 
Dalton Henry L. 
Dalton Thomas D. 
*Dame Abraham A. 
Dame Theodore S. 
Dana Charles F. 
Dana Edward A. 
*Dana James 
Dana Richard H. 
Dana Richard H. Jr. 
Danforth Isaac 
Dardng George B. 
Darracott Franklin 
Darracott George 
Davenport Henry 
Davis Adolphus 
Davis Augustus B. 
Davis Henry 
Davis Henry A. 
Davis Henry C. 
Davis Jerome 
Davis Joshua W. 
Davis William Nye 
Dawes Henry 

Day Albert 
Dean William 
Dean Geo. W. 
Dehon William 
Demond Charles 
Deunie James 
Denny Daniel 
Denny Henry G.- 
Denton William 
Derby E. Hasket 
Dexter Arthur 
Dexter Edward A. 
Dexter George M. 
Dexter George S, 

* Dexter Thomas A. 
Dexter William S. 
Dickinson Fred. W. 
Dimmock C. E. W. 
Diugley John T. 
Dixweli Epes S. 
Dodge John C. 
Donahoe Patrick 
Dorr James B. 
Dorr William B. 
Dow James B. 
Dow Nathan T. 
Dowe Joseph 
Drake Henry A. 
Drake Tisdaie 
Draper Ed war I L. 
•Draper Moses 
Driseoll Cornelius 
Dudley Elbridge G. 
Dunbar Charles F. 
Danckl.ee M irk F. 
Duriklee Benj.W. 

10 rxha i Josiah ■ 
Urn n James C. 
Dupec Charles 
Durant Henry F. 
Button Henri- W. 
Dwight Thomas 
! Dwight Wilder 
*Dwhiht William 



SUFFOLK COUNTY. 



10 



Dver IDnry 

Micah, Jr. 
i iH Henry 

E stl irn John H. 
•Eaton George 
Eat to William 
K . y Caleb 
! ilv Robert H. 
Edniands B. Frank 
Edwards Henry 

'EkiredgeEdw. H. 
I ' Iri ige Samuel 
•Eliot Samuel A. 
Ellis Abijah 
Kill* Charles. M. 
Ellison W ra . 
Ely Alfred B. 
Emerson John W. 
1 >■ mery Isaac 
Emery James W. 
Emery John S. 
English James I/. 
Erviug Edward S. 
En tis William T. 
Evans Alonzo H. 
Evans Briee S. 
Eysjks Franklin 



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f Everett Edward 
Everett Win. A. 

* Fairbanks Stephen 
Farley Gustavus 
Farnn r Jesse 
Farwel! Asa 

lax on Edward 
Fay Richard S. 
Fay Richard S., Jr. 
Fearing Aibert 
Perm Id Albert L. 
Fernald Henry E. 

* Field Justin " 
Fiske Augustus H. 
Fiske Edward 
Flanders George M. 
tFiKvher Richard 



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Fo,t 
Fowl 

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Fran 
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! John S. II. 

er George H. 

ick Henry M. 

-•r Archibald 

- David W. 

er James G. 

t< r V/m. 

>.-r William II. 

le Wm. B., Jr. 

J imesA. 

cis Nathaniel 

man William 
h Abram 
h Charles 
h Georee p. 



; .' r *' 'Ognam &am t 
; - tbiugham T. B., 

■ •' 1- i •!••• VY 
1 •'•••• Henry W. 

- -;- Kit-hard P. 
• • ; Sanm< 1 D. 
: ■ 5«i ben P. 
■ vr IKnrv J. 
''•> Kl^n F. ' 
'"> T-.mothy 
' iKhn 

J • - "• Charles L. 
• J -- »ert SyK-estei P. 



Gilchrist Daniel S. 
Giles Alfred E. 
♦Giles Joel 
Gill Thomas 
Gilley Jufm E. M. 
Gilman John L. 
Girdler Richard 
Gleason Horace 
Goldsbury John 
Gooch Daniel W. 
♦Goodrich Chas. B. 
Goodwin Albert G. 
Goodwin Wm. F. 
Gookin Samuel. II. 
Gordon George II. 
Gordon George W. 
Gordon Robert 
Gordon Solomon J. 
Gould Benjamin A. 
Gould Benjamin T. 
Gould Frederic 
Gove John 
Goward Watson 
Granger David 
Grant Moses 
Graves Dwight 
Gray Horace, Jr. 
fGray John C. 
Gray Levi 
♦Gray William 
Green John, Jr. 
Green Nicholas S. J. 
Greene Benj. D. 
Greene Benjamin II. 
Greene Herman \V. 
Greenieaf James E. 
Greenough David S. 
Greenongh Wm. W. 
Gregg Washing'n P. 
Griggs George 
Guild George D. 
Guild Samuel E. 
Hahn Silas B. 
Hale Charles 
Hale George S. 
Hale Moses L. 
♦Hale Nathan 
Bale Theodore P. 
Hall Andrew T. 
tRaU Cnarles B. 
Hall Edward F. 
Hall Franklin 
Hall James 
Hal! John K. 
Hail Henry 
Hall Robert W. 
Hall S imuel 
Hall Thomas B. - 
Hallet Henry S. 
fHaliett Benj. F. 
Halle it Henry L. 
HanafOrd Lyman 3. 
'Hancock Chas. L. 
Hapqood Lyman S. 
Harding Wm. B. 
Harlow Dexter 
Harlow Thomas S. 
Harris Geonje S. 
Harris William G. 
[[art S. Rov. ! uid 

U n y p. tcr' ' 
It irwu ii D .'ill 
H irwood Irving f, 
Haskell Daniel N. 
Haussatii J< ; -n 
Hastings George 11. 
Hatch Samuel 
Hathaway Asa P. 



Haven Franklin 

Hawkes Charles W. 

Haw.kea Thomas B. 

Hayden William 

Haves Francis B. 

Hayes William A. 

Haynes Henry W. 

Hay ward James 

Hnzelton Horace L. 

Hazelton J. E. 

Head Edward F. 

Head Georee E. 

U^\cx Mark 

*Healey John P. 

Heard John T. 

Henchman Daniel 

Hens haw Daniel II. 

Keushaw Joseph L. 

Herrick Horatio G. 

Hersey Alfred C. 

Heywood Samuel P. 

Hichborn George R. 

Higgins Peter 

Eisrginson George 

Hill Hamilton A. 

Hill Noble H. 

Hill William II. 

Hillard George S. 

Billiard William 

Hinds Calvin P. 

H inks lid ward W. 

fHoar EbenezerR. 

Hobart Aaron 

Hobart Albert 

Hobart Enoch 

Hobbs George M. 

Hobbs William Jr. 

Hockey Joseph 

Hodges Edward F. 

Holbrook Daniel 

Holbrook Henry M. 

Holbrook HoratioN. 

Hoilis Thomas 

Hoiman Ralph W. 

Holmes John 

Holmes John S. 

Homer Charles 

Homer George 

Homer George F. 

Homer Henry 

Homer Peter T. 

Hooper Robert 

Hooper Samuel 

H or ton Henry K. 

Houghton Charles 

Hovey Solomon 

Howard Thomas M. 

Howe William E. 

Hoyt Henry 

Hubbard Charles 

Hubbard Josiah W. 
j Hubbard Nath'l D, 
! * Hubbard Wm. J. 

.: ■ . ii are- In s J. 
l\v. '. : :.s James 

Hunnewell J (dm L, 

fHun.ting'n Qhas. P. 

Hunting'n Chas. W. 

1! mtin ;ton Ralph 

Hurrl ( harles H. 

Hurri Fr v. is W. 

Elutchii - tiPUTv C. 

Huti bins Hoi ice G. 

Hutchin on ii.D. 

Lreson S. Edwin 

J. ks m Al ra. Jr. 

Jackson James 

Jackson John G. 

Jackson Patrick T. 



Jackson Samuel S. 
Jacobs Asa 
Jacobs Elisha 
James John W. 

! Janes Henry B. 
Jarves Deming 
Jeffries John, Jr. 
Jeilison Zachaiiah 
♦Jenks Samuel H. 
Jennison Sam'l, Jr. 
Jewell Harvey 
Johnson Henry A. 
Jones George S. 
Jones Joseph E. 
Jones Peter C. 
Jones William K. 
Josselvn F. M. Jr. 
Joy Albion K. P. 
Judson Walter H. 
Keith James M. 
Keller Martin 
Kelly Daniel D. 
Kelly Win. F. A. 
Kemp Nathaniel P. 
Ketttlle Jacob Q. 
Keyes Georcre 
Kidder Gardiner G. 
Kidder Hefsrv P. 
Kimball David 
Kimball David P. 
Kimball Jas. Wm. 
*Kimball Moses 
Kimball M. Day 
Kimball Otis 
King John G. 
Kingsbury Geo. II. 
fKnapp Wiih. nn 
Kuhn George 11. 
Kuhn John 
Lamb Thomas 
Lane Ch . s 
LaihrOp .John 
Lawrence Abbott 
*Lawrence Amos A. 
Lawrence James 
Lawton John T. 
Leavitt Bens* n 
Leavitt David 
Leavitt li omas H. 
Lee James W. 
♦Lee Thomas J. 
Le'ighton Charles 
Leighton George 
♦Leigh ton John C. 
Lcrow Lewis 
Lewis Wit-low 
Lincoln Charles D. 
Lincoln Ch: rles S. 
•Lincoln Ezra 
Lincoln F. W., Jr. 

• In H( man 
Lit( : I Id Ira 
Little Cb irles H. 
Lin IdWnlter.Jr. 
ri I : u G. 

Lodge James 
Lodge John E. 
Lor in g Benjamin 
*Lorint? Charles G. 
Loriirg C. William 
Lorimr David 
LorrniJ Edward G. 
I ^iug Francis C. 
Loriug Joh-a A. 
Lothrop 1. K. 
Loud Andrew J. 
Lovejoy Joseph C. 
Lovett Charles W. 
Lovett Samuel I. 



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Lovis Francis A. 

L.-v:!! Augustus 
Lowell John 
Lowell John A. 
•Lunt George 
Lyman George W. 
Maine Sebeus C. 
Mande'.l Moses J. 
Manley John II. 
Manning Francis C. 
Marble William 
Marsh Levi H. 
Marsh Lucius B. 
Marsh Thomas J. 
Martin Enoch 
Martin Pearl 
Martin William C. 
Mason David H- 
Mason George M. 
Mason Lyman 
Massey Stephen D. 
Matthews Nathan 
May Samuel 
McCartney Wm. H. 
McCleary Samuel F. 
McCleilan John 
McGilvrav David F. 
McLeilan" George F. 
McLeilan Geo.*W. 
Mears Granville 
Merriani Charles 
Merriam Otis W. 
Merrill Amos B. 
Merrill James-C. 
Merwin Elias 



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* Mills James K. 
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Nurter Thomas F. 

Obcr John P. 

Odiorne James C. 

Osgood Isaac P. 

Otis Edmund 13. 

Otis George A. 

Packard Sylvanus 

fPage John It. W., 

Page Timothy R. 

Paige James V.*. 

Paine Henry W. 

Paine John Treat 

Paine Robert Treat 

Palfrey Francis W. 

Palfrev William 

Park Daniel 
, Park John C. 

* Parker Aurelius D. 

Parker Charles H. 

Parker Chas. Henry 
i Parker-Edward G. 

Parker Francis E. 

Parker Ilenrv M. 

Parker Horatio G. 

Parker John Brooks 

Parker John D. 

Parke: Matthew S. 

f Parker Samuel D. 

■Parker William 

Parkmau George F. 

Parkraan William 

Parks Nath'V Austin 

Parmeuter Win. E. 

Parsons Samuel 

Parsons William 

Peabody Owen G. 

Pearson Eiiphalet 

Peirce Jonathan 

Peirce Roger N. 

Peirce Silas 

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'emoer Thos. 
Perkins IV-uj., Jr. 
* Perkins David 
Perkins Samuel S. 
Perkins Thos. II. 



! I' ,i!!ip 3 Goo. Wm. 

j Phillips Jonath n 
j '•• Phillios Til >s. W. 

•Philljpj Will trd 

Pickering \r:..::r 
! Pickering Edward 
' Pi kerinsr J .:.-i 
: f, ■ e Edward L. 

Pike Charles E. 

Pike Ezekl.d W. 
! Pinery. Samuel El. 
| Pinkerton John M. 
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Prescott Frederic W. 
Prescott LeviT. 

Prescott William H. 
Preston George H. 
Preston Jonathan 
Price E. Sewall 
Prince Frederick 0. 
Proctor George B. 
Proctor Thomas P. 
Putnam Geo., Jr. 
Putnam John P. 
tQuiucy Josiah, Jr. 
Quincy Samuel M. 
Qninn James ' 
Rand Edward S. 
Rand EdwardS., Jr. 
Randall Otis G. 
Ranney Ambrose A. 
Raymond Edw. A. 
Raymond F. F. 
Read James 
Reed Benjamin T. 
Reed Edward 
Reed John, Jr, 
Reed Sampson 
Reed Samuel G. 
Restieaux Thomas 

* Revere Joseph W. 
Reynolds Wm. B. 
Rice Alexander H. 
Rice Freeman 
Rice George E. 
Rice Henry 

Rice Henry A. 
Rice James 
Rich Otis 
Rich Thomas P. 
Richards J.Avery 
Richardson Abijah 
Richardson Geo. F. 
Richardson Hen ryL. 
Richardson Ivory W. 
Richardson Jeffrey 
Riehards'n Josiah B. 
Richardson Thos. F. 
Richardson Win. F. 
Ridgwav Sam'l S. 
■*Rilev Patrick 
Ritchie Harrison 
Roach Thos.R. 
Robb James ij. 
Robbins Chas. 
Robinson John P. 

* Robinson Jona. P. 
Robinson Thos. W. 
Rogers Charles O. 
Rogers Daniel H. 
Rogers Henry B. 
Rogers Shubael G. 
Rogers William 
Rollins J. W. 
Ropes Samuel W. 
Rosa Samuel J. 
Rotch Benjamin S._ 
ll^'-vri:. T nomas 
Russ Augustus 
Russell Besjj. F. 
•itussell Ch aides T. 
•Rnssell Thomas 
Russell Thos. H. 

Ryan Edward 
Salisbury Daniel W. 
Salmon John 
Saltonstuil Leverett 
»Sn npson Geo. R. 
So ipson Wm! H. 
Sanborn Erastus W. 
Sanders Oren S. 



Sanderson Jas. G." 
Sanford Philo 
f-Sin er George P. 
Sargent Ignatius 
fSovage James 
S iwyer Frederick W. 
Sawyer Geo. A. 
Sawyer Jabez A. 
Scudder Henry A. 
Searle George W. 
♦Sears David 
Sears Philip H. 
Seaver Nathaniel 
Severance Jona. B. 
Sew. 11 Benjamin 
Sewall Samuel E. 
Seymour Fred'k Z. 
Sharp Daniel 
Shattuck Geo. 0. 
Shattuck Lemuel 
Shaw Benjamin S. 
Shaw Gardner H. 
Shaw George A. 
Shaw Lemuel Jr. 
Shaw Nathaniel B. 
fShaw Samuel 
Shaw Samuel S. 
Shaw Southworth 
Sheppard J^'nn H. 
Shimmin Chas. F. 
Shipley Horatio 
*Shurtleff Nath'l B. 
Siders Charles . 
^Simmons Chas, F. 
fSimmons D A. 
Simonds Alvaa 
*Sl'eeper Jacob 
Sleeper Oriu C. 
Sloan Samuel W. 
Smith Amos. Jr. 
Smith Charles 
Smith Chauneey 
Smith Danid E. 
Smith Ebenezer 
Smith George A. 
Smith George G. 
Smith George H. 
Smith Henry- 
Smith Henrv B. 
Smith Henry W. 
Smith Horace 
Smith Jeremiah 
Smith Jerome V 
.Smith John H. 
Smith Joseph 
Smith Thos. C. • 
Smith William 
Smith Wm. B. 
Smith Wm. ILL. 
Snow Samuel T. . 
v *Sohier Edward D. 
Sohier William 
^Sr.'-?.£r v< !'>,am V 
! Soren John J. 
Spear Nathaniel T. 
Spinney Samuel R. 
*Sprague Charles 
fSpraguc Peleg 
Spur/ Oliver IL 
Sticy William R. 
Standish William 
Stanw >od hi muel 
Starbuek Win. C. 
S 'earns G?>r- f ~- T. 
fStedman Chas. H« 
Stedman Francis D. 
tSteveus Benj imio 
Stevens Chas. E. 
Stevens Edward G. 



C. 



SUFFOLK COUNTY. 



77 



«!rvt?ns Oliver 
<?,-v.-:i>n:v J. Thos. 
Su>ddai t Lewis T. 
iviorie Anson J. 
St. no Henry W. 
St itcv Charles W. 
■»tory Franklin II. 
S'orv Joseph 
•Stursris William 
Suiiivan James P. 
f Sullivan Richard, Jr. 
rS. miner Charles 
Sumner Frcd'k A. 
Safer Hales W. 
S-.v ill w Asi 
Swift William H. 

Pappan John 
Tanpan Lewis W. 
Tafhell George G. 
T.irbei! John P. 
Thacher Thomas 
Thaxter Adam W. 
Thaxter David 
Thayer Charles F. 

1 ''ii iyer Geo. W. 
Thayer James B. 

l'hayer Nathaniel 
Thomas Charles G. 
Thomas Seth J. 
Thomas William 

L'hotnpson Chas., Jr. 
Thompson X. W. 

f Thompson X. A. 

fhornpson Wra. V. 

L'horndike John H. 
Thorndike John P. 

Thorrtdike Sam'l L. 

Thornton J.Wingate 

Ticknor George 

Ticknor Wra* D. 

Til ton Stephen 

Tikon Warren 

Tobey Seth 

i ' nan Samuel 

tTolman Thomas 

Tomlinson John H. 

Torre v Charles 

Torrc'y John G. 
' rev Joseph G. 

Towne William lh 

Tracy Frederick U. 
i'raiii Enoch 

The ier Alanson 

Tucker James C. 

Tucker L< wis 

Tucker William 

Tucker Wm. F. 

Tudor Frederick 

Tufts William 
1' truer Alfred T. 

Tuttle Chas. W. 

Tax bury Goo. W. 

Tyler J." Kendall . 
1 -h r Joan 
Tyler John S. 

ikderwood Adin B. 
Huderwo* d F. ii. 
Underwood Guy C. 
Upham Heary 
Uj ham Wm. 3. 
tUp'ton G :o. B. 
Gr ma Jos oh 
Varna ra Wiiiiana 
Vo* e lidwwrl A. 
5 ; • ■■'•'• 'Wlh Alex. 
;--:;■■ dJufan JEL 
J}.&kefieldThos. L, 
^ itlker Clement A. 



Walker Henry W. 
Walker Wm. L. 

Ward Charles T. 

Ward Joseph 11. 
Ward Michael J. 

Ward .Samuel D. 

Ward Samuel G. 

Ward William 

Ware Darwin E. 

Ware Ephraim G. 

Ware Henry 

Warner Hermann J. 

Warren Alfred B. 

Warren Charles H. 

Warren Daniel 

Warren John C. 

Warren J. Mason 

Warren John W r . 

Warren Wm. W. 

Washburn Alex'r C. 

Washburn Cvrus 

Washburn John M. 

*Washburn W.R.F. 

*Watt Francis G. 

Webb Chas H. 

Webster Fletcher 

Webster Sidney 

Weeman Ehenezer 

Welch Charles A. 

Welch Francis 

Welch John P. 

Weld William F. 

Wellington Ambrose 

Wellington Hiram 
_ Wellman Wra. A. 
j *WelIs Charles 
i West Benjamin II. 
j Weston Al-.ien B. 
| Wetmore Thomas 

Wheeler Alex'r S. 

Wheeler Samuel I<. 
| WheelockFordyceF. 
j Wheelwright And.C. 
j Wheelwright Geo. 

White Charles H. 

White Horace Ii. 
White Lurher L. 

W ' U\-:\ i-g V\, f,''.,lin. 

j Whitney Geo. A, 
Whitney Joseph 
Whitney Marshall 
Whitttemore Benj.F 
Whiteinore Ta'os.J. 
Whitwell Samuel 
Wiggio C.has.B. 
Wiggia James S. 
Wig htm an Jos. M. 
Wi'lour Asa 
Wilbur Horace B. 
Wild James C. 
* Wilde Geo. C. 
Wilder David, Jr. 
Wl'-kins Charles 
*Wilkins Joan H. 
Wilkins Levi 
*Wiiiard Joseph 
Willard Joseph A. 
Willard Sidney 
Willcutt Levi L, 
Wiilett William 
Wilh'y Tohnan 
Williams George F 
"U!u as Goo W. A 
huM:os Horatio 
'illluHs John II. 



in 



s J oh 



Willi i.i- ■ Jos. 0-. s 
Willi mis Hubert B. 
•Wiiliarua Sam'l Iv. 



Williamson Wm. C. j Woodbury Chas. L. 
Willis Clement j Woodman George 

Willis Hamilton Woodman Horatio 
Willis Horatio M. Worthington Roland 
Wilson Archelaus Wright Albert J. 
Wilson William H. ' Wri«bt Edwin 
fWinthrop Rob't C. *Wr"ight Isaac H. 
Withington Geo. W.j Wright John M. 
Wolcott F. E. A. j Wriuht John S. 
Wolec-tc John W. J Wright Wiliiam 
Wolcott J. H. I Young Edward 

Wood Richard S. I 

Justices of the Peace. 

[Includirtff Justices of the Peace and Quorum, dkaig- 

noted l>j a" .j 

Chelsea. Samuel Bassett, *llamleit 
Bates, Joshua Bean, Ralph Beatly, 
Wm. C. Brown, Simeon Butterfield, 
Isaac R, Butts, Thomas J. Carruth, 
Mellen Cnamberlain, Ira Cheever, 
Tracy P. Cheever, Benjamin Dodge, 
James P. Farley, Francis B. Fay, 
Orin W. Fiske, John \V. Fletcher, 
Benjamin J. Gerrish, George A. Ger- 
rish, Charles F. Gerry, John E. M. 
Giltey, David Gould, William O. Has- 
kell, Wm. E. P. Haskell, Moses A. 
Herrick, Albert G. Hills. Jos. Hockey, 
Hosea lls'ey, James L. Jones, John 
; Low, Sebens C. Maine, Stephen D. 
i Masse} , Jacob Mitchell, Robert 'Morris, 
; Samuel Orcutt, Joseph B. Prince, 
i Harvey Rogers, ErastF.3 Rugg, Daniel 
! E. Smsth, Matthew \Velis Smith, Jos. 
! Wyeth, 

| North Chelsea, Henry F. Cooi;dge, 
| Nataaniel Coolidge, Benj. II. Dewing, 
*John F. Fenno, Jonathan Harring- 
ton, Benj. Shurtleff. 

IVinthrop, David Belcher, Edward 
Floyd, Hiram Pininaser, Jacitson ULh- 
ardson. 

Trial Justice. 
North Chelsea, John F. Fenno, 

Coroners. 

Boston, William Andrews, William 
M. Cornell, John S. EI. Fo»g, Ja rob 
Herrick, Sewall^F. Purcher, Edwin 
Riee, Erastus \Y. Sanborn, Charles 
Smith, Charles II. St dman, Duncan 

JMeB. Thaxter, David T-hayer, Wm. 

j E. Underwood, Jasper II. i'ork. 

Chelsea, Jacob Mitchell, Erastus 

Ilia-. 

! North Chelsea, John F. Fenno. 

i Winthrop, Edward Floyd. 

Notaries Public. 

I Boston, Ail ert VS. Adam?, Charles 
! B. E. Adams, Preston A. AmesJ, Saml 
I Andrews, Adolphus Bates, John P. 
Hi'gelow, Prescott B'gelow, Luther 
Biorlgett, Joseph R. Bradford, L\o}d 
Briggs, Ira Cheever, Henrj Clark, 



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Samuel F. Coolidge, Wm. W. CowIps, 
Amos Curacnings, Jr., Benjamin II. 
Currier, George II. Cutter, Edward 
A. Dexter, Thomas A. Dexter, Chas. 
E. W. D.immoek, Albert Dodd, John 
E. M, Gffley, Daniel W. Gooch, Fred- 
eric H. Harris, Joseph L. Henshaw, 
George M. Hobbs, Wm. Hobbs, Jr., 
Joseph Hockey, Jacob Q. Kettelle, 
Wm. M. Luthrop, Thomas H. Leavttt, 
Ezra Lincoln, Walter Uittlefield, Jr., 
Jaoies il. Lunt, Martin Keller, G. W. 
MeLellan, Hugh Montgomery, Edward 
R. Moore. Matthew S. Parker, Thos, 
Pember, Otis G. Kan* 1 all, Hoary Rice, 



George F. Richardson, Henry L. Rich- 
ardson, Edward Russell, Philo Sai ford 
Nathaniel Seaver, Dan'l Sharp, Ed -via. 
A. Sinionds, Joseph L. Stone, Dun- 
can McBean Thaxter, Chas. F.Thayer, 
Newell A. Thompson, John S. Tyler, 
Joseph Yiia, Jr., Edward C. Weed. 

Chelsea, Haralett Bates, Joseph 
Hookey, Ira Cheever, John II. Kim- 
ball, Jason B. Loomis. 

Commissioners of Wracks. 

George A. Tanley, of North Chelsea, 
Edward Floyd, of Wmthrop. 



WORCESTER COUNTY. 



Incorporated April 2, 1731. 

Population in 1855, 149, 545. 



Shire Town, Worcester. 
Number of Towns, 58. 

COUNTY OFFICEBS. 

Judge of Probate and Insolvency, - Henry. Chapin, - - Worcester. 

Register of Probate and Insolvency., ■ John J. Piper, - - Fitchburg. 

Assist. R,eg. of Probate and Insolvency, Chas. E. Stevens, - - Worcester. 

Clerk of Courts, - Joseph Mason, - - Worcester. 

AsslitaM Clerk, - - - Wm. A. Smith, - - Worcester. 

Register oj Deeds, - - Alexander IL Wilder, - Worcester. 

County Treasurer, - Anthony Chase, - - Worcester. 

( Edward Lamb, - - Worcester. 

( J. S. C. Knowiton, - - Worcester. 

John S. G. Knowiton, - TVorcester. 



Overseers of the House of Correction, 



SJi 



en i": , 



Deputy Sheriff.;. 

Ashlyurnlmm, Marshall VVetherbee. 

Athol, J..hn II- Partridge. 

Barre, Franjdin Smith. 

Blackstone, Daniel T. Thayer. 

Clinton, Enoch K. Gibbs. 

Fltchhurg, Alphexis P. Kimball. 

Gardner, G*o. W. Dodd. 

Grafton, Jonathan I). Sibley. 

Rubhardston, Appleton Clark. 

Leominster, Wm. II. Yountr. 

Milford, Samuel W. lin \sxrd, Jos. 
D. Hunt. 

Wltbnrj;, John W. Whipple. 

Pet* r.d'arn, Cephas Willard. 

Southbridge, Solomon Thayer. 

Spencer. Francis Adam*, ~h. 

Templettm, John Ste irns. 

Uxbridge\ Thomas Aldrich. 

Webster, Solomon S hum Way. 

West Bro > ;'■■■■/. Silas i >. Cooke. 

W&tilmrn', Daniel F. Newton, 

Winchendoh, Joseph S. Watson. 

IVorccskr, Lovell Baker, Jo!.u L. 
Baker, Jonathan Day. 



Crier of Courts?. 
II. K. Nev/comb, Worcester. 

Jailer and Master of House of Cor- 
rection. 

Rufas Carter, Worcester. 

Sessions of Probate Courts. 

At Barre, on the Fridays next after 
the third Tuesdays of Mav and Octo- 
ber. 

At Clinton, on the third Tuesdays of 
May and October. 
J At Fitchburo, on the Wednesdays 
! next after the third Tuesdays of May 

and October. 
j At MUford, on the fourth Tuesday 
i of May, and Wednesday next after 
fourth Xyesday in October. 

At Tempifttori, on the Thursdays 
next after the third Tuesdays of May 
and October. 

At Uxliridge, on the fourth Tuesday 
of October. 

At West Broohfield, on the second 
Tuesdays of May and October. 



"WORCESTER COUNTY. 



M Worcester, first Tuesday of every 
month. 

Sessions of Court of Insolvency. 



G-'o. Rockwood, Chas. Stearns, Eno,ch. 
Wbitmore, Ohio Whitney, Jr. 

Athol, Chaw, C. Bassett, Elias Bas- 

sett, Benjamin Esfabrooks, * Charles 

rfer, on the second and Field, Lyman W. Hapgood, Theodore 

fourth I uesday of each month. I Jones, Calvin Kelton, J. P. Lvnde, 

Ar Fitchburg, on the tburth Satnr- j John EL Partridge, Nath'l Richardson, 

days of January, Miroh, May, July, ! *Isaar; Stevens." 

September, and .November.. | Auburn, William Emerson, John 

_ .■ -J . . . j Hellish, Stephen Savarv, Isaac Sawin. 

County Commissioners. D ' ,-.vf D . ,,- ... -, 

Barre, Lhas. onmblecom, *JN*htim 
Asaph Wood, Gardner, Chairman; \ j\ Brvant, f Ed ward Dennv, J. Mar- 
dimes ^ Alien, Oakham; Velorous j tm Go'rham, John King, *I)avid Lee, 
iarr, Upton. | Henrv J. Shattuck, Lvman Sibley, 

%«*«/ awm^w/^w, The?. BiK Edwin Woods, John F. Woods, SamT 
lings, Lunenburg; Constant South- jy. W'oods. 
vronh, Hard wick. Benin, Josiah Babcock, Wm. Bas- 

Tmes of Meeting.—At Worcester, j sett? Amo , Sawyer, Asa Sawyer. 
the -1th Tuesday in .March, the second i Blackstone, Jared Benson, Jr., Silas 
Tuesday in September, the third Tues- j a. Bur^e-s, Arthur Cook, Welcome 
day of Jane, and fourth Tuesday of Earimm, Dan Kill, John. C. Scott, 
:ceraber. | Geo, N. Smith, Moses D. South wick, 

Wm. L. South wick, Preserved S. 
Thayer. Walter Thorpe. Paul P. Todd, 
Abel Wilder, Witiard Wilson. 



Commissioner^ under Personal Li 



Fitehb-itrg, Chaiie? Ma ; -oo, 
Worcester, Henry Chapin. 



Commissioners of Insolvency. 

A'kol, Isaac Stevens. 
Fuchburg.D^ld H.MeTriarad 
Mtiford, Thomas G. Kent, 
Worcester. Hartley William?. 



Wor 

SI r.; i 



Public Administ 
it. William J< 



..crs, 



Masters in Chancery. 



Hartley Williams. 



Jaapia, Wm. S. 
Henry C. Bice, 



Commissioners to Qualify Cirfi 
Oincers. 



Bolion, Roswell Barrett, *John E. 
Fry, Amory Holman, George F. Rice, 
Jos. Sawyer, Caleb Wheeler, Edwin 
A. Whitcomb. 

Boyk'on, Charles Andrews, George 
A. Cotting, James Davenport, Levi 
Ilolbrook. 

Brookjield, Braman B. Adam?. Geo". 
E. Clapp, Oliver C. Felton, George 
Forbes, *"G$is Hay den, Francis Howe, 
Wm. Howe, D wight llyile, A v, on 
Kimball, Hiram Pierce, Abram Skin- 
ner. 

Charlton, Henry Clark, Rufus B. 
Dodge, Levi Hammond, Simeon Lamb, 
Wm. P. Marble, John Spur, Salem 
Town. 

Clinton, Horatio N. Bigelow, *John 
T. Dame, Charles F. W. Parkhurst, 
Ezra Sawyer, Charles G. Stevens, 
Athol, Charles Field, Theod. Jones, Joshua Thisse.il, Jr. 
taac Stephens. Dana, Nath'l Johnson, Nath'l L. 

B-irre, Lyman Sibley, Edwin Woods. Johnson, Charles Nelson Sdmpsjn, 
FUrii/nirg, Ebenezer Torrey, Nath'l Daniel Si-one. 
' -d. (Juuiiauiu F. Bailey. j Douglas, Fenner Batoheller, Adol- 

Oxfoi'd, Emery jSaulbrd, Jasper j phus F. Brown, Enoch Brown, Com- 
fc>rown. | fort Carpenter, Warren Humes, Wm. 

Worcester, Abijah Bijrelow, Henry I D. Jones, Moses Knapp, Lyman Par- 
' '■■••'• sn, Chas- W. Hartshorn, William j sons, 

- imUon. Levi Lincoln* Joseph Mason, \ Dudley. Closes Barnes, John Eddy, 
\\ wg« UMLvhardsun, Wm.'A. Smith, j Charles C. Wood, Henry il. Ste- 
L "• '"ii vV-iliard. j vens. 

Fitchhurg, Goldsmith F. Bailey, 

Thos. R. Boutelle, Judisan S. Brown, 

,*: j Chas. Burleioh, Thus. C. Caldwell, 

■•■■■-'-' -.i -• *-j J Alvah Crocker, Levi Down, Alfred 

A+hburnham, Ivers Adams. Albert j Hitchcock, Albert S. InuaHs, Moses 

"• Andrews, Charles W. Btirr»»iey G. Lyons, Joseph W. Mansur, Cheder- 

•.' ' -» L Catnndngs, Daniel Elds, Jr.. j iaomer Marshall* Chas. Mason, David 

*> i-mim i\ Ellis, Jerome W» Foster, * IL Merriam, William J. Mernam, 



Justices of the Peac 



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MASSACHUSETTS REGISTER. 



•Amasa Norcross, Hale W. Pa^e, 
Ivers Phillip-, John J. Piper, Abe! 
Simonds, Chas. H. B. Snow, Cyrus 
Thurston, fEbeii. Torrev, Thornton 
K. \V r are, Sidney 1). Willis, Moses 
Wood, ' *Nath 'l VVood, Wra. Wood- 
bury, Wrn. G. Wyman. 

Gardner, Chauncey W. Carter, 
Tborley Coilester, John Edgell, Tbos. 
E. Giazier, John M. Moore, Rufus 
Newton, Francis Richardson, Simeon 
W. A. Stevens. 

Grafton, *Otis Adam?, Sauiuel H. 
Alien, ^Abraham M. Biyelow, Edwd. 

B. Bigelow, H. D. P. Bigelow Chas. 
Brigham, Oliver M. Brigham, Joseph 
Bruce, Jonathan Gary, Thomas T. 
Griggs, Chas. B. Jenks, Jos. Leland, 
Chandler M. Pratt, John W. Slocomb, 
Wai. F, Slocum, Jonathan Warren, 
Ruf'is E. Warren, Jonathan D. Wheel- 
er, James W. White, Stejpben R. 
White, Washington White, Charles 

C. Wood. 

Hardwick, Andrew J. Bartholomew, 
Daniel S. Collins, Vim. Mixter, Aimou 
M. Oreutr. 

Harvard, Emory Barnard, Augus- 
tus G. Hill, Eliakim A. Hohuan, Noah 
Warner, Reuben Whiteomb, Jr , Wm. 
B. Wiilard. 

Maiden, Charles Chafl'm Cyrus 
Chenerv, Joseph H. Gleason, Theron 

E. Hail, Wm. C. aietcaii', David F. 
Parmenter. 

i&ibbavdston, William Bennet, Jr., 
8. Fv. Heyweod;Benj. D. Phelps, Wm. 
E. -Richardson, *George Williams. 

Lancaster, Bradford K. Peiree, John 
G. Thurston. John M. Washburn, So- 
loa Whiting. 

Leicester, Joseph A. Denny, Cheney 
Hatch, *Horatia G. Hetishaw, Sam'j 
L. Hodges;, Hiram Knight, Samuel if. 
Moore, John N. Mm dock, Sewali 
Sargent, Fred. S. Taylor, Xalman 
Trask. 

Leominster, James Bennett, George 
S. Burrage, Leonard Barrage, Joel 
W. Fletcher, Charles Grout, Noah R. 
Harlow, Chas. II. Merriam, Augustus 
Morse, fDavid Wilder, Wm. Wilder, 
Merrict Wood. 

Lunenburg, Thos. BilEngs, *Cyrus 
Kilburn. 

Mention, Benjamin Davenport, John 
G.Metealf, Andrew II. Reed, Ainariah 
Xaft, Arnold Taii 

Milford, Seth P. Carpenter, Charles 

F. Chapin, Lyman S. Clark, Clark 
Ellis, John Ersktae, Leander Hot* 
broafer, Thomas G. Keur, Aaron C. 

MayheW, Lyman Ma* :...rd. Alb rt 
Newhall, George G. Parker, Andrew 
J. isumner, John S. Seaminel, H. B. 



J Staples, Sullivan Thayer, Alvin G. 
| Underwood, Orison Underwood, Jas. 
X. Woudbary. 

Millbury, Ellas Forbes, Ephraim 
Gouldimj, Ithran Harris, Clough R. 
Miles, *Daniel J. Paul, *Samuel D. 
Torrey, As.*h IT. Wafers. 

New Braintree, Henry A. Delano, 
fSamuel Mister. 

Northborough, Geo. Barnes, Samuel 
Clark, George C. Davis. -[Cyrus Gale. 
Anson Rice, Abraham W. Seaver. 

Northbridgc, Ebenezer Cadwell, 
Paul W. Dudley, John Taylor, Hiram 
Wing. 

North Brookfield. Chas. Adams, Jr., 
* William Adams, Erastus Hill, James 
H. Hill, Joan Hill, Hiram Knight, 
Geo. H. Lowe, Bonum Nye, Pliny 'Sye. 
| Amasa Walker, Freeman W r a.iker. 

Oakham, James Allen, Mark Has- 
kell. 

Oxford, Nelson Bartholomew, Jas. 
per Brown, .* Jonathan P. Dana, Geo. 

F. Daniels, Alexander De Witt, Na- 
thaniel Eddy, George W. Hartwell, 
Cyrus Lamb, John B. Pratt, Samuel 
W. Smith. 

Paxton, Ambrose Fames, Silas D. 
Harrington, Solon C. Howe, Theo. C. 
Prputy. 

Petersham, Collins Andrew, Seth 
Hapgood, Lewis Whitney. ' 

PkiUipsion, Jason Goulding, Edw*d 
Powers, Oliver Powers, Ephraim Tur- 
ner. 

Princeton, Alphonso Brooks, John 
Brooks, Jonas Brooks, Jr., David H. 
Gregory, Solon S, Hastings, Ephraim 
Osgood, Joseph A. Reed, f Charles 
Russell. 

lioyahton, Barnet Bullock, Jervis 
Davis, Joshua B.Gould, Lucius Vi. 
Partridge, Bencni Peck, Isaac P. 
Willis. " 

Rutland, J. "Warren Bigelow, Ho- 
race Brooks, Zadock W. Gates, Calvin 

G. Howe. 

Shrewsbury, Asa IT. Allen, Lucius 
S. Alien, * Adam Harrington, William 
H, Knowlton, Orviile Latbrop, George 
Leonard, Thomas R. Norcross, Job C. 
Stone, Thomas W. Ward. 

Soutkbvro', | Sullivan Fay, William 
Greenwood, Peter P. Howe, Enos 
Kmir, Curtis Newton, Oliver S. San- 
i'ord. 

Soutlihridgn, Malcolm Ammidown, 
Daniel F. Bacon, Andrew J. Bartholo- 
mew, * Frederick W. Boiham, Syl- 
vester Dresser, Samuel M, Lane, Man- 
ning Leonard, John O. McKinstry. 
George A. Vinton. 

Spencer, * James Draper, William 
T. Harlow, Luther Hill, George II. 



YVOECESTEK COU>'TY. 



81 



Llvprmc-e, William Pope, Richard 
Sullen, William Upham, Eli J. Whit- 
Xeaiore. 

Sterling, Jonathan S. Buttrick, 
Samuel Houghton, Ezra Kendall, 
William D. Peck, Luther W. Rugg, 
Samuel Sawyer. 

Sturbridge, * George I) avis, Simeon 

A. I>rake, Calvin P. Fiske, Benjamin 
D. Hyde, Edward Phillips, Jonathan 
Sikes, Avery P. Taylor, Roswell War- 
ner. David Wight. 

Saltan, Benj L. Bateheller, Harvey 
Dodge, Foster Freeland, Horace Le- 
land, Edmund J. Mills, Solomon 
Severy, Henry J. Sibley, Sylvester 
Sibley, James Taylor, Daiv! Tenney, 
Paris Tourteilor, John W. Whipple. 

Tempieton, Alonzo Bancroft, Benj. 
Brown, Joseph Davis, Oilman Day, 
Dexter G loort, George P. Hawks, 
*Arteiaas Lee, Samuel Lee, Henry 
Newton, Frederick Parker, Varan ua 
IX Parkburst, Henry Smith, Leonard 
Stone, William N. Walker, John W. 
Work. 

Upton, Nabum W. Holbrook, * Eli- 
jah S-roddard, Velorous Taft. 

Uxbrldne, Lueien C. Boynton, Adol- 
phae Cnapm, Alvin Cook, Francis 
Deaue, Merrill Greene, Nabum Morse, 
George S. Tafr, Zadoek A. Tafr, Jo- 
seph Thayer, Theodore B. Whiting. 

Warren, James S. Davis, Daniel 
Hiieheoefe, Joseph F. Hitchcock, Par- 
don Keys, Joseph B. Lombard, Levi 

B. Money, Nathan Richardson. 
WtbMer, Hiram Allen, Henrv E. 



B- 



irVii'Uam ii. 
iiSon, Lyts-an She 



Weaiboro', Lewis II. Boutell, B. 
Boynton, Elmer Brigham, John A. 
Fayerwca'h-r, Jabez G. Fisher, * Na- 
hum Fisher, Samuel D. Fisher, Otis 
F. \ i.'H'on. Samuel N, While. 

West Boyteton, Everett Webster 
Btijelow, Charles Goodale, Ebenezer 
Mi Homier, Lemuel D. Newton, Levi 
Pierce, Oliver B. Sawyer, Windsor N. 
Whir*-, Aaron E. Winter. 

W'.<t BrrxAyiebl, Linus Bannister, 
Baxter Ellis, Alanson Hamilton, David 
L. Monil, *Joseph A. Sprague, Wm. 
R, Thomas. 

Westminster, William S. Bradbury, 
Joseph tlagar, John Minot, Joseph 
M. Whitman, Harrison G. Whitney, 
Benjamin Wyaaan. 

Wmckmdtm, Amos W. Buttrick, 
B ; .*thu«| Eilus, Edwin S. Merrill, Joseph 
S. W% son, Giles 11. Whitney. 

Vy&rctster, fP. Emory Aldricb, 
fCliafiei Allen, Samuel Allen, Calvin 
W. Angier, James G.- Arnold, Peter 
C Bacon, Geo. W. Baldwin, Phineas 



Ball, Jnmes IT. Bancroft, Emory 
Bannister, *ira M. '{Jwoti. W'iHiam 
S. Barton, William M. Bickford, 
*Abijah Bigelow, Harrison Bli^s, 
Calvin Mi Brooks, Alexander H. 
Buliock, fAsa L. Burbaxik, Benjamin 
Butman, George Chandler, Henry 
Chapin, Anthony Chase, .Wm. D. 
Cheever, Samuel H. Colton, Edwin 
Conant, Augustus N. Currier, Albert 
Curtis,' Appleton Dadmun, Caleb 
Dana, *Jobn A. Dana, Ezekiel Dan- 
iels, Edward L. Davis, flsaac Davis, 
Wm. S. Davis, Jonathan Day, Wm. S. 
Denny, Henry A. Denny, Charles De- 
vens, Jr., Francis H. Dewey, John B. 
Dexter, John B. Dexter, Jr., Silas 
Dinsmore, Wm. Dickinson, A. Jones 
Eatou, *Wm. Eaton, G. H. Estabrook, 
*James Estabrook, J. E. Esrabrook, 
Abraham Firth, Benj. Fiag<z, D wight 
Foster, Samuel B. I, Goddard. *Wm. 
N, Green, *Wm E. Greene, *Wm, 
Greenleaf, Wm. Grout, Franklin Hail, 
Charles A. Hamilton, Edward Hamil- 
ton, Parley Hammond, Timothy W. 
Hammond, William Harrington, Clar- 
endon Harris, William II. Harris, 
•Charles W. Hartshorn, Samuel F. 
Haven, Nathan Heard, Edward H. 
Hemenwav, Charles Hersevj Hamilton 
A. FLU, C'nas.H. Hill, *J. Henry Hill, 
Geo. F. Hoar, George Hobbs, C'harles 

A. Holbrook, William R. Hooper, Wm. 
H. Howe, S. A. Howland, *Samuel 
Jt unison, *William Jenn son. Chas. 
L. Knowlton, John S. C. Knowhon, 
Edward Lamb, Orville Lathrop, Dan. 
W. Lincoln, 'Ed ward W-Lineoln, {Levi 
Lincoln, Wm. S. Lincoln, *jbs Mason, 
*Lewia A Mavnard, W. B. Maxwell, 
Matthew J. McCafierfy, Thos.-MeGm- 
nis, Thos. Me.riam, Charles M. Miles, 
Thomas L. Nelson, *Rejoice Newton, 
Patrick O'Keefe, Charles Paine, Fred- 
erick W. Paine, Nathaniel Paine, Cal- 
vin E. Pratt, William W. Pratt, Addi- 
son Prentiss, Charles G. Pn j nn<s. Geo. 
M. Prentiss, Charles L. Putnam, Chas. 
W. Itiee, George T. Rice, Henry C. 
Rice, William 'W. Riee, *George W. 
Richardson, * Austin L. Rogers, Ste- 
phen Salisbury, Samuel bmith, * Wil- 
liam A. Smith, Co as. E. Stevens, Elijah 

B. Stoddard, Daniel Stonej Samuel V. 
Stone, Nathaniel Stowell, Geo. Swan, 
Putnam W- Taff, Aim Thayer, Lewis 
Thaver, *Benj, F. Thomas, Williao, 

C. Tnompson, Obad ah 11. Tiltotrsom 
Horado N. Tower, *Charlea Thurber, 
George A. Trumbull, Jo-;. Trumbull, 
Stephen P. Twiss, Edwa.d W. Vaiil, 
Gill Valentine, Geo. F. Verry, Dauiel 
Ward, * Charles Washburn, llei rv S. 
Wa=hburn, John D. Washburn, Geo. 



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A. WethereH, John W. Wetherell, 
G-o. W. Wheeler, fCharles White, 
•Calvin Wil.tordj Alex. II. Wilder, 
Joel Wilder, *llartley Williams, Win. 
A. Williams. 

Trial Justices. 

Athol, I?aao Stevens. 
Barre, David Lee. 
Biackstone, Willard Wilson. 

Clinton. John T. Dames. 
Dana, Nathaniel L. Johnson. 
Fi'chburg, Thornton K. War;*. 
Gardner, Chauncey W\ Carter. 
Grafton, Chandler M. Pratt. 
Holden, David F. Parmenter. 
Leominster, Joel W. Fletcher. 
Northborough, Samuel Clark. 
North B rook f eld, James II. Hill. 
Oxford, Jasper Brown. 
Souihbridge, Sylvester Dresser. 
Spene&r, Luther Hill. 
Sutton, Edmund J. Mills. 
Templelo-n, Oilman Day. 
Uxbridge, Zadok A. Tafr, 
¥farren r Joseph F. Hitchcock. 
Webster, Hiram Alien. 
Westbofo*, Benj. Boynton. 
West B&ykioti, Eben. M. Hosmer, 
Westminster, Wa, S, Bradbury. 
Winchtndon, Bethuel Ellis. 
Worcester, Adi r i Thayer. 

l<f otaries Public. 

* 

Athol, Charles Field, Nath'l Rich- 
ardson, Isaac Scevena. 

jBteckslone, Paul P. Todd. 

Brookfleld, Otis Hayden. 

Clinton, Charles G. Stevens. 

Filchburg, Jos. W. "Mansur, Jonas 
A. MarsfeJl, William J. JSlertiam, Na- 
thaniel Wood. 

Grafton, William F. Slocum. 

Lancaster, John G. Thurston, Ed- 
mund C. Whitney. 

Leicester, Cheney Hatch, Horatio 
G. Hensbaw. 

Milford, David Brewer, Thomas G. 
Kent, John S. Searnmel. 

Military., Ira X. Goddard. 

K&rihboro*, Samuel Clark. 

Oxford, Emory Sanford. 



SouthJjridge, Calvin A. Paine. 

Spencer, William T. Harlow. 

Uxbridge, John W. Capron. 

Warren, Joseph F. Hitchcock. 

West Brvolfdd, David L. Morril. 

Winckendon, Giles H. Whitney. 

Worcester, Peleg E. Aldrich, Wm. 
S. Barton, John Boyden, John A. 
Dana, William Dickinson, Joseph S. 
Farnum, J. Henry Hill, Elijah B. 
Stoddard, Joseph Trumbull, Charles 
Wa;'aburn. 

Coroners. 

Auburn, J. S. Prentiss 1 . 
Bolton, Joseph Sawyer. 
Brookfleld, Wm. B. Hastings. 
Clinton, Geo. II. Kendall. 
Dana, John H. Farnsworth. 
Douglas, Samuel W. Heath. 
Filchburg, A. P. Kimball, Jonas A. 
Marsha!!, lvers Phillips. 

Holden, George Ftegg, Tfaeron S. 
Hall. 

ffubbardston, David Bennett. 
Leicester, Samuel H. Moore. 
Leominster, Wm. H. Young. 
Mend on, John G. Me tea If. 
Milford, Clark Ellis. 
iYor/A Brookfleld, Freeman Walker. 
Oxford, Sylvanua Harris, Wm. H. 
Thurston. 

Petersham, Cephas Willard. 
Princeton, Aiphonso Brooks. 
RoyaUton, Ambrose Clark, C\rus 
Davis. 

Rutland, Jednthan Green. 
Southhoro', Curtis Newton. 
Siurhidge, Edward Phillips.. 
Sutton, John W. Whipple. 

Templeton, Herman Partridge. 

Uxbridge, Scott Seagrave. 

Warren, Nelson Carpenter. 

Weslboro', Daniel F. Newton. 

West Brookfield, Solomon L. 
Barnes. 

Westminster, Frederick Allen. 

Winchendon, Joseph S. Watson. 

Worcester, Love 11 Baker, Jonathan 
Day, John E. Hathaway, Levi Jack- 
son, J. Marcus liice. 



MASSACHUSETTS MILITIA. 



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MASSACHUSETTS MILITIA. 

The Miliria of Massachusetts is divided into two classes, the active and 
enrolled; the latter consists of all li able-bodied white mule citizens of the 
age of eighteen jears, and under that of forty-five, excepting persons en- 
listed into volunteer companies, and persons exempted by law, or incapaci- 
tated by physical and other causes." The whole number enrolled in 1858, 
as appears from the Returns of Assessors of cities and towns (whose duly 
it is to make such returns), is 147, G82 ; being a decrease of 3,432 from 
last year. 

The Active Militia consists of Volunteers, who are paid a per diem 
allowance when on duty, — amounting, in the whole, to $7.50 per annum, 
each man of the Artillery, Infantry, and Riflemen; and S15 each for 
Cavalry. The commissioned Field and Staff Officers are paid $15, and 
the noa-eorarjiis-ioned Staff $9 ; , per annum. The militia consists, by the 
return* of 1SC'6, of 5,771 men. These are organized into three Divisions 
and six Brigades, embracing two Divisionary Corps of Cadets, one in Bos- 
ton and one in Salem ; one Company and one Section of Light Artillery ; 
five Oompaoies of Cavalry, and twelve Tegiments and one Battalion of 
Infantry ; and three Battalions of Bifleffien : in all 95 companies. 

The frrst division is made up of Militia in Suffolk, Norfolk, Plymouth, 
Bristol, Barnstable, Nantucket, and Dukes counties; the second, of 31iii- 
tia io Middlesex and Essex ; the third, of Militia in Worcester, Hamp- 
shire, Hampden, Franklin, Berkshire. 






GENERAL STAFF. 

Ilis Excellency, Na*fo*niel Prentiss Banks, of WaWnm, Commander-in-Chief, 

Adjutant General E ^nezer \Y. iroue, ot Koxbury. 

A'uts to Commander-in-Chief, with rank of Lieutenant Colonel: Edward G. 
Parker, of Brookiine; John H. Reed, of Boston ; George Walker, of Spring- 
field; Joseph H. D. Biuke, of Braiiuree, 



FIRST DIVISION. 

Mnj. General, Samuel Andrews, of Koxbury; Division Inspector, P. SvamF 
Duvb, of Cambridge ; Aith-de Camp, Henry C. Brooks, and William W.Clapp, 
Jr., of Boston ; Quarter Muster, Win. Baker, Jr., ot Boston ; Engineer, John lv, 
H Ail, of Boxburv ; Judge. Advocate, Thornton K. Lotiirop, of Boston, 

FIRST BB1GADE. , First Battalion— Light Dragoons. 

V iff. a--.-, , Wm. W. Byiioe'k, of Cartridge, j Major, fa F. White, of Snmerville. 



Brig. 3I(*j. a Innp., Axel Dearborn, of Dor- 
chester. 

Brig, Qr. Master, John Morui, of Boston- 

Hi i,/. LiJijinecr, Ahin Actinia. Jr., of Bos- 
ton, [ton. 

Brig. Aid->4e*.Camp, Solon Fisher, of Bos- 



CoRjpany of Li-ht Artillery - An- 
nexed to 1st Brigade. Colonel, Robert I. Burbank, Boston. 
Copt., Drmnnd F. Nin s, of Boston. Lieut. Cohnel, Albert J. Wright, Boston. 
•' V , Adiri Pariridgp, of i; tston. j Mfjor, Samuel G. Adams, Boston. 
^^itfo^Thoiaasli.l'iiikertonjof Boston. j Adjutant, T. Bigelow Lawrence, Bost 011 * 



Atb'. 3 Chns. W. Wilder, of Brookiine. 
Qr. Matter, Win. M. Watts, of Chelsea. 
Surgeon, Moses C. Greene, Boston. 

Comp. A, Boston, Cape., Mich;] C.Kenny. 
Comp. J>. Boston, Capt., Thos, J. Peirce, 

First Regiment— Infantry. 



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Qr. Master, Wra. C. Williamson, Boston. 
Pay Master, Wra. E. Webster, Boston. 
Surgeon, Wm E. Co !e, Boston. 

Surgeon's Mae, , , . 

Comp. A, Boston, Capt.,Cha.s. O. Rogers. 
Comp. B, Boston^ Capt., Harrison Ritchie. 
CoMP. C, South Boston, Captain, Joshua 
Jenkins. 

Comp. D, Bost m, Captain, Selden Page, 

of Charlestown. 
CoMP, E, Boston, Capt., Isaac F. Shepard. 
Comp. F, Boston, Capt., Henry A. Snow. 
Comp. H, Boston, Capt., George West. 

Second Be guraent— Infantry. 

Colonel, Robert Cowdin. Boston. 

Lit id. Colonel, Isaac S. Burrel!, Roxburv. 

Major, Frederick A. Heath, Bostun. 

Adjutant, Charles Amory. Jr 

Qr. Master, Samuel Hammond, Boston. 

Pay Master, Henry S-=y!e*, Boston. 

Surgeon, Samuel A. Green, Boston. 

Surgeon's Mate, J. Theo. Heard. Boston. 

Chapiain, Thos. B. Thayer, Boston. 

Comp A, Boston, Capt., Clark B. Baldwin. 

Comp.B, Boston, Capt., , . 

CuMP. C, Boston, Capt., ■, . 

Come. D.Ilozb., Capt.; T. L. I). Perkins. 
Comp. K, Boston, C«^.,Maclelland Moore. 
Com?. F, Boston, Capt., Augnstine Har- 
low. 

SECOND BBIGADB. 

Brio. Gen., Eben'r W. Peirce, Freetown. 

Brig. Maj. ,\- Insp., Geo. Clark. Jr. , Dorch. 

Una. Qr. Master, Edwin L. Barney, New 
Bedfurd. 

Brig. Engineer, Wm. C. Lovering, Taun- 
ton. [Freetown. 



Brig. Aid-de Co 



^il- 



P. Richmond, 



Company of Light Dragoons — An- 

ne.-ed to 2d Brigade. 

2n o ai h B 1 a v a z w a t e e . 

Capt~, Jonas R. Perkins, N. Bridgetratet. 
A ''.. Da^vid Whin-emote, S. Brio; ewater. 
Salmon, Sits. M. Underwood, Ab'ii!.gton. 

Third Regiment— Infantry. 

O'onet. David W. Wardrop, N. Bedford. 
Lieut. CoL, Chas. Raymond, Plymouth. 



Major, Rogers L. Barstow, Rochester. 
Adjutant, Richard A. Peirce, N. Bedford. 
Qr. Master, Marcus M. Wilcox, N. Bedf'd. 
Pay Master, Sanford Almy, N. Bedford. 
Surgeon, Alexander S. Holmes, N. Bedfd. 
Surgeon's Mate, Johnson Clark, New Bed- 
ford. 
Chaplain, Jas. J. Twiss, New Bedford. 

Comp. A. Halifax, Capt., Otis Pratt. 

Comp. B. Plymouth, Capt., Joseph W. 
Collingwood. 

Comp. E, F'll River, Capt.,'Wm. C. Greene. 

Comp. G, Freetown, Capt., J. R. Matthew- 
son. 

Comp. H, Plymptou, Capt., Ira S. Holmes. 

Comp. K, Carver, Capt., Wm. S.McFarlin. 

Comp. L, New Bedford, Captain, Timothy 
Ingranam. 

Fourth Regiment-Infantry. 

Colonel, Abner R. Packard, Quincy. 
Lieut. CgL, Oliver Ames, 3d, Easton. 
Major, Frank M. Ames, Easton. 
Adjutant. Franklin Curtis. Quiuey. 
Quartermaster , Wm. E. Camp, Taunton. 
Paymaster, Frederic Crane, Taunton. 
Surgeon, Henry M. Savilie, Quincy. 

Comp. A, Canton, Capt., Jas. T. Sumner. 
Comp. B, Easton, Capt., Wm. E. Bump. 
Comp. C, Bramtree, Capt., Cephas C. 

Bumpu?. [den. 

Comp. D, Randolph, Capt., Hiram C. AI- 
Comp. E, Abington, Capt., Franklin P. 

Harlow. [ard. 

Comp. F, Foxboro', Capt., David L. Shep- 
Comp. G, Taun ion, Ca/tf., Tirnothv Gordon. 
Comp. H, Quincy, Capt., Xhaddeus H. 

Newcomb. [h*gi J r - 

Comp. I, Hingham, Capt., Hawkes Fear- 
Divisionary Corps of Cadets. 

Capt.(\vith the rank of Lieut. Col.), Chris- 
topher C. Holmes, Milton. [Boston. 
Lieut. (xvuh rank o f Major), Thos R.. Rich, 
Ensign (with rank of Major), A. Charles 
Baldwin, Boston. [fries, Jr. , Boston. 
Adjutant (with rank of Capt.), John Je-f- 
Qr. Master (with rank of Frrst Lieut.), 

Moses W. Weld, Boston. 
Surgeon, Ezra Palmer, Jr., Boston. - 



SECOND DIVISION. 



Mai or- General, William Sutton, of Salt 



Division Inspector, Daniel Pc 



: A> 



■np. 



i.mu el Brown, Jr., and Jairus W. Perry, 



Salem; Dimiou Quartermaster, Wilo'un SaunoVra, of Suit-ut ; Judge Advocate, 
A. A. Abbott, oi Delivers ; Division Engineer, David Moore, of Salem. 



THIRD ERIGADE. 
Brig Gen., E- njj F. Buth-r, Lowell 
i" • .'■/ fr. andlhsp'r. VVm.H. Cle.nence, 

Luwell. 
Brig. Qr. Master, Th.ni. J. Porter, W r urn . 
Aide-tle-Camp, Sam'l E. Cor. verse, LowelL 
Eiiyituer, t'eter Haggerty, Lowell. 

Con-puny of Eight Dragoons— An- 
nexed to '3d Brigade. 

W A WHAM. 

Gape.,Williamj« Gibbs, Walt ha in. 
Aajutant, Ga drier Banks, vValth-'.m, 
Swgeon, Royal S. "Warren, Waltham. 



j Fifth Pediment— Iniantry. 

I Colonel, Charles P. Rogers, Charlestown. 

'< Li at. Co .. . 

i Major, George P. Kettell, Charlestown. 
j Adjutant, Thos. O. Barri, Cambridgenort.. 
! Quartermaster, George Curtis, Medtord. 
| Paymaster, Fred. A. Ham, Charlestown. 
I Surgeon, William \. [ ja ue, Charlestown. 
! St >y< tn'sM it; S. Watson Drew, Woburn. 
j Comp. A, Concord, Capt., Richard Barrett. 

Comp. B, SonicrviUe/;«jtrf., . 

Comp. 1). Charlestown, ( 'aj t., . 

i Comp. E, Meuford, Capt., S. C Lawrence. 

j Cmp. G, Woburn, Capt., . 

I Comp. H,Charlestown,Cap£.,JohaxT»Boyd. 



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Sixth Kegimentr-Infantry. 

Col, E. F. Jones, Lowell. 

JLicut. Col, Walter Shattuck, Groton. 

Major, Eenj. F. Watson, Lawrence. 

Apjjetant, Alpha B. Farr, Lowell. 

<ir. Master, James L. Williams, Lowell. 

/', jm oxter, . 

Chaj)lam, Charles Babbidge, Pepperell. 
Surgeon, Norman Smith, Groton. 
Surgeon's Mate, Daniel P. Gage, Lowell. 

Comp. B, Groton, Cap*., Eusebius S.Clark. 
Comp.'C, Lowell, Capt., Emilus Stackpole, 
Comp. D, Lowell, Capt., Alb't S.Follansl;ee. 

Comp. E, Acton, Capt, . 

Comp. F, Lawrence, Capt, . 

CoMP. G, Lowell, Capt., Josiah A. Sawteil. 
Comp. H, Lowell, Capt., Andrew Blood. 
Comp, 1, Lawrence, Capt., John Pickering. 

Second Battalion of Riflemen. 

Major, Ephraim Moore, Sudbury. 
Adjutant, Daniel Pope, Marlborough. 
Qr. Muster, George Houghton, Marlboro*. 
Surgeon, Dexter M. Tucker, Marlboro*. 

Comp. A, Marlboro*, Capt,, Henry Whit- 
comb, Bolton. [Willis. 
Comp. E, Sudbury, Ccjf., Samuel Adams 

FOURTH BRIGADE. 

Brig. Gen., Joseph Andrews, Salem. 
Brig. Inspector, Henry Merritt, Salem. 
Engineer, William A. Williams, Chelsea, 
Brig. Qr. Master, John F. Fellows, Chelsea. 
AuLa-de-Carfijp, Sani'lC. Oliver, Lawrence, 

Section of Light Artillery— Annexed 

to Fourth Brigade. 

Salem. 

Capt., Charles K. Manning, Salem. 
Surgeon, Elisha H. Qulmby, Salem, 

Seventh Regiment— Infantry, 

Co/.. LymauTHke, Stoneham. 
T.vvt. Col, Simo m Font, Salem. 
Major, John Wiley,; 2d, South Reading. 
Adjutant, Barnabas N. Mann, Che : sea. 
Qr. Master, Amos Cummings, Jr., Reading. 



Paymaster, HndleyP. Burrill, Chelsea. 
Surgeon, William H. Heath, Stout-hum. 
Surgeon's Mate, . 



Comp. A, Sal 



Capt., 



Comp. B, Salem, Capt., Geo. II. Peirson. 

Comp. C, Stoneham, Capt., 

Comp E.So.Read'g.Cajsi.Jas.F.Emerson. 
Comp. F, Chelsea, Capt., W. C. Norton. 
Comp. G, H iverhill, Capt., Wm Taggnrt. 
Comp. H, Salem, Capt., Elcazer Hatha- 
way. 

Eighth Regiment— Infantry. 

Co!., Frederick J. Coffin, Newburyport. 
Lieut. Cot., John F. Brown, Marblehead, 
Major, Israel W. Wallis, Beverly. 

Adjutant, . 

Qr. Master, Sarn'l T. Payson, Newburyp't. 
Paymaster, Wm. Currier, Jr., ZSewburyp't, 
Surgeon, John Renton, Lynn. 
Surgeon's Mate, Wm. F. Bulkley, Lynn. 

Comp. A, Newburyport, Capt.. Nehemiah 
Flanders. [Preston, Danvers. 

Comp. B, Marblehead, Capt., Daniel J. 

Comp. C, Marblehead, Capt., Knott V. 
Martin, 

Comv. 1), Lynn, Capt., Timothy Monroe. 

Comp. E, Beverly, Capt., Francis E. Porter 

Comp. F, Lynn, Carpi., James Hudson, Jr. 

Comp. G, Gloucester, Capt., And'wElwell, 

Comp. H, Marblehead, Capt., Francis 
Boardman. 

First Battalion of Riflemen. 

Major, Ben. Perley Poo re, W. Newbury. 

Adjutant, '■ • 

Qr. Master, Sarn'l W. Haines, Newburyp't. 
Surgeon, David L. Ambrose, W r , Newbury. 

Comp. A, West Newbury, Capt, Moses P. 
Stvmwood. [Rogers, Jr.. Newbury, 
Comp. B, West Newbury, Capt., Gideon 
Comp. C. Rowley, Capt, David Saunders. 

Divisionary Corps of Salem Cadets, 

Cart., Samuel B. Foster, Salem. 
Capt. Laud., J. Louis Marks, Salem. 
Adjutant, John Pickering, Jr., Salem. 

Qr. Master, . 

Surgeon, John Gage Wood, Salem, 



THIRD DIVISIOIT. 

Major General, Augustus Morse, of Leominster; Division Inspector, C. II. 

Merriam, of Leominster; Aids de-Camp, William B. Wood and ; 

Division Quarter Master. David L. Morrii, of West Brookfieki; Engineer, Henry 
Smith, of Templeton ; Judge Advocate, Joel W. Fletcher, Leominster, 

FIFTH EEIGADE. j Comp. C, Clinton, Capt., Christopher C. 

Brig, Gen., Sarn'l H. Leonard, Worcester, j Co>Ip E Vitchbur*, Capt., Jonas Corev. 

By. Inspector, - —— . ^ j Co * Mp ; ^'.Sterling, \ ■apt., \ 

p.-G l AshbuTuham,6'rtjs^,Joa. P. 

Tenth. Regiment — Infantry. 

Colonel Charles S. Cbilda, Worcester. 
Lieut. Col, James H. Barker, Milford. 
Major, Calvin E, Pratt, Worcester. 
Adiutant, John M. St dley, Worcester. 
(I'Mtrtennasier, Henry Keith, Worcester. 
Paymaster, E.liakira A. Bates, Kcpkinton. 
Surgeon, Benjamin Heywood, Worcester. 
Surgeon's Mace, J. Mason Rice, Worcester. 

Comp. A, Mili'ord, Capt., • 

(.'('MP. B, Worcester, (.'apt.,. Edward Lamb. 



bn ; . tfnnaster, Henry Phelps, Worcester, j r< oiiP g! A*hbuTnham,Crt? L t "Sos. P. Eke. 
-■' "•'/. Lttgineer, Jo 1 n B03 ieti, Weret.*ster. I 
-L.;-.;v Camp, Edwin Bynner, Worcester. 

Ninth Regiment —Infantry. 

CqI., E Iwln Upton, FitchbtiTg. 

Lieut CM . Gihnan M. Palmer, Clinton. 

3/-» tr WiUi.mv Kirn ball, Fitehburg. 

■ ':•'. nit, J •: :; W. Kimbull, Pitch! ■.:•.-. 

Q) 'hi utter, (:■•>. W. Shfrwin, Pitchburir. 

I'.ij Master, Chas. H. Eai^er, Fitehburg, 

'' ■ . ■">. James It. Welloian, Fitchburg. 

Surgeon's Mate, 

Com?. A. Leominster, Capt., . 

Coup. B, Fiteh'burjt, Capt., James A. Can- | Comp. G, West Boylston, ( 'apt,, - — - — 
ningaam, Lunenburg. . i Comp. H,Ilopkinton t C^.,Wni.B.Clafiin 



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Third Battalion of Riflemen. 

Major, El ; <h B. Stoddard, Worcester. 
Adjutant, Samuel V. Stone, Worcester. 

Quartermaster, . 

Surgeon, Samuel Flagg, Worcester. 

Comp. A, Worcester, Capt., Gen. II. Ward. 
Comp. B, Holden.C'^.jAug'tus F.Damon. 

SIXTH BRIGADE. 

Brig. Gen , Andrew A. Richmond, Adam's. 
Brig. I/isp., John J. LeKoy, Adams. 
Brig. Q'rmaster, D. W. McElwain,Adams. 
Bng.Aid-de-Camp, C. K. Hawks, North- 
ampton. [Chicopee, 
Brig. Engineer, Mortimer D. Whitaker, 

Company of Cavalry — Annexed to 
Sixth Brigade. 

CapL t Charles A. Baxter, Springfield. 

Adjutant, . 

Surgttm, Geo. W. Denjson, Chicopee. 

Eleventh Regiment — Infantry. 

Col, Timothy W. Sloan, Amherst. 
Lieut Got., Geo. P. Carpenter, Shelbume. 
Major, Henry A. Bower., Buckland. 
Adjutant, Sam'l H. Crandall," Shutesbury. 
Q'rmaster, Orville F. Morrison. Coleraine. 

Paymaster, . 

Surgeon, Wrn. M. Parker, Shutesbury. 
$vrgeon*$ Mate, Lewis S. Bernis, Enfield. 



Halbert S. 
[Wendell. 



i Comp. A. Shelbume, Capt. 

Greenleaf; 
I Comp. B t Leverett, Capt., Adin W.Caswell, 

I Comp. D, Shutesbury, Capt., Horace Jen- 

nisnn. [ton, 2d. 

' Comp. E, Coleraine, Capt., Taos. Purin- 

T welfth Regiment — Infantry. 

j Colonel, Horace C. Lee, Springfield. 

I Lieut Col., Charles L. Shaw, Springfield. 

| Major, . 

! Adjutant, Albert S. HaYen, Springfield. 

sier, AUen M. Gaipin, Springfield. 



I Q'rmaster, 

I Paymaster, Jarvis G. Shaw, Springfield. 

j Surgeon, Wm. G. Breck, Springfield. 

j Surgeon's Mate, 

| Chaplain, Morris E. White, Northampton. 

Comp. B, Springfield, Capt., John Taylor. 

Comp. C. Northampton, Capt., William R. 

• Marsh. [Bridgman. 

j Comp. D, Belchertown, Capt., William H. 

Comp. E, Ware, Capt., Paul C. Wood. 

Comp. G, Greenfield, Capt., Jeffurd M. 

Decker. 

First Battalion — Infantry. 

j Major, Henry S. Brigss, Pittsfield. 

Adjutant, Nathan G. Brown, Pittsfield. 

Q'rmaster, Daniel J. Do^ge, Pittsfield. 
j Surgeon, William L. Jackson, Pittsfield. 

| Comp. A, Pittsfield, Capt., Charles M. 

Whelden. 
* Comp. 15, Adams, Cap!., Wm. M. Brown. 



IIVDEPEICDEIvT MILITARY" ORGANIZATIOIT, 

Ancient a nt> Honor.ve lp. Artillery Company. 

Major Francis Brinlev, Captain; Col. Edward F. Hall, 1st Lieutenant; Major Axel 
Dearborn, 2d Lieut. ; Lieut. David Pulslfer, Adjutant ; Capt. Isaac F. Stepatd, 1st 
Sergeant; Major S. W. Clifthrd, 2d Serjeant; Col. Samuel Brown, Sri, 2d Sergeant; 
Capt. M. C. Kennv, 4th S&resant; Can't. V. M. Whelden. oih Sergeant; Lieut. Ben]. 
Tohnson, Uh Servant; Serjeant .Charles C. Henshaw, Clerk; Capt. John G. Rubers, 



Tret 



tpt. Charles S. Lambert, .-in^crer. 



COUNSELLORS. 



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Sfyts.— Bumham has a large collection of new and second-hand Law Books, and is coxfiantly 
tatting additions, See his card en page 6. 



B.1EN3TA.BI.K COUNTY. 



Par Joseoh M., 
Holway Seth P., 
Marston George, 
Marston Nyrnphas, 

Copeland George, 
Doane John, 
Whittemore E. S. 
Davis John W., 



Barnstable 



Brewster 

Orleans 

Sandwich 

Wellfleet 



BE-&KSHTKB COUNT?. 



Bliss Henry J., 
Dunham Jarvis N., 
Dawes mmvj- L., 
Hodge Nehemiah, 
Porter William P., 
Richmond Andrew A., 
Robinson James T., 
Robinson Thomas, 
Sayles Franklin 0., 
Thayer Shepard, 
Preston, A. W., 
Wdlcott John C, 
Wood Ed?ar M., 
Bennett Charles P., 
Morse Almond C, 
Palmer Billings, 
Price John, 
Sumner Increase, 
Sumner Samuel B., 
Twining Thomas, ' 
Rockwell Jarvis, 
FSiley William T., 
Banning. John, 
Cook Jonathan F., 
Filley Lester, 
Wilcox Marshall, 
Bishop Henry Vy., 
Taft Henry W., 
Tucker George J., 
Tucker 'William S., 
Waterman Andrew J., 
Turner Augustus, 
Adam Robert W., 
Bowerraatt Samuel W. 5 
Briggs George N., 
Briggs Henry S., 
GoVt James L)., 
Gamweli Lorenzo H, r 
Hubhard Henry 
! '■■■ i ■ >' »nnanL., 
Lsnckton Mathias R., 
Martin Calvin, 
I a|e Phineh*s L., 
PlunkeU Wiiiiam 11., 
It binacii James T., 
ii sekweii Jali is, 

ienUoa Weslov L. 
W Ike* Johh A., 
Stri kland L.K., 
Bradford James, 
3J»»««Jti !•; ward F., 
■ teld Jonathan E., 
Dunham H. j., 
t -nn Daaiel B., Jr., 



Adams 
(North) 



(North) " 

Cheshire 
Dalton 

Great Partington 



Hinsdale 

Lanesboro' 

Lee 



Lenox 



New Marlboro 

Pictsfield 



Sandisfield 
Sheffield 

Stoekbridge 



Freetown 

Man she- Id 

New Bedford 



Fitch Henry E., West Stoekbridge 

Spaulding William C«, 
Danforth'Keyes, WilUarastown 

Dewey Daniel, 

BRISTOL COUNTY. 

Allen George A., Attleboro' 

Bowen Simeon, '* . 

Daggett John, " 

Sanford Joseph B., " 

Selee Edward, Easton 

Hawes John A., Fairhaven 

Spooner Nathaniel S., " 

Battelle Hezekiah, Fall River 

..Blaisdell Josia- C, " 

Boomer F. A., 

Borden Simeon, 4< 

Ford James, 

Greene William C, " 

Holmes Charles" J., " 

Lapham Louis, " 

Lindsey John, 
Williams Eiiab, 
Hathaway Joseph, 
Reed E. Maltby, 
Barney Edwin L., 
Bonney Charles T., 
Borden Alanson, 
Brisham Lincoln F., 
Clifford John H., 
Crapo William W., 
Cushman Austin S., 
Dearborn Joseph F., 
Eliot Thomas D„ 

Mackie Adam, 

Pierce Richard A., " 

Pitman Robert C, 

Porter Francis L., 

Prescott Oliver, 

Ray Isaiah C, 

Robinson Morrill, Jr., 

Russell Charles, ** 

Stetson Thomas M., 

Stone Joshua C, 

West Augustus L., 

Blodgett William W., Pawtucket 

Cushman Apollos, 

Farnsworth & Thrasher, 

Bassett'Anslem, Tauntort 

Bassett & Reed, 

Bennett Edmund H., 

Brayton John S., " 

Broun James, 

Pratt Horatio, " 

Reed Chester I., " 

Sanford B. & J. E., 

Sanford John E .., . '* 

Sproat William A, F., " 

Townseiid Samuel R., 

Williams George E., 

Williams Henry, i 

Williams Sydney, 

DUKS9 COUNTY. 

Mayhew Theodore G., Edgartowa 

Pease Joseph T., 



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Thaxter Leavirt, 
Peakes James D. 



ESSES COUNTY. 

Bir.ncy William C, 
Foster, Moses, Jr., 
Hazen Nathan W., 
Merrill Samuel, 
Choa'e Frederick W.j 
Stephens Thomas, 
Tilton Warren, 
I,o we Obed B., 
Jones Jeremiah P., 
Russell Jeremiah, 
Nash Lonson, 
Thompson Charles P., 
Tullar Aiclen,_ 
Reao Jacob W., 
Podge Allen W., 
Safford Daniel E., 
Carter Henry, 
Duncan James H., 
Howe Nathaniel S., 
Kittredge Alfred, 
Marsh John J.. 
Merriil Henry N,, 
Russeil Jeremiah, 
Taggart William, 
Haskell George, 
Stickney Jonn B., 
Benson George W., 
Bordman Benjamin, 
Brings George P., 
Chase Perley 6., 
Cro 3 s Robert, 
Harmon Nathan W., 
Newton Christopher G., 
Saunders Daniel, Jr., 
Stevens Ivan, 
Pardons Thomas A., 
Parsons William H., 
Sherman E. J., 
Watson B. P.. 
White Nathaniel C. f 
Wright Thomas, 
Wri~h: William II. P., 
Brown 1 -a \ 
Howiand William, 
Ingalis bhphraim A., 
Josselyn Lewis E., 
Mudge Benjamin F., 
Newn ill J a mes R., 
Newnall Thomas B., 
Peab >..v Dean, 
Stickney Charles H., 
Stickncy Jeremiah C, 
Stickney John B., 
Patens William, 
Robinson Frederick, 
Robinson Joseph H., 
Rogers William M., 
Bragdon Joseph H., 
Gerrish Joseph G., 
Johnson Harrison G,, 
Lauu»on C.leb. 
Marston Stephen W., 
Morse C Ujgoou, 
Noyes Amos, 
Pierce Nathaniel, 
Pike John N., 
Spotford Kiehnrd S., Jr. 
Stone EbeoF., 
Abbott Allied A., 
AliiiL.ii Andrew B., 
Andrews George, 
Bancroft Sidney C, 
Ba.rst.iw Benjamin, 
Choate William G.. 



Edgnrtown 
Tisbury 



Ameshury 
Andover 



Beverly 

Beverly 

Essex. 

Georgetown 

Gloucester 



Groveland 
Hamilton 



-Haverhill 



Ipswich 
Lawrence 



Marblehead 



New' 



Newbury 



Salem 



Chever George F., Salem 

Devereux George H., 

Gillis James A., 

Huntington Asahel, 

Ingersoll Horace, " 

Ives (Stephen B., Jr. J & Peabody 

fJ.B.) 
Kimball David B., 
Kimball Eben W., 

Lord Nathaniel J., " 

Lord Ctis P., 

North end ( II 'm. D. ) & Choate (G.F.J ' 
Osgood 'Joseph B. P., 
Perkins Jona. G, " 

Perry (J. W.J 6c Eodicott (W. C.J " 
Phillips Stephen II., " 

Phillips & Gillis, 

Pingree Thomas P., Jr., " 

Prescott William C, "' 

Roberts David, " 

Rantoul Robert S., " 

S afford D. E., " 

Stimpson Thomas M.., '* 

Story Augustus, " 

Waters Joseph G., * " 

Webb Stephen P., •' 

Weed Dan, " 

Wheatland George, " 

Wheatland Stephen G., " 

Abbott Alfred A., South Danvers 

Perkins Benjamin C, '• 

Proctor John W., *« 

Wiley Hiram 0., 4< 

Holmes Charles H., Topsfield 

Poole Benjamin, " 



FBAXKLIH COUNTY. 



Maxwell Sylvester, 
Lanfair William, 
Arms Pliny, 
Allen Charles, 
Alvord Daniel W., 
Brainard Alroon, 
Davis George T., 
Davis Wendell 1Y, 
Dewey Timothy M., 
Grinnell James S., 
Gr'swoj.d f A .■-;-;_ 
Lamb Samuel O., 
Mattoon Charles, 
Weils George D., 
Chase R. D., 
Field Samuel T., 
Maxwell Arthur, 
Tai't Horace W., 



Charlemont 
Coleraine 
Deerheld 

Greenfield 



Orange 
Shelburue 

Sunderland 



HAMPDEN COTJKTY. 

Hinsdale James C, Blandford 

Richards Franklin D.. • Chester 

Kn-app George H., Chicopee 

Stearns George M., *• 

WeiLs John, " 
Whittaker Mortimer I)., 

Newell Lester, Holyoke 
Pearsons William. B. C, 

Allen Janes G., Palmer 

Granger Daniel, »« 
Ashmun & Leonard, Springfield 

B< u*h »v Bond, " 

Chapman & Chamberlain, " 
Cr< >ksj tmes W., 
Hildreth R. B., 

Hooker Josiah, " 

Mclmire James E., " 

Merrh k & Woolworth, " 

Morris George B., " 

Morton James H,, *'■ 



COUNSELLORS. 



89 



Phelps Ansel, Jr., 
^ :li p-is Ons A., 
:* urt erf William S., 
Sjiiith William L., 
fvutvle Augustus L., 
Stebbens John M., 
\" ise Henry, 
Walker Gtorge, 
Winchester Unarles A. 
Hues William G., 
U lies Patrick, 
Fuller Henry, 
Fowler S irnuel, 
Gillette Edward B., 
Leonard Norman T., 
Lewis Henry B., 
Lincoln Ephraim L., 
Merriinan Frank E., 
Whitney Milton B., 



Springfield 



"Westfield 



HAMPSHIRE COUNTY, 



Boyden James W., 
Conkey Ithamar F. t 
Di ?kinsou Edward, 
Dickinson William A., 
Goddard S. W. E., 
Bancroft Dyer, 
Clark Epaphras, 
Marcy Labar., 
Keiiogg Giles C, 
CopeLa'nd A. M„ 
Alien William, Jr., 
Biktr Osmyn, 
Chilson Hayncs H t ) 
Delano Charles, 
Forbes Charles E., 
Lodges Horace I.. 
Spaulding Samuel T., 
Hopkins Wm. Swinton 
White Addison. II., 



Amherst 



B., 



Belehertown 

Chesterfield 

Enfield 

Greenwich 

Hadley 

Huntington 

Northampton 



Ware 
Williamsburg 



MIDDLESEX COUXTY. 

Whitman George H., Billeriea 

Baldwin Henry, Brighton 

Plumer Sedgwick L., " 

Russell James Button, « 

Strong William C, 

Edwards AOraham, Cambridge (Port) 

Folsom Samuel H., (East) Cambridge 

Hudson (C.H.j Sc Porter iJ.),C.mb. (Pt.) 
Ladd John S M (East) Cambridge 

I. •■< rmore Geo. W., Cambridge (Port) 
M.arrett Lorenzo, (East) Cambridge 

Mnzzey (Henry W.) & Moore (Jus. B.J 
Cambridge (Port) 
Richardson James P., " *' 

Ripley (E.J & Folsora (S. H.J, (E.)Cafmb. 
Tyler Joseph IL, (East) Cambridge 

Whitney Benjamin W-, " 

B lardman Alonzo VV-, Charlestown 

Dana James) & Cobb f Moses G.J, " 
Farnsworth Wm C, 
Or\i&n(J.Q.d.j&Boaxdmm(A.1V.) t 
*•-.■•■ vard Charles C, 
X«*l George P., 
PciiiiuillJohh W., 
Robinson Charles, Jr., 
A '-rr< n G. Washington 
. ird Paul, 
■ '. George M., 
; uks Nathan, 
; ' ' "■> ud George, 
: >rE, Uockwood, 
•'••y Cuustuatme C, 
:'■•■> i :;..;.-.es R., 
K«fil*y j.u*urd A., 
Ru»»ell Bradford, 



(South) Groton 



Clough Andrew J., 

Gerri h James, 

Spaulding John, Jr., 

Ballard Klias, 

Wakefield Lucius H., 

Plummer William, 

Preston Marshall, 

Hodges Edward P., 

Abbott Julian, 

Abbott James C, 

Adams Joel, 

Adam- John T. EL, 

Alger Edwin A., 

Alger Hiram A., 

Blaisdell Harrison G., 

Bonney Arthur P., 

Brown ( Alpkeus R.)8c Alger (E.A.J, 

Brown Samuel A., 

Batler( 3evj\F.J& Webster (M.P.J, 

Caverlv Robert B., 

Corliss" II. G. F.. 

Cowley Charles, 

Fletcher Luther J., 

Gardner William S., 

Hadley SaumdP., Jr., 

Haggerty Peter, 

Howe Moses G., 

Huntoon D. Fletcher, 

Jackson Benjamin F., 

Jewett Andrew F., 

Keyes Joseph B , 

Kimball J. Cheliis, 

Knowles John A., 

Ladd Jonathan, 

Loughran James, 

Marshall Joshua N M 

McEvoy Johr F. t 

Merrili ".Samuel N., 

Morse {Isaac S.J & Stevens (Geo. ), 

TSorvk(A.F.L,J & Blaisdell (SI..G.J, 

Pearson Timothy, 

Richardson 1). S". & Geo. P., 

Richardson William A., 

Sherman Edward F., 

Stevens George, 

Swan Charles A. P., 

Sweetser (Theo. 11.) & Gardner 

(Wm. S.J, 
Webster William P., 
Wentworth ( TavpanJ & Jewett 

(A. F.J, 
Griffin J. Q. A., 
Lewis Charles, 
Richardson Ivory W. 
Stearns William S,, 
Gale William B., 
Felton Alexander C, 
Porter George D., 
Russell Charles, 
Gooch Daniel W., 
Bacon John W,, 
Dewing E. F., 
Ham Benjamin P., 
Jennison Samuel, Jr., 
Mason David PL, 



Holliston 
Hopkinton 

Lexington 

Lincoln 
Loweil 



Maiden 



Marlboro' 



Medfi 



Mdrose 
JS a >\i c- k 



New- ton 





Judd ChauneevP., 


Reading 


" 


Prescott Alfred A., 


M 


«< 


Gerrish James, 


Shirley 


" 


Hudson Charles II., 


Somerville 


" 


Lincoln Charles S., 


" 


" 


Tuft Piancis, 


" 


Concord 


Brown William L., 
Upton Edward A., 


South Reading 


'* 


Lyude Alonzo V., 


Stoneham 


" 


Whitney Edwin, 


Stow 


franungham 


Worcester Frederic A., 


Townsend 




Moore Arad, 


Wakham 


Groton 


Rutter Josiah, 


" 


u 


Stone Frederic M., 


< « 



90 



MASSACHUSETTS REGISTER. 



Be in is Charles, 
Bern is Is.*) ic V., 
J3igelow Frank W., 
Parn;r mer Wrn. E., 
Locke John, 
KusselJ James, 
Abbot John W. P., 
Bigrelow Aipheus, 
Fiske Isaac, 
Bolles John A., 
Curtis Charles P., Jr. 
Prince Fjederick O., 
Russell Charles, 
Converse Joshua P., 
Hayden Eriw. D. 
Randall James M., 



Watertown 



West Cambridge 



Westford 

Weston 



Winchester 



(Centre) Woburn 



HAKTTJCXET COUNTY. 

Bunker James M, Nantucket 

Gardner Edward 31., <* 



5TGHFOEK COUNTY. 



Brain tree 



Brookline 
u 

a 

Canton 
Bedham 

Dorchester 



Avery Edward, 

French Asa, 

Wellington Asa, 

White Naaman L., 

Aspmwall William, 

Griigss George, 

Hail Thomas B., 

Homer George F., 

Houghton Charles, 

Thornton J. Wins-ate, 

Waken Hd John IE, 

Ames Ellis, 

Endicott Charles, 

INoyes Samuel B., 

Cleveland Ira, 

Colburn Waldo, 

Cobb Jonathan II., 

Wilkinson Ezra, 

Worthingtou Erastus, 

Brown? George JUL, 

Chur-hill Asaph. 

Churchill Chas. M.S., 

Clark Aibe C, 

Cobb Moses G.. 

Draper John W. s 

Loud Samuel P. 

Safford Nathaniel F., 

Scudder Henry A., 

Carpenter James C, 

Bishop J on a. P., 

Levering Warren, 

Churchill Charles 31. S., 

Pierre Edward L., 

Reed Jason, 

Safford Nathaniel F , 

Adams John Q., 

'Gourgas John M., 

Morum Wdliam S. t 

Tirrill J E.. 

Berry Abel B., 

Bern Nehemiah C, 

Cushins A. Losing 

Clarke John J., 

Crafts William A.. 

Cummintrs Aral I., 

Gaston William, 

Giles Alfre I K. ( 

Billiard Fran is, 

LehiBd Wimaift S., 

May John W., 

Smith Phineas B , ,c 

Sullivan Jamea P., 

\v'o'al>ii;e Franklin^ 4 * 

Dickerman Albert-, Stoaghton (Centre) 

Swan Luther, " 



Fnxbnro* 
Medfield 
Medway 

Milton 



Quiney 

Randolph 
Roxbury 



Hall Elijah F., 
Humphrey Janes, 
Kingsbury Fisher A. 
Warner Samuel, Jr. 



Weymouth 



Wrenthapa 



PLYMOUTH COUNTY. 



Hobart Benj., 

Johnson Daniel U., 
Keith Jesse E., 
Whitman Jared, 
Breck Samuel, 
Latham Williams, 
Stetson Samuel, 
Harris Benj. W., 
Young Welcome, 
Simmons Perez, 
Browne John W., 
Butler Benjamin, 
Gay Ebenezer, 
Hersey Henry E., 
Lincoln Solomon, 
Thaxter David, 
Beal J. S., 
Eddy Zachariah, 
Robinson Everett, 
Ward Eliab, 
Wood Wra. II., 
Perkins Jonas R,, 
White Jonathan, 
Whitman Eliab, 
Whitman James H., 
Davis Charles G., 
Gilbert Gustavus, 
Loud Jacob K., 
Russell John J., 
Sherman Edward L-, 
Spear William H., 
Thomas William, 
Whitman William H,, 
Damon Daniel E., 
Fogg Ebenezer T., 
Baylies William, 
Packard Austin, 



(South) Abington 
(East) 
(Centre) u 
(South) 

Bridgewater 

Dur.bury 
East Bridgewater 

Hanover 
Hinshani 



Kingston 

3Iiddleboro' 



North Bridgewater 



Pembroke 

Plymouth 



South Seituate 
West Bridgewater 



SUFFOLK COUNTY. 



Boston. 



Abbott Abiel, 14 Massachusetts biock 

Abbott Josiah C. 4 2 Court 

Adams Charles F., Jr. 42 Court 

Adams C. 1.8 State 

Adams George C 19 Court 

Adams George W. 15 Massachusetts' bl'k 

Adams J. Qaincy, 42 Court 

Aibne Sumner, 20 Court 

Allen Augustus O. 27 Court 

Allen Chas. E. 27 Court 

Allen Fred. H. 27 Court 

Allen Macon B. 31 Exchange 

Almon Andrew B. 47 Court" 

Ambry Thomas C, Jr. 15 Temple place 

Audri w John A. 4 Court 

Angel George T. 4G Washington 

Arnold Howard P. 42 Court 

Asp'mwall William, 42 Court 

Atwood Charles, 39 Court 

Austin (Uers J,j 6c Young (Edw.), 50 

Court 
Avery Edward, 52 Washington 
A\er Phineas, 19 Court 
Bacon Charles H. 27 Court 
B haw-in Henry, 27 State 
Ball Jushua D. 40 State 
BalUtrd James M, 9 State 
Bancroft George, 7 Court square 
Banheld Everett C. 46 Court 



COUNSELLORS. 



91 



ban: 



Bangs Edward, 39 Court 

;,.-. .<:r J iraes M. 10 Court 

Barrett Jonathan F. 34 School 

BartleJt Bradbury C. 55 Washington 

Uirtlett Sydney, 16 Court 

Bartlett Sydney, Jr. 16 Court 

Bassett Elisha, U. S. Court House 

I'atcbelJer Samuel, Jt 42 City Ex 

Bites Samuel W. 46 Washington 

Beard Ithamar W. 41 St ite 

Bell Joseph M. 42 Court 

Beilo Santiago C. 16 Summer 

Bemis George", 5 Court 

Bennett Josiah IC. 20 Court 

licrrv Nehemiah C. 20 Court 

Betton George E. 27 Court 

h gelow Edwin M. 10 Court 

Bishop Joel P. 27 Tremont Temple 

Bishop R. It. 4 Court 

Blake Charles F. 30 Court 

Blake Edward, 39 Court 

Boit Edward D. 23 Federal 

Bolles John A. 10 Court 

Bjwditch Nathaniel I. 52 CitY Exchan 

Bowditch W. i. 8 R. E. Exchange 

Brad'ky J. H. 19 Court 

Brewster Aug. O. 22 Tremont row 

Brigham William, 3-3 Court 

Bruiley Francis, h. 34 Chauncev 

Brooks Behj. F. 40 State 

Brooks Caivin M. 12 Joy's building 

Brooks Francis A. 76 State 

Brown, Jeremiah, 20 Court 

Brown W>j. L. 17 Joy's building 

Browne Causten, 46 Court j 

Browne Edward I. 16 Court 

Browne Geo. M. 16 Old State House 

Browne John W. (9 Court 

Bryant John D. 23 State 



Edward, 11 Co'ur 



Burbank Root. I. 48 Court, ccr. Tremont 
Burke (Albert G.J & Herrick (Wm. A.J, 

22NiIes block 
Burlingame Anson, 34 City Exchange 
Burr Samuel C, City Hall* 
Burrage William W. 47 Court 
Kurt , ' i Villi ,:,.L.i & I 



icoin (C. S.J, 4' 



Massachuse 



Butler Benjamin, 18 Mussac-iiuwcLta t 
Butler ( Benjamin F.J & Green (X. St. J.J, 

20 State 
Butler Franklin J. 33 School 
Butler John H. 27 Court 
[' i s ! .'".>r!aiu Geo. A. W. 35 Court 
Chamberlain Mellen, 36 Court 
Chan iler Charles P. 4 Court 
1 handier Peleg W. 4 Court 
Chandler Theophilus P. 4 Court 
Chase James 31. 46 Court 
*- .'-ever Tracy P. 1.1 Court 
r '.-<ate Charles p. I Devonshire 
Choate Fred. W. 27 Court 
Ch< ate Rufu-s 42 Court 

ite Rufus, Jr 42 Court 
Churchill Joseph Me4vean,-4G 'Washinj 
Church;!! f Asaph) & Pierce (Edto. L. 
. Old State House 
Clark AibeO: ID Court 
Chirk Joseph P. 11 Court 
\--- T..E. 31 Exchange : 
C»a?ke Gardner H 34 Seh< 
VGrke Samuel G. 19 Courl 
\ ffrke Thomas W. 27 Nile. u 
"-Uxke 'John J. ) & Shaw (Lemuel, Jr. J, 
.. St<te 
:.'','• feesG. IS Old State House 
' :: -wi Chailes R. 33 School 
-.' -mm John, 4 Court [Court 

WJuiaxi (Hubert J 8c Johnson (H. A.J, 46 



iol 

block 



Converse Joshua P. 10 Court 
Cooke Benjamin F 6 Tremont 
Cooke Josiuh P. 9 State 
Cooley Geo. VV. 33 School 
Coolidge Austin J. 39 Court 
Coolidge David H. 4 Court 
Coolidge Horace H. 11 Court 
Coolidge J. Randolph, 17 State 
Copeland Geo. W. 19 Scollay'd buildinj 
Cottrell Asa, 15 Scollay's balding 
Cragin Lorenzo S,, Jr. 13 Exchange 
Crane David P. IS Old State House 
Crocker Uriel H. 28 State 
Crowley John C. 5 Niles block 
Currier Benj. H. 19 Kilby 
Curtis Benj. R. 34 School 
Curtis Charles P. 16 Court 
Curtis Chailes P., Jr. 15 Court 
Curtis George T. 34 School 
Curtis H. Pelham, 16 Court 
Cushing Abel, 6 Court House 
Gushing Caleb, 12 Niles block 
Cushing Austin S. 34 School 
Cutler Joseph, 47 Court 
Cutter Isaac J. 46 Washington 
Dame Abraham A. 10 Massachusetts 1 
Dame Theodore S. 9 State 
BanaChas. P. 46 Court 
Dana Edward A. 19 Court 
Dana Edmund T. 43 Chestnut 
Dana James, 24 Old State House 
Dana Richard H., Jr. 42 Court 
Davis Aug. B. 6 State 
Davis Jerome, SI Exchange 
Davis W. Ney, 9 Court square 
Dean Benjamin, 42 Court 
Dehon William, 23 State 
Demond Charles, 4 Court 
Denny Henry G. 44 Court 
Derby ( E. Basket) 8c Williamson ( \) 

C.J, 46 Court 
Dexter Arthur, 9 Court squire 
Dexter William S. 40 State 
Dickinson F. W. 7 Court square 
Dodge John C. -52 Washington 
Dorr Wm. B. 134 Dorchester avenue 
Dow (Nathan T.J & Prince (h\ O.J, 

Court 
Draper John AV. 9 State 
Draper'Moses, 9 State 
Dudley Elbridge G. 20 Court 
Dudley Dean. 9 State 
Dunbar C. F. 24 Niles block 
Duncklee Mark F. 81 W shington 
Durant Henry F. 22 Old State House 
Duttou Ormond H. 35 Court 
D wight Wilder, 35 Court 
Dyer Micah, Jr. 20 Court 
Eaan James, 19 Old State House 
Ekiridge Samuel, 7 Niles block 
Ellis Charles M. 21 Old State House 
Ely Alfred B. 13 Exchange 
Emerson J. W. 20 Court 
Emery James W., Traveller building 
English James L. 9 Co 'Art -quire 
Everett Wm. A. 34 School 
Fallon Henry F. 16 Summer 
Fernaid Henry B. 46 Washington 
Field Justin, 9 State 
Fiske Augustus H. 6 Court 
F;,ke Edward, 5 Court 
Flanders Geo. M 27 State 
Fletcher Richard, 46 Washington 
Fox Jam^s A. 42 Court 
French Asa, 13 Exchange 
Fuller Richard P. 10 State 



Gay 



■r, 3o Court 



Gardiner Wm. H. 9 Court square 
Gerrish Benjamin J. 11 Court 



92 



MASSACHUSETTS REGISTER. 



Gerrish George A. 46 Court 
Gib.bs Amory T. 33 School 
Gilchrist Daniel S. 10 Railroad Exchange 
Giles Alfred E. 20 Old State House 
Giles Joel, 5 Fremont 
Gi^ason Horace, 9 State 
Goldsbury John, 8 .Railroad Exchange 
Gooch Daniel W. 28 State 
Goodrich Charles B. 30 Court 
Gordon George II. 20 Court 
Gordon Robert, 13o Dorchester avenue 
Gordon Solomon, J. 81 Washington 
Gray Horace, Jr. 39 Court 
Gray John C. 30 Court 
Gray Levi, 3-5 Court 
Gray William, 30 Court 
Green Nicholas St. J. 20 State 
Greene Herman W. 41 State 
Greenough Dayid S. 40 State 
' Greenwood Augustus G. 27 Court 
Gregg Washington P., City Hall 
Griggs George, 4 Court 
Guild George D. 4 Court 
Guild Samuel E. 4 Court 
Hahn Silas B. 27 Court & Maverick sq. 
Hale George S. 4 Court 
Hall Franklin, 52 Washington 
Hail Thomas B. 30 Court 
Hallett Benj. F. li Nilcs block 
Hailett Henry L. II Mien block 
Hara Benj. F. 34 School 
Hancock Charles L. 10 Court 
Harlow Thomas S. 27 State 
Hastings George R. 20 Court 
Hayes FrancLs.B. 1 Devonshire 
Haynes Henry W. 36 Court 
Hazel ton (Horace L.J & Ware (D. E.) } 

81 Washington 
ReadEdw. F. 30 Court 
Healy John P. 48 Court 
Heard Franklin F. 31 School 
Herrick Horatio G. 81 Washington 
Her rick Wm. A. 22 Niles block 
Hersey Henry E. 46 Washington 
Hill Hamilton A. 10 Court 
Hiilard George S. 33 School 
HiiHard Francis, 17 Suite 
Billiard Wm. 33 School 
Hinds I Calvin F.j & Tllton ( Warren) t f& 

Court 
Hoar Ehenezer R. 39 Court 

Geo. M. 02 Washington 

Wm., Jr. 10 State 

5 Edward F. 42 Court 

s John S. 42 Court 
George F. 4 Court 

ton Charles, 13 .Merchants Ex. 

Win. F. 13 Exchange 

ieo. [L 20 Nitea block 

rd C. Horace, 13 .Merchants Ex. 

rd Gardner G. 1 Traveller building 
. -d Jovian W. 13 Merchants Ex. 
Hubbard Win. J. 30 Court 
Hudson Charles II. 11 Seollay's building 
Humphrey James, 28 State 
Buutmgtozt C'has. W. Court 
F.rd Francis W. 20 Court 
Kurd (Chas. H.j & Paine (Chm. J.J, 42 

Court 

Hut, dins {Ylcnry C.) & Wheeler (A. S.J 

20 Court 
Hutchins Horace G, o Court sq. 
Hutchinson ffuratio D. 20 Court 
Ireson 8. Edwu*, Fj Merchant's Exchange 
Jacob* IMa F. 34 School 
Jackson Abr i\ xm, Jr. 47 Court 
jocksoil Juhu G. \~> Court 
James John W. 10 Court 
Jeomson Samuel, Jr. 27 State 



Hobl 




Hobl 




Hodt 


i-es 


Horn" 




Horn 


er 


Hon. 


*h 


How 


e 1 


H-oyt 


G 


Hub bur 


Hub! 


>ar 


Hub; 


»ar 



Jewell Harvey, 20 Court 

Johnson Cans. G. 27 Court 

Johnson Henry A. 46 Court 

Johnson Moses, 16 Joy's oui!ding 

Joy Albion K. P. II Joy's building 

Judd Chauncy P. 4 Court 

Judson Walter H. 1 Scoltay's building 

Keith James M. 42 Court 

Kettelle Jacob Q. 9 Scute 

Kimball David P. 3 Joy's building 

Kimball John R. 20 Court 

King B. Flint, 1-5 Merchant's Exchange 

King John G. 27 State 

Kingsbury George H. 46 Court 

Kin-man J. B. 30 Court 

Knapp Wm. 7 Court House 

Lamson A. Ward, 10 Court 

Lathrop John, 39 Court 

Leland William S. 27 Court 

Lincoln Chares S. 46 Washington 

Littlefield W.. Jr. 23 State 

Locke John, 20 Court , 

Loring Caleb W. 39 Court 

Loring Edward G. 16 Court 

Loring Francis C. 39 Court 

Loring John A 39 Court 

Lothrop Thornton K. 42 Court 

Lowell John, 42 Court 

Lunt Geortre, 4 Court 

Lynde A. V. 10 Seollay's building 

Mackie & Gushing (A. S.J, 34 School 

Maine Sebeus C. 8 Court square 

Mason David H. 20 Court 

Mason Lyman, 2 J Court 

May John W. 11 Court 

McCartney Wm. H. 20 Court 

McCleary Samuel F. City Hall 

McLellan George F. 52 Wash. 

Merrill Amos B. 10 Court 

Men ill James C. 39 Court 

Merwin Eiias, 16 Court 

Meyer Joseph, 28 State 

Miller Ephraira F. 31 Washington 

Minot William, 39 Court 

Minot Wm., Jr. 39 Court 

Montgomery Hugh, 99 Dorchester eve, 

Moore Jonathan F. 9 Court square 

Mofey George, 20 OF State House 

Morrill George, 27 Court 

Morris Robert, 17 ICll. Exchange 

Morse Nathan, TO Court 

Morse Isaac S. 10 Court 

Mouiion B. C. 20 State 

Muzzey Henry W . 31 School 

Nash Stephen G. 20 Court 

Nichols Benj. W. 40 State 

Nickerson Joseph, 9 State 

Norris A. F. L. 27 State 

Nutter Charles C 10 Court 

Nutter Thomas F. 10 Court 

Osgood Isaac P. 5 Court 

Otis Edmund B. i Devonshire' 

Paine Ghas. Jackson, 42 Court 

Paine Henry W. 30 Court 

Paine John T. 81 Washington 

Palfrey Francis W. 33 School 

Park (John CJ & Kuss (Aug. J, 7 Court 

square 
Parker Aurelius D. 20 Court 
Parker Edward G. 63 Court 
Parker Francis Edward, 42 Court 
Parker Joel, 40 Wa^lnsrton 
Parker Horatio G. 46 Wa:diir.2;ton 
Parker Henry M. 46 Washington 
Parker Samuel 1). 16 Court 
Parker Wm. over Boylston Market 
Parkruan Geo. F. 33 Beacon 
Parmenter Wm. E. 19 Court 
Peabody Owen G. 30 Court 



% 






COUNSELLORS. 



93 



Person Eliphalet, 24 Old State House 

p, iroe Roger N. 36 Court 

; . [ton Florentine W. -5 Niles block 

Pember Thomas, 15 Doane 

Perkins D. 27 Court 

Perkins Horatio N. 13 Mass. Block 

Prrrin Wm. 11. 1 Devonshire 

Perry Baxter E- 20 Court 

Phillips Edward K. 27 Court 

Phillips George W. 9 Court square 

Pickering Edward, 8 Merchant's Ex. 

Pierce Edward L 26 Old State House 

Pike Charles E. 27 Court 

Pinkerton John M. I Traveller building 

Piimpton Silas F. o Court 

Pond Benj, Old State House & Maverick 

square, East Boston 
Pope Thomas B. 16 Court 
Farcer George D. 35 Court 
Porter Josiah, 15 Merchant's Exchange 
Power Thomas, 7 Court House 
Pratt Edward E. 42 Court 
Preston George H. 81 Washington 
Prince Frederick 0. 30 Court 
Prince J. Hardy, 9 Court square 
Proctor Thomas Parker, 4 Court 
Putnam George, Jr. 24 Niles block 
Putnam John Phelps, 19 Court 
Quincy Josian, Jr. 27 State 
Quincy Samuel M. 4 Court 

Kind Edward 3, 30 Court 

Hand Edwaui S., Jr. 30 Court 
Randall James M. 17 State 

liauney f Ambrose A.J & Morse (Nathan), 
10 Court 

Reedpharies, 2,5 R.R. Exchange 

Rice. Geo. Euw 41) State 

Richardson lvorv W. 9 Court square 

Richardson N. 2 Niles Block 

Richardson Tnos. F. 16 Court 

Richardson Win. A. 81 Washington 

Riley Patrick, 10 Lincoln 

Ritchie Harrison, 30 Court 

Il.ubb James B. 5 Court 

Rogers John (j. 7 Court House 

Rogers William. 4 Court 

Rollins James W. 1 Devonshire 

Ross 6. J. 17 ilasi. Block 

tfcuss Augustus, 7 Court square 

Russell Benj. F. ii Scoilay's building 

Russell Chas. T. & Thomas H. 27 State 

Russell Thomas, 3) Court 

Russell W-rfUa.rn G. 35 Court 

Saltonstall Beverett, 39 Court 

Sargent Horace B. 30 Court 

Sargent Lucius M. 2 Amory.HaU 

Sawyer Frederick W 2'J Court 

Sawyer Jahez A. 42 Court 

Scndcier Henry A. 17 State 

Seirle George W. 33 Court 

Sears Philip H. 42 Court 

Sennott George, -5J Court 

Sewali Samuel E 46 Washington 

Seymour Frederick Z. 27 State 

Shartucic George O. 4 Court 

v . lw I emuel, Jr. 27 State 

Shaw Samuel S. 47 Court 

Sheppard John H 33 School 

Saim rain Chas. F. 202 State 

' ; ley Horatio, 9 State 

' immons Ch is. F. 10 ll.Tt Exchange 

Emmons D*v d A. 2 ) Court 

'•■ apson Win H, 2) Court 

" n illcy George W. 46 Washington 

Smith {Chauticy) A Bates (S. \V.) 46 
Washington 

' c •■; ■- Daniel E. loSeollay's building 

Smith George Melville, 9 Scoliay'a bldg. 

Smith ii. Paruam, 46 Washington 



Smith Matthew W. 1 Niles block 
Smith Wm. H. L, I Devonshire 
Smith W illiam, 22 01 1 State House 
Smyth Win. E. P. 2S Niles block 
Sohier (Edward D.) & Welch ( C. A.), 

9 Tremont 
Sohier Wni. D. 40S*ate 
Somerby Gustavus A. 42 Court 
Spaulding John, Jr. 34 School 
Standish Wm. 44 Court 
Stevens J. M. 9 Court square 
Srevens Oliver, 19 Court 
Storey Chas. W. 11 Court 
Story Isaac, 15 Merchant's Exchange 
Sullivan ( James P) & Greene (11. IV. J, 

41 State 

Suter Hales W. 27 State 

Thaxter David, 16 Court 

Thayer James B. 30 Court 

Thomas B. F. 14 State 

Thomas Charles G. 20 Court 

Thomas Seth J. 46 Court 

Thomson ( James Li,) & Barrage / Wm. 

W.), 47 Court 
Thomdikc (Saml. L.) & Pratt ( E. E.J, 

42 Court 

Thornton J. Wingate, 20 Court 

Tighe John, 94 Eliot 

Tilton Warren. 46 Court 

Tqbey Seth, 7 Court House 

Tolrnan Thomas, 33 School 

Toomey Thomas, 16 Mass, block 

Train (Charles R.) & Underwood (A.B.), 

20 State 
Treanor Bernard S. 15 Mass. block 
Tuttle C. W. -i6 Washington 
Tuxbury George W. 28 State 
Tvler J. Kendall, 63 Court 
Underwood Adin B. 20 State 
Van Duzee Ira B. 11 Court 
Vaughan Francis W. 34 School 
Wakefield JohnTL 10 Court 
Wakefield Thomas L. 10 Court 
Walker Henry, -3 Court 
Walker Henry W. 9 Court square 
Ward Samuel D. 10 Court 
Ware Darwin E. 1 Joy's building 
Ware Henry, 34 School 
Warner Hermann J. 19 Court 
Warren G. Washington, 42 Co-art 
Warren Wm. W. 19 Court 
Washburn Alex. C. 40 State 
Washburn Wm. R. P. -16 Washington 
Waterhouse [saiah & A^a.Si Washington 
Watts Francis O. 3 ) Court 
Webster Sidney, 13 Niles block 
Welch Charles A. 9 Tremont 
Wellington Ambrose, 8 Joy's building 
Wellington Hiram, 10 Court 
Wells Samuel, 28 State 
Wells Samuel, Jr. 2S State 
Wheeler Alex. S. 2.) Court 
Wheeler Samuel G., Jr. 81. Washington 
Wheelwright Andrew C. 19 Court 
White George, 13 Rs chan .; ■ 
\ x -"'iito Guilford, 1') Court 
White Luther L. 39 Court 
Whiting (Wm.) & Bus, -II (Wm. G.j, 

35 Court 
Wilder John, 11 Court 
Willard Paul, 22 Tremont row 
Willard Ju * :•:;, 3 Court House 
Willard Sidney, 42 Court 
Will y Tolinan, 20 Cart 
Williams J. Otis, 33 School 
Williamson Wm. C. 46 Court 
Willis U iratio M. 27 Court 
Wilson Walter M. 9i) Dorchester ave. 
Woodbury Wm. H. 46 Washington 



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MASSACHUSETTS REGISTER. 






Woodman Chas. C. 27 Niles block 
Wood mail Horatio, 26 Railroad Ex. 
Woodside Franklin, 46 Washington 
Wright Edwin, 81 Washington 
Wright Smith, SI Washington 
Wyraan Isaac C. 20 Court 
Yearon George C. Si Washington 
Young Edward, 30 Court 



Chelsea. 



Bates Harnlett, 
Chamberlain Mellen, 
Cheever Tracy P. 
Gerrish Benjamin J. 
Gerrish Ge /r^e A. 
Gould David, 
Morris Robert, 
Smith Daniel E. 
Smith Matthew W. 



Chelsea 



woncESTKa county. 



Andrews A, H., 
Field Charles, 
Stevens Isaac, 
Brimblecom Charles, 
Bryant N ah urn F., 
Go'rham J. Martin, 
Woods; Samuel F., 
Burgess Silas A., 
Southwick William L., 
Todd Paul P., 
Davenport James, 
Dame John T., 
Stevens Gnarios G., 
Keyes Chas, G., 
Bailey Goldsmith F., 
Ingalls Albert S., 
Mansur Joseph W., 
Mason Charles, 
Merriam David H., 
Merriam William J., 
Norcross Amasa, 
Snow Charles H. B., 
Torre y Ebenezer, 
Ware"Thornion K., 
Yv'ood Xainaniei, 
Garter C, W., 
Allen Samuel H., 
Sloeum Wiiiiam P., 
Swan Samuel, 
Mer-riam Chas H., 
Fletcher Joel W,, 
Holbrook Leander, 
Kent Thomas G., 
Parker Geo. G., 
Scammell John S., 
Staples II. B-, 
Miles Clousrh R., 
Randall Abraham G., 
Clark Samuel, 
Hil! James H., 
Bartholomew Nelson, 
Bartholomew Andrew J. 



Ashburnham 
Athol 



Blackstone 



Boylston 

Clinton 

(East) Douglass 
Fitehburjj 



Gardner 
Grafton 

Kuh^ardston 
Leominster 

Milford 



Millbury 

North hero' 

North Brookneld 
Oxiori 
Southbridze i 



Botham Frederick W., 
Harlow William T., 
Hyde Benjamin D. 
Cady Suliman, 
Boynton Lucien C, 
Deane Francis, 
Tuft George S., 
Tingier S. A., 
Boutell Lewis H., 
Morrill Dav:d L., 
Pierce L. W., 
Whitney Giles EL, 
Aldrieh P. Emory, 
Alton Charles, 
Bacon Peter C, 
Baldwin Geo. P., 
Barton Ira hi., 
Barton Wm. S., 
Bigelow Abijah, 
Brooks Calvin M., 
Bullock Alexander K , 
Chapin Henry, 
Conant Edwin, 
Dana John A., 
Davis -Edward L., 
Davis Isaac, 
Davis William S., 
Devens Charles Jr., 
Dewey Francis H., 
Estabrook James E., 
Foster D wight, 
Goddard Samuel B. I., 
Green Wm. N., 
Grout Yvilliam, 
Hall Franklin, 
Hill J. Henry, 
Hoar George F.. 
Holbrook C. A./ 
Hooper W.Iiiam R,, 
Howe Wiiiiam H., 
Mason Joseph, 
MeCafferty M J., 
Maynard Lewis A., 
Maxwell William B., 
kelson Thomas L., 
Newton Rejoice, 
Pratt Calvin E., 
Prentiss Addison, 
Rice Henry C. 
Rice Will-win W., 
Richardson Geo. W., 
Smith Wiiiiam A., 
Spragae H. B„ 
Stoddard Elijah B„ 
Swan George, 
Thayer A., 
Thomas Benj. F-, 
Tillotson 0. IE, - 
Trumbull Joseph, 
Twiss Stephen P., 
Verry Geo. F., 
Washburn John D., 
Wetherell J >htt W», 
Williams Hartley, 
Williams William A., 



Southbridge 

■ Spencer 

Stur bridge 

Tempietoa 

Uxbrid^e 



Webster 

Westboro' 

Wc3t Brookfield 

Winchendon 



YTorcester 



CHURCHES AND CLERGYMEN. 



95 



CHURCIIES AXD CLERGYMEN 



Explanation of the Abbreviations. — C. T. y Congregational ( Trinitarian), > B., 
Baptist: F. B., Frzewul Bcpiist ; M., Methodist ; M. P , Methodist Protestant; M. £., 
JJ thod'st Episcopal ; E., Episcopalian; C [/., Congregational (Unitarian J ; Uo., Uui* 
rvrsalisi ; Ch., Christian; R. C, Roman Catholic; Mi.., Mormon; Pres., PrvibyUruin ; 

.s'^rf., S'CZilenhorgLin ; S. A., Second Adctnt ; W. M., Wesleyan Methodist. 



BARNSTABLE COUNTY. 

BARNSTABLE. 

II. Carltor. (West) C. T 
E. Burrjes^Centryvil!) C.T. 
S. J. Bronson ( Hyannis) B. 
Theopbilu* P. Doggett C.U. 
Daniel Webb M. E. 

Tims C. Pratt (Marston's 
Mills) M. E. 

C.Mnr<rridse(Hvanrds)C T. 
ft. S. Pop? (Hyannis) uv. 
J. W. Wiiiet (Osterviiie) 
M.E. 
- Uv. 
V. B. Ashley (Osterviiie) B. j John Orrell 
Elisha Bacon (Cotuit Port.) j Wm. Carruthers 
C. T. ! N P. Philbrook 

BREWSTER. 

Tbos. Walton 

James Da.vis 



ORLEANS, 

Joseph P. Atkinson Uv. 

Jnc ib Wi.ite C. T. 

Wm. II. Stuart B. 

Henry Mayo M. E. 

PROVINCETOTTX. 

B. K. Bosworth M. E. 

Asa N. Bodflsh M. E. 

Osbom Myrick C. T. 

William Hooper Uv. 

SANDWICH. 

J. H. Cooley (West) M. E. 
Uv. 

c. u. 

C.T. 

M.E. 



W.H.Waggoner (N»th) Uv. 
- (South) B. 

Albert Paine (North j C. i . 

ALFORD. 

- M. E. 

- C. T. 

Pres. 



Wm. C. Foster (North)C.T. 
Hiram A. Mor-an i! B. 



Thos. W. Br 



own 



E 
C. U. i 



i J. B. Washburn (Monu 

I meat) M. E. 

ii" ; J. Hudson (Poeasset) B. j 

p' i Richard L. Dorr 'M. P. 



Spencer Q. Dyer 



Moses Stoddard 
J. G. Phillips 
S. S. Bestor 



CHATHAM. 

Calvin Chapman C. T. 

Sam'l W. Coggeshall M. E. 
Benton Smith Uv. 

Andrew Dunn B. 



DENNIS. 

Geo. G. Perkins (N 
I. i>. Car-ill rSoutl 



M. 



M. 



tiuil.&urtevazitfSoJ-e.T. 

- .- M. 

(North) C.U. 

S. P. Snow (East) M. 



£AS^HA5I« 

Abel AHton 



. - ♦ - - - C. T. I ' A 

Eze'kiel Dow (Monu- ' j Hitchcock 

m ! m) : : : a I; 

Friends T. A. Hazen 
Geo. W.Green (South)M.E. E. H. Foster 



TRURO. 



N. P. Selet 



M. E. 



C. T. 
- M. E. 



Uv. 

M. E 
Uv'. 



C.T 

M. E" 



r.-:-n.',;.T^-ST. 



Cepha* 



J.C.Allen , M.E. James C. CiearelancI C.T. 

L.W.>,ob!e _ C.T. -Winims M.E. 

J. Cushman (No.rth)Unior 



WrLLFLUI-.T. 



Ed. H. H; 



C.T. 

M.E. 
Uv. 



FALMOUTH. 

George Ford (East) C. T. 
Thorn w Flower E. 

Wm. Bates (Centre) C.T. 
John E. Gi turd M. E 

Levi Waeaton (North)C.T. 

- C. T. 
C. A. Garter (West) M.E. 

Friends 



Samuel Honlev 
(South) 

- (South) 



M. E. 

C. T. 

C.T. 

M. E. 

Uv. 



FLORIDA. 

Thomas T. Jenks 



B. 
S. A. 



CHEAT BARRINGTON. 
Josiah Brew er( Boil ia- 

tonic) C.T. 

Horace Winslow C. T. 

YARMOUTH. Lewis Green K. 

Wm. E. Sheldon (Friends- j Thos. C:mcr M. E. 

villel M. E. Cnas. A. L. Richards E. 

- J (South) M.E. P.-Eagao. R. C 

J. E. Davenport (Port) Uv. 

Abel K. Packard 0. T. 



j. Perry j Port) Swed. 

M. 5. Howard (West) C.T. 

jas. S. Fish(Port) M.E. 

Friends. 

(South) B- 



HANCOCK. 

A. P. Viet, B. 

"bakers. 



^■ , - 



22E"~5:"I^3 COUNTY. 

ADAMS. 

C.T. 



HINSDALE. 

Kingslcv Twining C.T. 

S. H. ffancoek ^ M. E. 

Watson A. Worthington B. 

- C.T. 



Harwich. 
Geo. S. Alexander (East - ) 
M. E. 
G.Burnham (South) M. V. 
ias.T. Small (West) M.E. j 

(Port) C.T. I -T Jay Dana 
W. w Ashlev ( Westl B Mile* -.Saodford (North) B. Alpha H. Simons 

. " ,' '. -C.T. ti. [oeh«r (N'^rtb) M.E. Geo, T. Dob 
Ka v« Lathropf Saudi) Beth- J- G. Phillips (South) M.E. Samuel B. Shaw 
el Cboroh [ Bi P, Do Co>ta (.North) E. ! 



LANESBORO . 



B. 



96 



MASSACHUSETTS REGISTER. 



LEE. 






Ralph H. Bowies 




B. 


Nahum Gale 


C 


T. 


- 




B. 


Zephaniah N. Lewis 


.M. 


E. 


G. T. Chapman 




E. 


George Rue 


M. 


E. 


Peter E^an 


R 


C. 


LENOX. 






J. J. Harrison 


M. 


E. 


E. K. Aldea 


C. 


T. 


S. P. Parker 




E. 


R. P. Jones 







TT BIN OH AM. 

DeLos Lull M.E. 

Addison Browne B. 

Community of Shakers. 



WASHINGTON. 



C.T. 
M. E. 



MONTEREY. 

FT. C. Humphrey M.E. 
Winthrop H. Pfjelps C. T. 

MOUNT WASHINGTON. 

- Uy. 
- M. E. 

NEW ASHFOED. 

T. S. McM aster M. E. 

NEW MARLBORO*. 



WEST STGCKIiRIDGE. 

Henrv H. Perkins M. E. 
Lewis Pennell C. T. 

Daniel D. Frost C. T. 

WILLIAM.3TOWN. 

B. 
John McGilton M. E. 

Add-on Ballard C. T. 

M. Hopkins (college) C. T. 

WIND30R. 
Talmon C. Perry C. T. 

B. 

BRISTOL COUNTY. 

ATTLEBORO'. 

O-eo. F. Warren (North) B, 



FALL RIVER. 

Thomas Ely 

P. B. Hauthwout 

Warren Hathaway 
Edward Murphy 

j Samuel C. Brown 
A. W. Tripp (St'eep 
Alex. D. Milne 
E. M. Porter 
J. L. Diman 
Eli Thurston 

A.L T .Swinerton(Glol: 

Village) 
William Maclaren 
Charles A. Snow 

. I 



M. E. 

F. B. 

B. 

Ch. 

R. C. 

M. E. 

Brook) 

Ch. 

E. 

C. T. 

C.T. 

C. U. 

M. E. 
Pres. 

B. 

Uv. 

riends. 

Ssved. 



Otis Lombard 


C 


T. 


. V K.KJ . X . t T -T J i t_ 1 I. 1 i.1 VI 

Jos. D. Pierce (North 
Benj.C.Chase (South 


) Fv 


Richard T. Searle 


c. 


T. 


) C. T 


William Goodwin 




B, 


Gardner Clark (H 
viiie) 


ebron- 


H. C. Humphrey 


M 


E.-l 


F. B 








. 


C.T 


OTIS. 






A. Gardiner 


M.E 


. 


_ 


E. 






L. E. Perkins 


M 


E. ! 


BEBK.LEY. 




Thomas Hall 


V. 


\ 


James A. Roberts 
James Lothrop 


C.T 
.C.T 


PERU. 








M. M. Longley 


c 


T. : 


DARTMOUTH. 




PITTSFIELD 




T.I 


Charles H. Hatch _ B 
Al elan cthnnG. Wheeler C.T 


Samuel Harrison 


c. 


Wrn. Faunce (Hixesj 
Gould Anthony 


Ch 


W. II. N. Stewart 




E. ! 


Ch 


Lemuel Porter 




B.| 


- 


Ch 


E. H. PurceU 


R. 
C 


?: 


. F 


iends 


_ 




_ 


Ch 


John 'I odd 


c. 


i\ 






. 


- 


T:. 


lUCKTON. 




D. Starks 


M. 


e! 


HeiJTT U. Smith 




Salisbury 


- W. 


M. 


■ (North) 


M. E 



RICHMOND. 

Chas. S. Renshaw 

II. H. Birkins 



C.T. 



Abraham Gushee C. U. 
J. J. Thacher B. 

Martin M . B r a 1 ey (N or til) C h . 
John T. Elliott Ch. 

Enoch Sanford C. T. 



SANDL-SPIELD. 








- 




B. 


E ASTON. 


Aaron Pickett 


C. 


T. 


- B.C. 


- 


- 


E. 


- M. E 

Goo. W. Within gton C. U 


SAVOY. 






Lyman White " C. T. 


Amos Doming 




B. 


.--.,-.:- M.P 


H. Moulton 


M. 


E. 


rAI&KAVEN. 


Calvin L. Baker 




B. 


J. M. ff,nt«t« M. E 


SHEFFIELD. 






William \V. Meech 


H. C. Humphrey 






(Long Plain) B. 
- - - Ch 


(Hartsville) 


M 


E. 


John Wi'hrd C.T 


0. V. Am ennaa 


M. 


E. 


Benj. L. Sayer, M, E 


G'-orsif E, Hill 


C. 


T. 


Friends 
CourjlandY.D«Nor- 


BTOCEtBaiDGB. 






fiiandle C. U 


T. Benedict 




B 


Israel A, Wood B 


A. II. Dashiel, Jr. 


c. 


T- 


John Warren Crabtree Ad 


B.C. SiitchcM 


M. 


p. 


S 8. Brewer Ad 


Samuel P. Parker 




v. 


Puihp Crandon (Long 


George H. Cider 


c. 


T- 


Piaia) M. E 



FREETOWN. 

Barnabas Collins (East) Ch. 
A.G.Duncan(Assonet)C. T. 
George Tyler (East) Ch. 
George Kelton (As- 
sonet) Ch. 

(North) Friends. 

MANSFIELD. 

R. H. Dorr . M. P. 
B. 

Daniel W.Stevens C.XT. 

E. F. Bunks M.E. 

Isaiah Haley Ch. 

Jacob Id?, Jr. C.T. 

Thomas Grover Friends. 

NEW BEDFORD. 

William Jackson (co-Pd^ B. 

Asahel Cobb C. T. 

Wheeloek Craig C. T. 

H. S. White ' M. E. 

Henry W. Parker C. T. 

John Gird wood • B. 

J. T. Benton . >I. E. 

i Henrv Baylies M. E. 

j John'fiowson M. E. 

! H. E. S. Henniss B.C. 

Moses How (Bethel) Ch. 

Isaac H. Coe Ch. 

Timothy Stowe C. T. 

T. C. Moulton Ch. 

James S, White Ch. 

M. G. Thomas (Minis- 
ter at large) C. £J. 

Joseph Hicks (col'd) M. E. 

John Weiss C. U* 

Geo. M.Hamlin M.E. 

Spencer II. Rice Epis. 

t J. J. Twiss Uv. 

I Jacob Mitchell (col'd) M.E. 
j J. B. Smith (col'd ) Ch 

| T. R. Dennison City Miss. 
i Two Societies of Friends. 



PAWTTCKET. 

Constantine Blodgett C. T. 

Julius S. Townsend E. 

- F. B. 

S. F. Upham M. E. 

- ■ ■*•■« - S«ed. 



NORTON. 




George F. Clark 


C 


Franklin Holmes 


c 


James Bison 





CHURCHES AND CLERGYMEN. 



97 



William Heed 



C. T. 



C. T. 



BEROBQTH 

S. Fox (North) 
Ceo. \V. VYallis 



B. j Alanson Lathan (Holmes 
- C. U. | Hole) M.E. 

B. 
- C. T. 



M. E. 

C. T. 
F. B. 

B 

- F. B. 

(Sixth Principle) B. 

SEEKONK. 



Bartlett Mayhew 
Joseph A. Hunt 



M. E. 



James 0. Barney C. T 

A. H. Srowell " B. 

Andrew M. Rhodes Uv. 

B. 

SOMERSET. 

Paine M. E. 

George II. Eldridge Ch. 
Obadiah Chace ^ Friends. 
Samuel C irr B. 

V.A. Cooper (South) M.E. 



SWANZEY. 

S. K. Sweetman 
Silas Hall 
Waterman Perec 

J. W. Barton 

TAUNTON. 



ESSEX COUNTY. 

AMBSBTLRY. 

D. G. Este8 



E. 

- C. T. 
James Rand F. B. 

- C. T. 
Chas. F, Foster (West) B. 
L. Thompson (West) C.T. 

- - - -' Uv. 
Simeon P. Heath M. E. 

- Uv. 
- (West) Ch. 

One Society of Friends. 

AN DOVER. 

George Moore C T. 

Caieb E. Fisher C. T. 

Samuel Fuller E. 

ilenry S. Greene (BaTJard- 
vde) C. T. 

(South) Uv. 
i Ibj, Harrison (Ballafd- 
vale) ' M. E. 

j James H. Merrill C. T. 
j Wm. S. McKenzie B. 

Samuel D. Church F.B. j 
Charles H. Brigham C. U. J beveply. 

U. M. Fisk Uv. j 

George Macombcr ! Joseph Abbott 

(MvritfkvilkO M. P. ! H. L-ainsberry 

Alr*n Cobb (West) C. T. j Samuel Broo.es 
Mortimer BUke C T. ' Alonzo B. ftrcn 

Erastus Malthy C. T. I 



Ch 
B 

B. i 
E. ; 



C. T. 

C.T. 

B. 

C. X. 

- C.U 

Uv. 

B. 

- c. u. 



/■ .'. ■ \, '.'' i'l frd B i Joseph C. Fo'si'i 

Tnos. H..Vail E.i -. ■ - 

T. R Gushing C. T. j 

Chailes Natson ' M.E. boxford. 

J. A. M. Chanman M. E. ' 1Tr .^. ^ o m 

Samuel MedWvn F- B. I 3™W^ C< ?S?!° C : I- 



George W. Wallace F. B. 
Daniel Hearne R. C. I 



Calvin E. Park (WestjC.T, 



BRADFORD. 

i James T. McCollom C. T. 



"WESTPOUT. 

S 5.Cummmgs(Pomt) M.E. j 
M E. Gammons C. B. S 

£■ **• I Milton P. Braman C. 7 

„ L - B - ' Aaron W. Chaffin I: 

vvob.> f eue3ofFnends.| James Flotrher 

•» ii ' '. <■! tmtttOHS C. ti 



Wm. t'aui 
brnel A. Wood 



> ' tiranons 
Tripp 



BAXTERS, 



James W. Putnam 



baa* Ij-uuhatn C. 1. i 

d;;k2s county. | 

ckixma.uk. 
franklin Sears 

EBOARTOWN 



; Robert F. C! 



ESSEX. 



j Samuel Geli . 

u. e*. ! J;l:no > M - BacQn 



G SOUGH TOWN. 

A. D. Gurham B. Cha3 « ]jl 

MiiUaja H. Stetson M. E. 



- C.T, 



Mr. Sears 



C.T. 

Uv. 

E. 

B. 
Uv. 



Uv. 
Ch. 

C. I. 



C. T. 

C. U. 

B, 





GLOUCESTER. 




Sa 


muel \. dishing 


M. E. 


Ni 


.than A. Soule 


M. E. 


Sa 


muel E. Pierce 


B. 


R< 


iber-t P. Rogers 


C. U. 


L. 


Dickerman 


C. T. 


F. 


A. Palioubet 


C.T. 


CI 


as. B. Smith 


C. T. 


W 


. R. G. Mellen 


Uv. 




- 


C.T. 


L. 


Acquaron 


R. C. 



GROVE LAND. 

Gardner B. Perry ; r „ 

dims. Dogiiett " S 

James Richardson Indep. 

Bryan Morse M. E. 

HAMILTON-. 

J. H. Mordough C. T. 

HAVERHILL. 

Edward Humphrey (East) B. 
Solomon C ha pin M.E. 

Asa Farwell (West) C. T. 
Benj. F. Hosford C. T. 

Ab'm Burn ham (East)C. T. 
Henry Plurnmer Ch. 

Leonard S. Parker C. T. 

- Mn. 
Lemuel Willis (West) Uv. 

- - (North) C.T. 
Arthur S. Train - B. 

Win. MeNeal Uv. 

Chas. 11. Seymour E. 

John T. McDonnell R. C. 
Wm. C. Clark F. W. B. 

- c. u. 

IPSWICH. 

Wm. C High M. E. 

Daniel Fitz C. T. 

J. A. Heaiy- (Line Brook) 
C. T. 
David T. Kimball ) 
j P. Southgate S 



C.T. 



XATV RENTE. 

Daniel Tenney 

Wm. F. Evans 
James O'Donnell 
George Packard 
E. M. Tappan 
W. F. Watkins 
James M. Taaffe \ 
Patrick K el ley > 
Win. L. Jenkins 



C.T. 
Uv. 
M. E. 
R. C. 
E. 
F. B. 
M. E. 



C. U. 
Ad. 
Frank Remington B. 

G Buckingham SVilcoxC.T. 
0. K. Port r p. 

J. Hudson M. E. 

LYNN. 

' Elbridcre G. Brooks Uv. 

I W. R. Clarke M.E. 

I H. E. H -mpstead M. E. 

I Parsons Cook.e C. T. 

j Isaac W. Hailara E. 

Samuel Johnson Free Ch. 

D. L. Gear C. M. 

I OliverS. Howe M. E. 

Wm. C. Richards B. 

Chas. C. Shackford C. U. 



98 



MASSACHUSETTS REGISTER. 



P H. Ne-whall M. E . eocklfort. 

John H. Mansfield M. E. | T R Fartlsworth 

Patrick Mram K. G. 

J. P. Turner (coi'd) M. E. 

Alfred Owen B. 

Jotham B. Sewall C. T. 

Wm. Miller Ch. 

paine Uv. 

Two Societies Friends 



TANK FIELD. 



Allen Gannett 



C.T. 

Uv. 

C.T. 



MAXCHESTF.F- 



Geo. E. Freeman C, T. 

C. W. Redding B. 

Francis V. Tenner C. T. 



5UBBLKHEA.D. 

Benj. R- Allen C. T. 

*..- - C.T. 

Stillman Baiden Uv. 

Mosely Height M. E. 

George W. Patch B. 

John B. Richmond E. 

H. P. Crozier C. U. 

M8THl : E5. 

Chas. W. Broadbont B. 
John C. Phillips C.T. 

H. Kersey . Uv. 

Jacob Steveas M. E. 

MIDI'LETOX. 

Amos H. Johnson C. T. 
Uv, 

XAEAST. 

Chas. M. Smith Ind. M. 



X^eocard Withington C. T. 

Ckas. Brooks C. T. 

C. S. Butler (Pearson's 

Mills) M. E. 



Wakefield Gale 
Elijah Mason 
Joseph M. Driver 
David Bremner 
L. Acquaron 



BOWLEY. 



A. W. Carr 
John Pike 



Uv. 
C.T. 
M. E. 
B. 
C.T. 
R. C. 



B. 
C.T. 



SALEM. 

C. C. Bearaan C. T. 

George W. Briggs C. U. 

M. Carlton Seamen's Bethel 



Thos. H. Shahan 
Mic'l Hartnett,asst. 

Brown Emerson ) 
Israel E. Dwinell ) 
Dexter Clapp 



James M. Hoppin 

George Leeds 
t Robert C. Mills 

Frederick Gunner 
! F. H. Berick 
! Austin F. Herriek 

James W. Thompson C. U. 

Sam'l M. Worcester C. T. 

D. I). Winn B. 

One Society Friends 

E. 



■R. C. 

Uv. 

C.T. 

c. u. 
c.u. 

C.T. 
E. 

B. 
S. A. 
S. A. 

M. E 



NEWBVETtEOHT. 

Randolph Campbell 
Luther P. Dimraock 
Daniel T. Fiske 
John Smith 
Henry Lennon 
John Pearson, Jr. 
Daniel P. Pike 
Noah Hooper 
Henry R. Ptff men te? 
Bsmnel J. Spalding 
AshWl G. Vermiiye 
Attemaa B. Mu?.zey 
James Bamaby 
Iltman R. Tiailow 
IVia. ilorton 
Win. tiuauidiau 



C. T. 

C. T. 
C.T. 
M. E. 
R, C. 

S. A. 

Ch. 



C. T. 

P. 

c. u. 

B. 
V 



B. P. Byraixi B. 

D. P. Leavitt (East) M. E. 

; Benj. Sawyer C.T. 

j A. G. Morton Ch. 

j S. P. Heath (S. Mills)M.E. 

- (Point) C. T, 

BATHES. 

i Daniel Richards M. E. 

Levi Brinhato C.T. 

JolmH. CarnpbeO Uv. 

Geo. F. Poole (Ciiftondaie) 

M. E. 

SOUTH DANYER3. 

I James 0. Murray C. T. 

Chas. H. Wheeler C.U. 

j Thos. E. Keely B. 

1 Grville Bray ton Uv. 

j 11. C. Dunham M. E. 



SWAMP-SCOTT. 



| Z. A. Mudge 
! Jonas B. Clark 



Gearys Sunderland 
Anson MeLtmd 



NORTH ANOOYBU. 
Chas. C. Virj.il < 

Rodney 6ag« 
L. H. Oolb 



WEX1IAM. 

Wt»nn*lfv 



M. E. 
C. T. 



M. E. 
C. T. 



C. T. 



NP.WItUEY. 



David hosier 
Unas. D. Herbert 



M.K.j. 
C. T. I On< 



C. T. 
C, T. 
- M. E. 
ociety of Fricnc.j 



FRANKLIN COUNTY. 

ASHFIELD. 

H.B.Davis B. 

Charles Cleveland E. 

Willard Brigham C.T. 

- - - - Uv. 
Ly man Warner C.T. 

B2RNARM3T0N. 

H. B. Butler Uv. 

Amos G. Bowker M. E. 

- C. T. 
G. S. StockweU B, 

D. H. Ranney C. U. 

BTJCEXASO, 

B. 

J. H. Gaylord M. E. 

Asa B. Smith C. T. 

Judson fcisher Uv. 

CHAELEMONT. 

Aaron Foster (East) C. T. 
Rufus Gerrish JYI. E. 

Mat'w Kingman (W.) C. T. 

- - - - C. U. 
Anson H. Stearns B. 

- S.A. 

C0LERA3NE. 

E. Davenport B. 
L. S. Brewster M. E. 
Lucius Ames B. 

C. T. 

CONWAY. 

Geo. M. Adams C. T. 

A. J. Chaplin B. 

- M. E. 

DEERFIELD. 

David Todd (South) M. F- 
John F. Moors C. U 

D. A. Strong (South) C. T 

P. R. Clark (South } C. T 

Robert Crawford (N.) C. 1 



Eli Moddv C. T. 

- - - Uv. 



Abijah Stowell C. T. 

A. G, Bowker M. E. 



GREENFIELD. 

A. Chandler C. T. 

Geo. Prentiss M. E. 

W. W. Ames B. 

Wm. Flint R. 

- - - - C. U. 

P. C. Headlev C. T. 



Henry Seymour ( Rast ,(' T 
J. B. "Baldwin (West) C.T 



. 



CHURCHES AND CLERGYMEN. 



99 



LEVF.HETT. 

IVivid Eastman C. T. 

David Avery 13. 

John JJali F. B. 



LEYDEX, 



J. A. Gibson 
11. B. Duller 



W. M. 

Uv. 



EAEPDEJT COUNTY. 



MONROE. 

N. D. Sherman Uv. 

MONTAGUE. 

Claudius Bradford C. IT. 
Bro.vn Emerson C. T. 

b' 

NEW SALEM. 

,.. - - - - M. E. 
hrasius Curtis C. T. 

William M. Hubbard M. E. 

- C. U. 

B. 
M. 

NOE.THPIELD. 

- M. E. 
Wiilard Jones C. T. 

- C. D. 

ORANGE. 

Levi Baliou (North) Uv. 

A, a Countryman Uv. 

- C. T. 
(North) C. T. 

„ - - - - B. 
Edwin Dimrnntk 

KOW£. 

E.D.Fish B. 

it.crease S. Lincoln C. U. 

- C. T. 

M. 

8HEL3UUNE. 

1 'm* H.Gray (Falls) B. 
xi. p. Billings C. 'I. 

Hudson Fisher (Falls) Uv. 
**.R Loomis (Fails) C. T. 
U R. S. Brewster (Falls) 
M. E. 
- - - - C. U. 

SHUTESBCRY. 

Amos Hubbard C. T. 

<Jarvis Wilson M* £.' 

I ' ph Haskell E. 

•John Carpenter M. E. 

Ravid Pease » 

Sweao D. Clark C. T." 

v ' VUWJCK. 

Henry M. Bridge C T 

John Goltkburv f**TT* 

K J. E m«y } 

■Jona^U. Ben.net «. 



ACAV.WM. 

Ralph Ferry 
Moody Harrington 
Addison Barker ■ 

John Cadwell 

BLANDFORD. 

Charles J. Hinsdale 

Jonathan JL. Estey (North ) 

M. E. 

John Capen M. E. 

E. 

B. 



C. T. 

C. T. 

B. 

M. F. 

M. E. 



C. T. 



:c. T. 

s. \ 
M. !•;.' 
C. T. 



BlilMFIELD. 

Jason Morse 

CHESTER. 

Zolva Whittemore 

(Factories) 
Samuel S. Brazee 
J. Noon 
Hugh Gibson 

CIIICUPEE. 

R. K. Bellamy (Falls) B. 
W. R. Blenkmsop K. C 
Eli B. Clark C. T. 

J. S. Barrows M. B. 

George E. Horr B. 

Samuel Pettes. Jr., C. IT. 
Frederic Alvord(FaIls}C.T- 
Albert D. Vail (Falls) M.E- 

A. C to swell 

B. V. Stevenson 
Luther II. Cone 

GRANVILLE. 

Timothy M. Cooley 
G. D. Felton 
Francis Holmes 

HOLLAND. 
i run^i.i Wood 



MONTGOMERY.. 

John C. Thompson C T 

- - - - m!e'. 

PALMER. 

A. D. Bullock vDepot) E 
o. M. Clark (i Corners j 

Joseph Vaille (Depot) C.f .' 
V . • ^'atrous (Three 
Rivers) j^ 

Af di , ( Tho "'dike)C. T. 
31. JJIenkensopp 2t. C 

RUSSELL. 

Ashael Bronson £ 



C. T. sovjuvncK. 

Erastus Colton £ T 

Martin H. Rising " g" 
Charles Pyke M. E.' 

SPRINGFIELD. 

Sarn;i G. Buckingham C, T 
Wilham S. Chiids E„ 

A. 0. Hamilton M. ¥~. 

n -r-~ Uv. 

George B. Ide £ 

Mark Trafton 2,r. E.' 
Samuel Osgood ) 

Henry M. Parsons C C - T * 

James Drumrnond C T 

Francis C. Tiffany C U 
George rD. F. Folsom C. f. 

M. if. Galligar F.. C. 

TOLLAND. 

C. F. Page c. T 

WALES. 

Wm. S. Phillips B 

Silas Piper y^ E " 



El - 
Uv. 

C. T. 



C. T. 

B. 

C. T. 



C. T. 
B. I 



HOT/YOKB. 

Mark Carpenter B 

L. Chapln M. E. 

James B. R. Walker C. T. 

Simeon Miller C. T. 

J. F. Sullivan R. C. 

- . ■ - - B. 

- Uv. 

I/" NOME A DOW. 

A. S. Loveii ' B 

- v - (East) C. T! 

John W. Harding C. T. 
Francis J. Wagner 



(East) 



Ll'DLOW 



WENDELL. 

graham Jenkins <;. f. 

' -Ji Hunt j5 # 

WJl-A-TEttY. 

^*r]**.N. «eym „ T p. T 

...irivs Lord c T 



i J. W. Tuck 
I David K. 5 
i \iiit-) 



M. E. 



m!eJ 



) c. 



T heron C. Colton \ 
Tbornaa B.Treadwell M 



WESTFTELo, 

Emerson Davis f. T 

Daniel E. Chapia m! E. 
John Green ' * j/ 

William Carpenter B. 

C. N. Mer«field(West 

Parish) 3X. E. 

Joel S. Bingham ('. T. 

Uv. 

- - - - R.C. 

WEST SPRING ill -LI). 

Theron H. Hawkes C. T 
E.G. Alden C. T. 

VVIIB»AKAM. 

John P, Skeele (North) 
C. T. 
Wm. F. Warren M. E. 

C. B. Kittredge(South)C.T. 
Moses Curtis £ 

Randall Mitchell (So.)M.k! 

HAMPSEIKE COUNTY. 

AMHEDST. 

Edvr.S. Dwight(West)C.T. 

(Norih > < '. T 

J. L. Merrick (South) C. T. 

William A. Stearns 

(College) C. T. 

.-, (fj r» '•-< 5* fjr ft 



100 



MASSACHUSETTS REGISTER. 



Chas. L. Woodworth C. T. 
JosEh T . Smith B. 

John -Juv.e-- [South) M. E. 
John Peterson (N'th) M.E. 

BELCHERTOWN. 

J. W. Mowfy (South) M.E. 
Wm. N. Fay B. 

Henry B. Blake C. T. 

CHESTERFIELD. 

B. 

- C. T. 

- M. E. 
Isaac Hoag F. B. 

CUMMINGTON. 

Theodore J. Clark C. T. 

- C. T. 

- C. T. 

- Uv. 

- M. E. 

15. 



J. W. Lf 



PLAINEIEID. 



Solomon Clark, 



M. E. 

B. 

C.T. 



B. 

C.T. 



PRESCOTT. 



Wm. Hubbard 



EA. ; 



Hampton. 



Aaron M. Colton C. T. 

E. S. Stone . G. T. 

ENFIELD. 

Nathaniel J. Merrill M. E. 
Fvob ert M c E w en C.T. 

GOSHEN. 

Thomas IE Rood C. T. 
B; 

Gil AN BY. 

Henrv Mills C. T. 

- - - M. E. 

GREENWICH. 

E, P. Blodgett C. T. 

KAD7.-EY. 

Rowland Avers C. T. 

W. H. Beam an ( North) C. T. 
Franklin Tuxbury C.T. 

HATFIELD. 

John M. Greene C. T. 

HUNTINGTON. 

H.A. Anstia C.T. 

M. C. 

Towasend Walker C.T. 

B. 

M. E. 

MTDDLEFlTvLD. 

Lewis Holmes B. 

Alex. Dickson M. 

M. 

Lewis Bridgman C. T. 

SOUTHAMPTON. 

David h irroughs B. 

Gordon Hall C. T. 

Vv'n, SiNtno C. D. 

It. F. Mors* M. P.. 

O S Barton E 

ZaehfrrKudr C. T. 

James F. Sullivan R, C. 



M. E. 

B. 

David Bancroft C. T. 

- Uv. 

SOOTH AMPTON. 

David Kiiburn M. E. 

Stephen C. Strong C.T. 

SOUTH HAPLEY. 

Hiram Meade C. T. 

S. Jackson (Falls) M. E. 
It. Knight (Falls) C. T. 

AVARS. 

A, P. Chute (West) C. T. 

B. 

S. F. Clark C. 17. 

L. Bolles, Jr. M. E. 

A. E. P. Perkins C. T. 

"WEST HAMPTON. 

Roswell Foster C. T. 

WILLIAM5B.UJB.G. 

Gvrus Brewster Union 

Fred. t. Perkins C. T. 



BRIGHTON'. 

Fred. A. Whitney C.TJ. 

Jos. W. Parker " B. 

Thos. O. Rice C. T. 

- - - R. C. 

Sumner Ellis Uv. 



BURLINGTON. 



Eastwood 



VOKTHINOTON. 



M. 



J John IE Bisbee 



C.T. 

- M. E. 
~ C. T. 



- C. T. 
M. 



CAMBRIDGE. 

J. A. Albro C. T. 

A. M. Averill B. 

Rich'd G.Greene(East)C.T. 
J. M. Masters(N T brth)C. U. 
F. D. Huntington Collese. 
M. Dougherty R. C. 

F.W.Holland (East) C. U. 
Nicholas Hoppin E. 

Wm. Newell C. U. 

Wm. P. Page (Port) E. 
S. R. Mason B. 

John Pryor B. 

Chas. A. Skinner Uv. 

H. K. Pervear (East) B. 
i. F. W. Ware (Port) C. U. 
H. W. Rug* (East) Uv. 
Isaac Smith (Port) M.E. 
Geo. Bowler (East) 31. E. 
H.F.Harrington( Port )C. r. 
F. X. Branagan (E.) R. C. 
- " ! Port) C. T. 
(North) C. T. 
Geo. E. Allen C. T. 



Middlesex cou; 



:i 1 1 . 



ACTON. 

Jos. Garland C. T. 

Geo. \V. Frost M. E. 

W.H.Watson (W.Acton >B. 
Uv. 



ASHBY. 




James M. Bell 
Nathaniel Gage 


C. T. 

C. u 


ASHLAND. 




T. F. Cliry 
Kiiburn Holt 


C. T 
B 


BKDPOBD. 




Henry J. Patrick 
- 


C. T 
C." U 


BILLERICA. 




Nonvnn : D m> n 
J. 1). (..>•-• trna 


Uv 

C. u 
C. T 


Bt-nj. Knight 


M 


BOXBORO'. 




L. Luc* 

i Q. Whitney 


C. T 
Uv 



CARLISLE. 

J. Lawrence 
Jas. T. Powers 

CHARLESTOWN. 

L White 

R. W. Cushtnan 

Geo. E. Eli is 
Oliver C. Everett 
Geo. A. Hamilton 
Charles li. Uolver 
Alex G. Laurie 
I. S. Cush man 
Jas. B. Miles 
Henry C. Graves 



C. T 
C. U 



Thos. R. Lambert 



- C. 



CliELMSPORD. 

James Wisrgin B 

B. F. Clark" (North) C. T, 



John Parkhurst 



CONCORD, 

Luther H. Angler 
Grindall Reynolds 



C.U. 
H. 
F. B. 



C.T. 

c. u. 

Uv. 



ERA CUT. 

Wm. Allen (First) C. T. 
Wm. Miller (West) C. T. 
James M. May.-dl M. E. 
F. B.Perkins("Central)C. T- 

DUNSTABLE. 

- - - - C.T. 

Uv. 



CHURCHES AND CLERGYMEN. 



101 



PRAMraQHAM. 

:■ i. C. Bodweli ^ C. T. 
Franklin Furber (Saxon- 

•.::•-, M.E. 

U ra. C. Child B. 

John Walsh (Saxon- 

R. C. 
II A'.'. ;: (Saxonville) C. T. 
S*m .-' D. Robbins C. U. 
5, W. Foljambe (South) B. 

GROTON. 

Edw. A. Bulkier C. T. 

Geo B. Gov? (South) B. 
D Fosdick (South) Union. 
C. Nightingale C. U. 

Lucius E. Smith B 

(South) C.T. 

HOLLISTOX. 

Samuel Tupper M. E. 

J. T. Tucker C. T. 

A;bort Case Uv. 

110 PKINTOX. 

K. S.Uil! (Waodville^ E. 
L'hos. Marcy M. E. 

i'--.rsck Cuddihy R C. 

John C.Webster C.T. 
O II. Tillotson Uv. 

Alfred L. Baurv E. 



LEXINGTON 



(East) C. U. 
L. J. Lirermore C. U. 

TT,- 



Wm. €. Jackson C. T. 

- C. U. 

LITTLETON. 

I ■ F.Larnson E. 

; . . I V.-: I, C. i'. 

E. De Normandie C. U. 

Lowell. 

Henry M.Lou.d M.E. 

A-ttiod Bianehard C. T. 

P. Cieaveland C. T. 

i Crudden 11. C. 

vvua. L. Jenkins C. T, 

- Uv. 
' II. Aklen B. 
; • • Edson E. 
>-■ '- B. Foster C. T. 
A. D.SargeaJt M. E. 

. "-, ." '" " B 

• - - . . Nl ,'Dennott R. C. 

"■ Davrs F. P>. 

■• ' * • *• liver M. x.. 

J atn brien R C 

■- - - - Uv. 

■ ■' W. B wham 13. 

■ " : '' large) C. U. 

- -r. HF Kurrher C. L. 

' :.:;::... ■ c.u. 

'■- a Street ' C.T. 

MALDKX. 

£W. EdWtifd Reed C.T. 

.'-• •• S< ■:•• M.E. 

- s*. Cruickshaixks(S.) C. T. 



Win. F. Stubbert B. 

E. O. Haven (East) M.E. 

J. K. Wait C. TJ. 

Thos. 1. Greenwood Uv. 
Angier (South) C. T. 

MARLROROUGH. 

Horatio Alger C. U. 

Levi A. Field C. T. 

John S. Dav M E. 

L.Wakefield(Feltonvilie)B. 
Uv. 
R. C. 



E. 
B. 

C.T. 

Uv. 

C.T 

M. E. 

C. U. 

R. C. 



Uv. 
M. E. 



MEDTOBD. 

J. Field 

EliasNason 

Elihu P. Marvin 
Wm. A. B rani an 
Theo. Tebbetts 

John Ryan 

MELROSE, 

Wm. B. Bowies 
J. A. Adam* 

- - ' - - \j* x . 

_ . . . . b. 
W. H. Muxtroe E. 

NATICK. 

Nathan D. George M. E. 

- ' - B. 

C. T. 

- Uv. 

Wm. G. Babcock (So.) C.U. 

NEWTON. 

J.W. Lewis (U.Falls) M.E. 
Henry Burroughs, Jr. 

( Lower Fall*) E. 

DanTL. Furber {'Cen.) C.T. 

(West). C.U. 

Edward J. Young C.U. 

(Newton Cornei ! 



O. S. Steam 



(Centre) 



Geo. B. Little ( West) C.T 
S. F. Smith (Up. Falls) B 
Edward W. Clark (Au- 

burndale) C. T 

G r t e n e ( Ne w; C o r . ) E 

(Newtonville) E 
J. W. Wei! man 

(Newton Corner) C. T 

NORTH HEADING. 



SHIRLEY. 

B.B. Beards'.y (Shirlev 

Village) C. T. 

Seth Chandler C. U. 

Geo. W. Jenks Uv. 

Coiurnunity of Shakers. 

6GMSRYILLE. 

George H. Emerson Uv. 
N. M. Williams B. 

- C. T. 
George G. Fairbanks B. 

Charles Baker M.E. 

- c. u. 

SOUTH READING. 

Joseph B. Johnson C. T. 

Daniel W. Phillips B. 

Edward A. Eaton Uv. 

- S.A. 

stoneham:. 

- M.E. 

- Uv. 

J. E. Swallow C. T. 



Reuben Bates C.U. 
W. F. Lacount (Rock- 
bottom) M.E. 
Alpha Morton C. T. 

SUDBURY. 

William A. Clapp M.E. 

Linus H. Shaw C. U. 

Erastus Dickinson C. T. 

Alpha S. Morton C. T. 



TEWXSBTJRY. 

Richard Tolman C.T. 

Clifton Fletcher B. 

TOAVNSEND. 

S. Clark Uv. 

E. W. Cooke C. T. 

Augustus F. Bailey M.E. 

J. E. Battell B. 

- C.U. 



TYNGSBORQL T GH. 



- 




B 


T. N Jones 




C. T. 


G. R. Bent 




M.E 


- 




Uv 


PEPPER 


■vLT 




Charles Babbidi 


re 


C. U 


Edward P. Srui 


tk 


C. T 



George G: 



Ys'AT.THAM. 

E. A. Manning 
M. L.Bickford 
T. F. Fales 
Patrick Flood 
Thomas II ill 
R. L5. Thurston 
Henry A. Ear on 



B. 
C. U. 

Uv. 



M. E. 

B. 

E. 

R. C. 

C. U. 

C. T. 

Uv. 

- Swed. 



i William Hi W 
I Wm. Barrows 



C. T. ! 
C. T.* ! 



Liudley M. Burringion Uv. 

SUEKHOUN. 

Theodore II. Dorr C. U. 
Edmund' Bowse C.T, 



VATERTOYFN. 

George Bradford C.U. 

K. C. Vose Uv. 

Patrick Flood EC. 

G. M. Steele M. H. 

W. L. Brown B. 

S. R. Deniiin C.T. 

Amos Smith C. U. 






102 



MASSACHUSETTS REGISTER. 



VAYLAHI*. 






. 


- c 


.T. 


. 


- c. 


u. 


- 


- w. 


M. 



WEST CAMBRIDGE. 

Geerge [liU Uv. 

Samuel A. Smith C. U. 
Samuel B. Sw;iia B. 

Danie! E. Cndy C. T. 

Aratw SnMth(Belmont) C.U. 

WESTFORD. 

Geo. M. Rice C. U. 

- C.T. 

WESTON. 

M. P. Webster M. E. 

Joseph Field C. U. 

C. II.ToplirF B. 

WILMIXGTOX. 

- F. B. 

Samuel Tolman C. T. 

WINCHESTER. 

Reuben T. Robinson C. T. 
Edwin B. Eddy B. 

WOBciawr. 

Leonard Cox, Jr. B. 

Daniel March C. T. 

Rufus P. Stcbbins C. U. 

J. A. Ames M. E 

B. F. Bronson B* 

- (, North) C. T* 

- R.C 



KANI'JCSET COUNTY, 

NA2TTUC2LET, 



James E. Crawford B 

- M.E 

M. P. Alderman M. E 

Frr.ncisDeB.tron C, U 

: : : : c i:i 



UOEyOLS COUNTY. 

LSLL'SGHAM. 

Joseph T. Massey B. 

- - - ' - B. 

BBAJNTBEB. 

GeorgeDaland (South) B. 

— —Ryan (South) B. 
Dennis Powers (So.) C. T. 
Jonas Perkins (East) C. T. 
Richard S. Storrs C. T. 

BR Of) KLINE. 

T. B. Hay ward NewJera- 

salem Church 
J. M. Finotti R. C. 

M.M.Smith C.T. 

John S. Scone E. 

B. 
Frederick II. Hedge C. U. 



COHASSBT. 

T. Spilsted (North) M.E. 

Joseph Osgood C. U. 

Frederick A. Reed C.T. 



Samuel B. Bah rock E. 

Ebenezer Burgess C.T. 

- - - (W.) B. 
Moses M.ColburrnS.) C.T. 
W. Pentecost M. E. 
Alviin Lam-'On C. IT. 
Calvin S. Locke (W.)C. U. 
Wm. C. Patterson (E.) B. 

A. R. Abbott (So.) Uv. 

- - - - R.C. 

DOR.CH ESTER. 

Stephen G. BulSnch C.XJ. 
Ralph W. Allen M.E. 

Edward L. Drown E. 

Nathaniel Hall C. U. 

Amos Binney(Nepon.)ME. 
Kerjry F. Lane B. 

James H. Means C. T. 

Richard Pike C.U. 

B. W. Barrows (Xep.) B. 
Theo.T. Munger C.T. 
J. T. Peace M. E. 



Ralph Sanger 
Edw'd G. Barker S 



C.T. 
U. 
B. 



I-OMBOr.O . 



CANTON. 

George W, llervey 

K. H. Chamberlain 
Henry Jewell 



B. 

C. U. 

Uv. 

R. C. 



N.S.Dickinson C.T. 

Isaac Smith B. 

N. C. liodgon Uv. 

Warren Bird Swed. 

M.E. Wright , M.E. 

FRANEXIN, 

S'atnnel Hyatt C. T. 

An drew N.Adams Lv. 

A. Lyman C. T. 

MEDWELD. 

Solon W. Hush C. U. 

Andrew Bigeiow C. T. 

J. W. Lath; op B. 



Jacob lae (West) C. T. 
E. C Mess"naer (W.) B. 
David Sanford (Vili.) C.T. 
Jacob Roberts (East) C. T. 
- Uv. 
S. Jackson (West) M. E. 



Edwin Leonard C.T. 

John H. Morison C. U. 

Albeit K.Teele C.T. 

XEEDKAM. 

E.S. Atwood C.T. 

J. S. Barry C. U. 

i. R. 1 iker C. T. 

F. A. WUlard B. 
L. R. Eastman (East) C.T, 



QVINCY. 

E. 

- C. T. 
Wm.H.Knapp C. U. 

- - R.C. 
T. W. Tucker M. E. 

S. Pushing M.E. 

Quincy Whitney Uv. 

RANDOLPH. 

- Uv. 

(East) C. T. 

- C.T. 
Ezekiel Russell (East)C. T. 

Benjamin Wheeler B. 

A. L. Roche R. C. 



ROXBTTRY, 

Alfred P. Putnam 
Thomas D. Anderson 
Patrick O'Beime ^ 
Edward Delahanty ) 
George Putnam 
Wm. H. Ryder 
Aug. C. Thompson 
Gilbert Haven, Jr. 
John Way-land 
H. Leibhard Ger. 
Hiram Hutehins 
John O. Means 

SHARON. 

Charles C. Sewall 
L. R. Phillips 

STOUGKTON. 
J. W. Dennis 
Thos. "Wilson 

Moses Chase 
Wm. Leach (E ) 
- (North) 

W ALP OLE. 

John M. Merrick 
Edwin S. Ees^ (S.) 



C.U. 
B. 

R. U. 

C. ul 
Uv. 

C.T. 

M.E. 

E. 

M.E. 

c.t". 



c. u. 

B. 
C.T. 



Ur. 

C T. 

M. E. 

B. 

M. P. 



C.U. 
M.E. 
C. T. 



WEST KOXBCRY. 

Thomas Laurie C. T. 
Heiuan Liueoln B. 

Wm. R. Babcoek E. 

- C.U. 

Alonzo H. Quint C. T. 

Edmund B. Wilson C. U. 

WEYMOUTH. 

C. W. Mellen Uv. 

Josh Emerr, Jr. (N.) C.T. 
Stephen S.Hayes (S) C. T. 
Elmer Hewett (South) Uv. 

E. S. Potter (East) 51. P: 
NathT Bern is (East) M. E. 
Samuel L. Rockwood C. T. 
.las. P. Terry (South) C. T. 
Levi A. Abbott B. 

WRENTUAM. 

F. Davis (North) C. T. 
Wm. L. Ropes C.T. 

Tulle r Uv. 

John Allen (North) B. 

- - - S. A. 
Gideon W. Cole (Shel- 
donville) B 



CHURCHES AND CLERGYMEN. 



103 



T I 



PLYMOUTH COUNTY. 

AB2JS 3TON. 

Jeremiah Chaplin (East) B. 
;.i*cph Pettee Swed. 

|{. 1). Walker (East) C. T 
■• red. R. Abbe C. T. 

ImucC. White (N.) C. T. 
- (South) B. 

Robinson (East) M. E. 

Varnum Lincoln Uv. 

II. L. Edwards (S.) C. T. 
EC. P. Satchwell (So.) M. E. 

ERIDGEWATER. 

David Brigham C. T. 

- C. T. 
Thos. P. Rodman Sued 

E. 
John J. Putnam C. U. 

CARTER. 

Wm. C. Whitcomb, C. T. 
B. 

PImy Brell M. P. 

- CTy. 

DTJXBUET. 

Josiari Moore C. 

- - - (W.)M. E. 

George W atson M. E. 

John N. Collier M. E. 

EAST ERIDGEWATER. 

vO-c;»h H. Phipps C. IT. 

Basils Sarjdford C. T. 

f. O. Paine Swed, 

Taiio B. Wilcox C. T. 

■--•..- Uv. 

Carlos Ban sing M, E. 

- M, E. 

HALIFAX. 

- Uv. 
Timothy G. Brainard C. T. 

B. 

TUNOVSIi. 

Samuel Cutler E. 

J. Freeman C. T. 

Jacob Tuck B. 

- C. T. 

HAN$ON\ 

- Uv. 
Joseph Hutchinson (So.) B. 
Andrew B. Foster C, T. 

HIKOHAM. 

Erosions Partridge Uv. 
1 en<>?.er P. Dyer C. T. 
"•new A. Loo'tnis M. E. 
• 'h Richardson ) n ~ 
Culvin Lincoln \ c - h ■ 

)'■ . I Clarke (So.) C. U. 
J Idsoa p, 

- cu! 

HI' I.E. 

"' ; hen Puffer ' M. E. 

KINGSTON. 

1 iron Qfxworth C. T. 

'^•-- B. Wiliiams B. 

- C. U. 

tAKEVILLB. 

A : -' tstineRoot (Pre. 
-• •■"■•') C.T. 



TheophilusBrown Ch. 

- F. B. 
.... b. 

B. 

MARION. 

L. U. Britton, M. P. 

Le.*nder Cobb C. T. 

James E. Bruce Uv. 

MARSH FIELD. 

Ebenezer Alden, Jr. C. T. 
B. 

- M. P. 
Robert Gould M. E. 

- - - C. T. 

George Leonard C. U. 

Sereno Howe B 

- Uv. 

E. 

MATTAPOISETT. 

William L. Parsons C. T. 

B. S. Batcheller Ch. 

Joseph Crehore Uv. 

One Society of Friends. 

MIDDLE RORO'. 

E. Little (Titicut) C. X. 
Israel Warburn (Fall 

Brook) M. E. 

EW. Barrows M. E. 

J. F. Bigelow B. 

Isaiah C. Thatcher (4 

Corners) C.T. 

Israel W. Putnam C. T. 
Samuel Richardson B. 

P. R. Russell (Rock) B. 

- Uv. 

NORTH BRIDGEWATER. 
Paul Couch C. T. 

B. 
Warren Goddard Swed. 
John Cooper M. E. 

Chas. W. Wood (So.) C.T. 
Charles L. Mills ' C. T. 
Azariah B. Wheeler 

(Northwest) M. E. 

A. P. Cleverly Uv. 

J. B. McNulty R. C. 

PEMBROKE. 

Wm. M. Bicknell C. U. 
J. us. B. Weeks M. E. 

One Society of Friends. 

PLYMOUTH. 

D. H. Babcock C. T. 

E.K.Colby M. E. 

Nathan Clark Ch. 

Robert B. Hall E. 

James Kendall ) n T . 

Edw. Henry Hall ? L " u ' 
Nathan B. Bouchard £. T. 

- C.T. 
Russell Tomlinson Uv. 

- C. T. 

- S. A. 
Benj. A. Edwards B. 

PLVM.PTOX. 

Josiah Ballard C. T. 

- Uv. 

ROCHESTER. 

- M. P. 
Isaac Briggs (North) C. T. 
Eu W. Harrington C. T, 



- C.T. 

O. L. Smith Ch. 

Geo. P. Pierceon M. E. 
Jas. M. Mayall M. 

8CITUATE. 

Fiske Barrett C. U. 

Wm. Leonard M. E. 

Timothy C. Tingley B. 

- (North) C.T. 

SOUTH SCITUATB. 
L. L. Record Uv. 

Caleb Stetson C. U. 

L. Harlow M. E. 

WARE HAM. 

Homer Barrows C. T. 

LawtonCady M.E. 

B. 

WEST BRIDGEWATER. 

Ira Bailey C. U. 

S. Benton (Cocheset) M. E. 

B. 

- Swed. 



WORCESTER COUNTY. 

ASHBUENHAM. 

Thos. Boutelle C. T. 

Asa Barnes C. T. 

Pliny Wood M. E. 

ATKOL. 

i D. C. O. Daniels C. U. 

J. D. Reed B. 

! John F. Norton C. T. 

j L. Fish (Depot) M. E. 

At' BURN. 



- C. T. 



BARRE. 

i C. L. Eastman M. E. 

Geo. Denhain C. T. 

- C. U. 
j M. G. Kimball Free Ch. 
j Lorenzo Tandy B. 

BERLIN. 

Wm. A. Houghton C. T. 
J. Goodwin M. E. 

BLACK-STONE. 

Luther Wing (Mill- 
viile) R. M. 

W.V. Morrison (Mill- 

ville) M. E. 

E. B. Sheridan R- C. 

A. B. Goodrich . Epis. 

- F. B. 
C.T. 

- C. T. 
Friends. 



Thos. E. Bliss 
One Societv of 



Joseph H. Uiles 
Taos. T. Stone 



B. 

C. U. 

Friends. 



BOYLSTON. 

Win. Murdoek 



C.T. 



BROOSFIELD. 

I.K.Bragg C.T. 

R. D. Burr C. U. 

R. O. Putney (East) 



T. J. Abbott 



Uv. 
BI. B. 



10-4 



MASSACHUSETTS REGISTER. 



charlton. 

John Haven 
Dan 'I Dorch* ster 
Luciu3 Holmes 

CLINTON. 

¥m. J. Pomfret 
Chas. M. Bowers 
J art a M. Heard 
W. W. Winchester 
J. Boyse 

DANA. 

John Keep 

G. E. Chapman 



DOUGLAS. 
G. B. Richardson 



HUBBAEDSTON. 

C. T. I Cyrus W. Allen C. T. 

M.E. Nath'l II. Martin M. E. 

Uv. 



AU. ti, 

B 

C. U, 
C. T 
II. C 



A. S. Ryder 

LANCASTER. 
Geo. M. Bartol 



C. U. 



C. IT. 
C. T. 



OXFORD. 

Horatio Bardwell C. T. 
Geo. Proctor Uv 

Daniel Wait M. E. 

C. M. Herring (North) B. 
- V - R. C. 



LEICESTER. 



J. W. P. Jordan 
B. N. Bullock 
John Nelson ) 
C. T. ' A. ^- Coolidge ) 
M* E; ! John H. Rou 

* uv! 



C. T. 
E 



G.W. Mansfield(E.) ? >T 
S. Leader \ M * 

J. L. Maynard (East) C. T. 

- - R.M. 
- C. T. 

- (Manehaug) B. 

- ~ - F. B. 

- Friends. 



DUDLEY. 

Joseph Barber 
Henry Pratt 
Daniel Atkins /, 

PITCKBURG. 
E. Davis 
E. Turpi n 
Kendall Brooks 
A. W. Bruce 
Burtis Judd 
Alfred Emerson 
Win. P. Tilden 



Uv. 

c.t! 

M. E. 



C. T. 



M. E. 
W. M. 

C T. 

E. 

E. 

- C.U. 

- R. C. 



LEOMINSTER. 
J. W. Backus C T. 

Stephen Barker C. U. 

John Middleton M. E 

B. 

- R. C. 



PAXTON. 

Wm. Phipps, Jr. 

PETERSHAM. 

Charles Kendall 
John Shepardson 
Seth Saltmarsh 

PH1LLIP3T0N. 

Wm. B. Tnulmin M. E. 
Samuel W. Barmrm C T. 



C T. 



C.T. 

B. 

C.U. 



LUNENBTJRa; 

James Thurston 
Wm. A. Ma ml oil 
Win. P. Blackiner 

MENDON. 
Stilman Barber 
John E. Rounds 



C.U. 
C. T. 
M. E. 



C.U. 
M. E. 



PRINCETON. 

A. S. Dobba 
Wm. T. Briggs - 

ROYALSTON. 

E. W. Bollard 
Silas Kenny (West) 
E. Seabrey (South) 
A. Gould (South) 



M.E. 

C. T. 

B. 



C.T. 

B. 

C. T. 

m. e. 

B. 



GARDNER. 

Richard K.Ashley 
John C. Paine 
^Oi. W. Ikuly 

GRAFTON. 

Thos. C. Bsscoe 
"Wm. G Scandlin 
J. J. Woodbury (N. 

E. Village) 
John v CI '-'- 
J. M, Roekwood (X. 

b. \ illage) 
W.F-Mallaiieu (Cen- 
tre) 

HAEDWICK. 

Porter Vinton 
Mart} n T upper 
Geo. J. Sanger 



MIL FORD. 

R. C | Patrick Cuddihy R. C. 

B. I j. K. Johnson Uv. 

Uv. •] j. M. Bailey M.E. 

M. E. j Leonard Wakefield M. 

C T. ! James X. Woodbury C.T. 

C. U. j H. G. Hubbard B. 
C T. | Adin Ballou 

MIILBURY. 

B. j Edmund Y. Garrette C. T. 

C.T. iLewwJessup . C.T. 

C. T. ; -.-.(:. T . 

j B. F. Green SITE. 

| li. S. 1 nomas B. 

C T E. S. Sheridan R. C. 

C.U. J- Barber (Westj B. 



RUTLAND, 

Andrew Baylies M. E, 

Clarendon Waite C. T. 

SHREWSBURY. 

Daniel K. Bannister M. E. 

MeGinley C.T. 

- ' - Uv. 

SOUTHBORO'. 

"Wm. J. Breed C.T. 

Chas. Ayers B. 

- - - - C.U. 

SOUTHBRIDGE. 

Eber Carpenter C. T. 

Ichabod Ma rev M. E. 

S. S. Parker ' B. 

W. W, Wilson Uv. 

Union, 

li.C. 

- C.U, 



M. E. 
B. 

B. 



NEW BRAINTREJ 

John If. Gurney 



C. T. 



NORTH BOBO 

Joseph Allen ? 
M.E. j T. B. Forbush ) 
i Samuel S Ashley 

I Silas. Rinley- 
M. E. ! 
q s : nortrltudge. 

C.U! 1 Ceo. B. Saffi rd C.T.I 

Union j Lewis F. Clark C. T. i 

j Geo. W. Mansfield 

(Whiuusviiiej M. E. 
C. T. i Friends. ! 

c. u. i ! 

NORTH HRPORFIELD. i 



C. u. 

C. T. 
B. 



SPENCER. 

Stephen G. Do ad 
B. Otherman 

STERLING. 

Gilbert Bobbins 



C. T. 

M. E. 
B. 



C. T. 

B. 

C. U. 



HARVARD. 

John Dodtre 

Wm. A. Whitwell 

Wm. Leonard B. [ 

Community of Shakers. ! Thomas Sue ) ,-, T 

- - - -M. E". I CCushir t! )S U ' r 

Quincy Whitney Uv. John W. C did-e M.E. 

hcldex. Wm.H.Becchcr C.T. 

- S. A. j OAKHAM. 

Wm. P. Paine C. P. j James Ki b; II C. T. 

Jasiab II. Tilton B. j . . . . >t k 

----- u. e. ; . . . . • b. 



ST URB RIDGE. 

W. B. Olds (Fiskdale)M.E. 
Sumner G. Clapp C. T. 

SUTTON. 

Spaulter ( Wilkin- 
son vilfe) E. 
Willard Fuller F. B. 

N.S. Spalding (Centre ) M.E. 

Geo. Lyman (Centre; C. T, 

Justus A IdTeh B. 
John S. ll irridan 

(Manchflug.) B. 
M. N. Cuinndngs 

(Manehaiifr) ' B. 

James Williamson P. 



CHURCHES AND CLERGYMEN. 



105 



TEMrtETOX. 
n^ranl Bushnell t ,. Uv. 
A. V. Diwiock (Bald- 

ivinviUe) B. 

a . ■ . _ c. t. 

i' ■; .r'-< s Wellington ? p tt 
E.tj. Adams (colL) J 

- M.E. 

XTl'TON - . 

Andrew J. Willard C. T 
Geo. S.Bali C. U. 

CXHR1.0GE. 

! . >J. Abbott C.T. 

! i isuel Clarke C. U. 

K. J- Sheridan R.'.C. 

J. \V. Russell. B. 

Friends. 

WABBEN. 

S. S. Smith C.T. 

D ivid Sherman M. E. 

C. A. Bradley Uv. 

WKBSTES. 

- C. T. 
JajneaUnaja R. C. 

■}. L. Haiiaibr'd H. E. 

James L. A. Fish B. 



WESTBOROCGH. 

Luther H. Sheldon C. T. 

- c. u. 

0. R. Fassett S. A. 
A. N. Arnold B. 
J. C. Cromack M. E. 

Vv'EST BOYLSTON. 

Joseph W. Cross C. T. 

1. B. Bifitelow (Oak- 

dale) M. E. 

Geo. R. Darrow B. 

- C. U. 

WEST BROOTiFIELD. 

- C. T. 

T. J. Abbott M. E. 

Jesse Pehnimaa P. E. 

WESTMINSTER-. 

Uv. 

Uv. 

Asa Merriam B. 

Marcus Ames C. T. 



Abi 



P. Marvin 



Benj. F. Clark 



C. T. 

B. 
C.T. 

c.u. 



WORCESTER. 

John G. Adarr^s X 

I. Horsford (Hospital) C 



J. Boyce 

Merrill Richardson 

Chester Field 
J. D. E. Jones 
Daniel W. Faui.ce 
J. J Powers 



WINCHENDON, 



( W. J. Hambletpa 



B. 

M.E. 



I Rush R. Ship.pen 
Alonzo Kill 
Horace James 
Samuel Kelley 
Albert C. Patterson 
Seth Swetser C. 

H. L. Way land 
J. N. Mars 

E. Cutler C 

- (Mission Chapel} C 
One Society of Frier 
It. J. Leonard Ger. Ev 
Daniel T. Taylor Adv, 
J. H. Morrissey R, 



SUFFOLK COUNTY. 



Names of Churches 



Pastors. 



i 'i i First Baptist Church... 

17 io Second Baptist Church. 

18 : .- African Baptist Church 
IS 7 Charles st. Baptist Ch.. 
. 1" 11 »we Street Bap. Ch.. . 
■■ '• ' -S mtU B ip( ist Church. . 

S 1'remont St. B ip. Ch. . . 
Iftll B iwdoin Sq. Bam Ch.. 
'-: Central Sq. Baptist Ch. 
S-!\»'V< Inion B iptist Church.. 
1*1/ .'> ist in B iptist Bethel.. 
J-M-S Bw Kth Baptist Church 
i: ' ■ I'hirteerith Bap. Church 



17 




est Chi 


irch . . 


U 


>1 Fi 


rst Chr 


istian Church. 


I 





A Sout 


i Church .... 


1 H 

1 • 




irk Str< 
hi up ( 


et Church .... 
Essex St. Ch.. 

St Chare!:.... 



Fine Street Church .... 

Mariners' < Ihurch 

Cm if <: Church 

vlavcrick Church 

\F unt Wrnon Church. . 



Somerset street.. 
(Baldwin place. .. 

Joy street 

Charles street.. . . 
Be<if 'd,e:Chn'ney 
Broadway, S. B. . 
Mar. av. c. Harv'd 
iTretnont Temple. 
'Bowdoin square. 
Central sq. E. B. 
Meirimac street. 
Lewis, c. Co mini 
Sou'thac street. . . 
Dover, c. Wash.. 

Lynde street 

Tyler, c. KneePd 

Wash. c. Milk... 

P-irk, c. Treraont 
.Essex, c.Cha'ncy 
Broadway, S. B.. 
Bowdoin street. . 
Sai'ia.c. N. Ben't 
Wash. c. Pine.. • 
Summer, c. Fed'J 
Winter street.. . . 

East Boston 

A -.hour ton place. 
Br Kulway. S. B.. 



... I 



;;:.■ 



. srst Church .. 

ud Church 

"itone Chapel 

i ' iU --:;' l Chu ch.. 

■*«» North Church 

a c.v South Church 



icy strcu. . 
Bedford street. -- 
L'i'ciii't. c S hoo! 

Hanover street.. . 
Summer.c. Bcd'd 



B 

B 

B 
B.'.'.Y. 

B 

B 

Cong. 

Chris 

C. T. 

C. T.. 
C. T.. 
C. T.. 
C. T„ 
C. T.. 
C. T. 
C. T.. 
C. T.. 
C. T.. 
C. T.. 
C. T.. 
C. '1 .. 

c. u . 
c. u. 
c. u. 
c. u. 
c. u. 
c. u. 



■ Rollin H. Neale.. 

; James Belcher 

I 

! John C. Stockhndge .. 

. ; Baron Stow 

. John Duncan.. 

. | Daniel C. Eddy 

, IsaacS Kalloch.. 

i J. N Murdoch ... 

. T). M Crane 

. | Phineas Stowe 

. ; Leonard A. Grinn s.« . . 
.P. S. Evans 

I ^ Charles Lowell 

'J (Cyrus A. Bartol .... 
. : Edward Edmunds .... 

; v George W. Biagdpn. 
"I 1 Jacob M. Manning.. 

.! Andrew I.. St me 

.1 N'ehemiah Adams. ... . 
. Charles S. Porter 

J George W. Field , 

.| Henrv M. Dexter 

.1 Elijah Kellogg 

.; George Richards 

. : T. N". Haskell 

. ; Edward N, Kirk ...... 

. Charles Smith 

. . Chandler RobUins .... 



,! 1SH7 

; ISoS 

| 18o3 
, ; IMS 
,.! 1856 
L3.5G 
18 oo 
, IS58 



80S 

s [~> 
S :s 



is." 



O'.'O 

S57 

•S49 
834 



1836 
1819 
1855 
1845 
1858 
IS 12 

1853 

IS53 
1833 



Samuel K. Lothrop ... 18 *4 

Arthur B. Fuller . 1853 

Orville Dewev 18o7 



106 



MASSACHUSETTS REGISTER. 







Location. 



1727 Federal Street Church.. 
1732 Hollis Street Church... 
1819 ; Hawes Place Church... 
1822 Buliinch Street Church. 
1825 Twelfth Cun<;. Church. . 

1825 Thirteenth Con?. Ch... 

1826 Pitts Street Chapel .... 

1327. South Con?. Church 

183o Warren Street Chapel.. 
1830 Suffolk Street Chapel ..' 

1841 Ch. of the Disciples ! 

1815 28th Consjrega. Society. : 
1846 East Boston Church I 

| Broadway Church 

JHanover st. Chapel .... 
1857 Canton st Church 

[Washington Vill. Chapel 
1722 Christ Church !..• 

1734Trinity Church 

ISIS St. Matthew's Church.. 
1820,St, Paul's Church 

1829:St, Stephen's Chapel--. 

1829J Grace Church 

1843 Church of the Messiah.. 
1844 1 Church of the Advent.. 

1S15 Seamen's Chapel 

1846 St. John's Church 

1 Sol. St. M ark's Church 

18-52, St. Mary's Church...*.. 
1843 Free-Will Bap. Church. 
1839|Geraian Evangel. Luth. 
1840:Gecman Evan?. Church 
184- Synagogue of Israelites. 
jSyn igogue of Israelites. 

1833 Zlon'Church 

1S4S Bethel Church.... 

1792i First M eth. Edw. Ch... 
1806 Second Meth. Epis. Ch. 
1818 Methodist Episcopal Ch, 
1S28 Bethel Church.... 

1834 L'hird Moth. F-is. Ch.. 
1839 fourth Meth. Epis, Oh. 
IS4UJl r ifth Meth. Epis.Ck... 
1S40 Sixtit Meth. Epis. Ch... 
1846 Heading Meth, Fipis.Ch 
1853 Eighth Meth. Epis. Ch. 
18411 First Ass. lief. Pres. Ch. 
1853 John Knox's Church . . . 
1855 Reformed Pres. Church. 
1S53 MeridianStreet Church. 
1664 Friends' Meeting House 



Fed'!, c. C'nan'g. C. 

Hollis street C. 

South Boston... C. 
Bulfinch street.. |C. 
Chnmb's, c. Alien C. 
Harr. av. c. Beach C. 

Pitts street C. 

Wash'n, c. CastlejC. 
Warren street. .. jC. 

Shawmut av C. 

Indiana place.... C. 

Music Hail |C. 

[East Boston C. 

[Broadway ....... C. 

Hanover street. . C. 
'Canton street... 1C. 
Washing'n viU'ge:C. 
Salem street.... jE., 

Si!m'r,c. HawleylE.. 

; Broadway, S. B..E.. 
jTrem't, n. Winter E., 



.! Ezra S. Gannett.... 
. Thomas Starr King 
.1 Thomas Dawes .. .. 
. William R. Alger.. 
. i Samuel Barrett .... 



1824 




1S4S 


I 


1854 


8 


38.55 


I 


1825 


1 



.' Samuel H. -Winkley ..; 
.] Edward E. Hale ...... 

.! Charles F. Barnard ...: 
. Samuel 13. Cruft 

. I James Freeman Ciarke| 
. j Theodore Parker. .....; 

. ! Warren H. Cudwurth .i 



1846 
1856 

1336 
1845 
1841 
1S46 
1S52 



, E. J. Gerrv ; 1858 

. Geo. II. Hepworth ! 1857 

. Edmund Squire, I 1857 

| William T. Smithett. . . | 1851 
i { Manton Eastburn ...I 
'i > John Cotton Smith .. 1852 
. Joseph H. Clinch ! 1838 



Purchase street, , ; E 



uf5 



1 emple street.. . ; 
Florence street.. 
Green street...., 
Commercial st . . 
Paris, c. Decatur 
Concord street.. 
Richmoud street. 
2v Bennet street. 
Shawmut avenuei 
Shaw't, n. Pieas't 

73 Warren 

Pleasant street. . 
West Centre st-.: 

W. Centre 

Hanover street. . 
Bromfield street.. 
Revere street.. . . 

Morth square. ... 

Church street.... 

N Rus.=eil street 
D street, &. B.... 

Mt ridian s?..E.B. 
Shawmut av... . . 

B ; ning ton. ..... 

i i Summer... . . . 

Freeman place.. 
Province street.. 
Meridian street.. 
Milton place.... 



E. 




E. 




F. 


W. 


G. 


L. 


G. 


P. 


P. 


J. 


G. 


J. 


M 




M 




M 


E 


M 


E. 


M. 


E. 


M 


V 


\r 


T.' 


M 


>'. 


M 


E 


M 


E 


M 


E 


\[ 


E 



S E. M. P. Wells . 
/ Edward A. Reno 
Charles Mason . .. 
George M. Randall 

M. P. Stickney 

John Irwin 

Samuel J. Evans. . 
Cvrus F, Knight. . . 
J." P. Robinson ... 
F. W. Straight.... 

Mr. Ubelacher 

Louis B. Seh-warz . 

B. E. Jacob 

Joseph Schoninger 



John W. Dadurun. .... 
Lorenzo R. Thayer.... 

Thomas Freeman 

Edward T. Taylor .... 
Converse L ; McCurdy, 

Henry W. Warren 

' Moses A. Howe 

William R. Bagnall... 

Gershom F. Cox , 

T. Wiilard Lewis 

Alexander Biaikie..... 



1844 

1848 
1345 
1853 



1857 
1857 
1851 
1358 
1S57 

18.58 
1856 



1858 
1857 
1828 

1853 
1S57 
Ib57 
1858 
1858 
1858 
1817 



1788 Cathedral of Holy Cross Franklin street.. R. C. 
17SS Chapel of Holy Cross ..Franklin street.. R. C 

lS36St. Mary's Church EnCicott street.. R C. 

i ; ! 

1837St. Patrick's Church ... Northampton St., R, C. 

1344 \ £ h - ?{ ? £ ' T etcr ' ?*• I Broadway, S. bJr. C. 
; ( Paul & dt-Augustine j 

1844 St. John's Church Moon street... ;.[r. C. 

1844 Ch. of the Holy Trinity Suffolk street.. .. R. C. 

,«,.] { Ch. <•{ St. Nicholas. .. East Boston R. C. 

lb44 ;?Ch.ofHolyRedeemer.i '• " |ll.C 

T840St. Vincent de Paul's... ,'Purchase street.. R C„ 



i H. II. Johnson.. ...... 

j 

; ( John B.Fitzpatrick... 

| j James A. Healy 

j 1 Hilary Tucker ...... 

| [ Patrick Rogers 

, M. Moran 

i f John E. McEiroy... 

1 J Bernardin Wiget....| 
,; } Livy Vigilante. j 

- { L. Kocottbrt.... 
, ! Thomas Lynch.. . 

! r Patrick Lyndon 
. ^Thos. MclNulty 

< (John Flattely.. 

i C George F. Haskins.. 
,| < John W. Donahoe .. 

I (.Charles Renoni 

! \ John B. Cattani 

" } Roger Deitz 

.'■ «) James Fitton... 

. ! I Patrick Healy 



1856 

1840 
1855 
1852 



■* 1857 



PHYSICIAiSS, 



10' 



Names of Churches. 



Dei 



Pastors. 



IS-53 

1313 
I*i2 
LS43 
L>5 
1316 
IS'Jti 
133-i 
1S-10 
tS-;2 



Jam* 



Harvard, c. Alb'yR. C 



Ch. of Guardian Angel (Cambridge street 
New Jerusalem Church Uowdoin street.. 
Ch. of the Ad ventists... Hudson, c. K.n'1'd 
Ch. of the Adventists ...Chapman Hall... 
First Universalist Ch... Hauo'r.c. Bennet 
Second Univ.. Church- . . khool sue^t.... 
Fourth Univer. Church. Broadway, S. B.. 



Fifth Univer. Church 
Sixth Univer. Church., 
union Evangelical .... 



Varren street.. . 
Webster, E. B... 
Jenmntrton St.. . 



:r.c 

iSwed. 
|S. A. 

S. A., 

iC ... 

u ... 
u ... 
;L T . E. 



: ^ Johni J.Wliiams....: 1S;7. 

' I McCarty j 1859 

..'Hilary Tucker j 

..Thomas Worcester....] 1828 

.. Joshua V. Hiraes 1842 

.. I Miles Grant I 1855 

..(Sebastian Streeter .... 1824 

... Alonzo A. Miner 1843 

.. Wm. W. D an IS55 

. . jThomas B. Thayer ISoT 

..',J. W. Talbot 13-57 

..iLuraan Bovden. , j 



CF2LSEA, NORTH CHELSEA, AND *WIVrHROP. 



Names of Churches. 



Location. 



Faster;*. 



i-^n First Baptist Church.,. 
IS-'iS First Unitarian Church. 
LS-J-) Park st. M.E. Ch...... 

1341 Chestnut st. Cong. Ch.. 

mil St. Luke's Church 

1N4J First Universalist 

1849 Catholic Church 

1851] Broadway Cons'. Ch.... 
m:; Mt.BeilJBgaamM.E.Ch. 

L855 Spiritualist . 

185G Plymouth Church 

: St. An drew'.-; Church . . . 

North Chelsea Con^.Tr. 

North Chelsea ConCUn. 
iWinthropM. E. Ch 



Broadway 

Hawthorn street 
Park street..... 


B 

Ic.u.... 

jM. E.... 


Chestnut ....,,. 
Broadway ...... 


CT 

.Id 


Chestnut street. 


;uv 


Cottage street.. 
Broadway 


a. c... 

C. T.... 


Bellingham st. . 
Fremont Kail . . 
Citv Hall 


|M. E... 
! C. T.... 


Haw thorne stree 
North Chelsea.. 
Nonh Chelsea.. 
Winthrop 


IE 

iC T.... 
|C. u ..., 
IME 



i Alanson P. Mason.....; 

Charles B. Thomas....; 1355 

John H.'Twombly : 1357 

| Albert H. Plumb". j 1358 

Wm. S. Bartlett j 

' Chas. H. Leonard 

: Patrick Strain. 

j J oseph A. Copp ' 

I Abraham D. Merrill.... ISoS 

; Daniel F. Goddard 

| E. H. Nevin .... 1856 

I George D. Wildes ; 1&37 

I Joseph W. Tarl'on...-. i 

I Wm. O. Moselv ...j 1S57 

John M. Merrill I 



PHYSICIANS 



BAHXSTABI.E COUNTY. I Stone Jeremiah, Provincetown 

, i. x, . ,.- -i, . .. Whitney Isaiah, 

...en lanl vv Barnstaole Bachelder John, (Monument) Sandwich 

B W «E (Marston M-. Is) Harpur John, 

DoaneG.W. (Ixyanms) Leonard Jonathan. 

*.{Hyanms) " Thompson J. [homoeo.] 

■ ,l1 "-} I Gouch William B., 

| Newton* A. H., 

! Hagar Joseph M., 

Brewster j Hough D . C ., 

UnaOiarn i Stone Thomas N., 

I Pratt A.. 

' . | Russell Henrv, 

r>enn5S Shove George, 



Pitcher S., Jr., (Hyannis) 
S ruth I. B., 
Gould Samuel H., 
Br, wnell Nathan P., 
Carpenter E. W., 
kanforth Nathaniel B., 
Hurlbttrt E. M., 

N ' •■ Edward 0., 
-"wift Alfred, 

lips John, 
; ' "'■ William, 
' vie J. II., 
hirers Moses, 

fc*JpelB., 
:' -■,• Franklin, . 
*ratt J. G., 
v " t*on John, 

■ ■■ fimuthy, 
■ •■' John L , 
l *bie Stephen A., 



WVildect 

(South) "i arm mth 
(Port) 



;: i 



BKRKSHIRK COUNTY. 

(Nor'.h) Adams 



Eastham I Babbitt N. S., 
Falmouth, j Barker John L., 

Brisgs S. N., [botanic] (North) " 
I Harvey A., "■ 

I: iwkcs F-. S., 
Harwich j Holmes EL M., 
! Lawrence G. C, 

| Phillips H. P.. (North) ■' 

Orleans | Sheppardson Noah, [botanic] " 

-' Tyler William H., (North) " 

Provincetown | Starkweather E. P., Becket 

»« Wheeler Elbridge G., " 



108 



MASSACHUSETTS REGISTER. 



Bliss G. Alberts. 
Bowker Alonzo M., 
Cole Lan >ing J., 
Ferre Henry, 
Smead Samuel, 
Bet-be Richard, 
Van Deuscn Harlow, 
Tefft E W., [botani 
Cass Jonathan, 
Collins T. Clarkson, 
Parks W. H., 
Pickett Noble B., 
Mann G. K.. 
Kit redge B F., 
Williams Eiisha, 
Griswo:d R. G., 
Pratt Henry, 
GiiTord John B., 
Hbloomb CiitfbrdC, 
Judd Judson, 
Leonard John M., 
Peahody Daniel, 
Whiting J.B., 
Wright Eiiphalet, 
Demins William, 



Cheshire 

Dalton 
Egremont 

Florida 

Great Barriugton 



Hancock 
Hiusdale 



Lanesboro' 
Lee 



Lenox 



TicknorA. P., 


Monterey 


AVr.ire Leland, 


IJ^ew Ash ford 


Pease Seth, 


New Marlboro' 


Rising Julius A.-, 


•< 


Spelman II. K., 


Otis 


Kittredge John, 


Peru 


Allen A N\, 


Pittsfield 


Bail v Charles, 


«• 


Brewster J. M., 


<( 


Brewster 0. E., 


»< 


CadvF. A., 


<( 


Cbrlds Henry K., 


" 


Childs Timothy, 


<< 


Cloutrh Wiilard, 


♦» 


Cole Harvey, 




Jack-ou W. L., 


" 


Manoiaa 


<< 


Root 0.\8., 


<i 


Wilson N.J., 


« 


Waite Lorenzo, 


<« 


•■ ■ : ' - > iden, 


Richmond 


Baleh Ebencz<*r, 


SandisSeid 


Beach John C, 




Mel en Henry, 


«« 


Parsons Samuel C, 


•' 


Bowker Charles, 


Savov 


Kci! >ursr 6. R., 


Sheffield 


Peck Oliver, 


.. 


Scovill .John, 


»( 


Train Horace D., 


«< 


Ad mis L. S., 


Stoekbridge 


Reliey Joab, 


*» 


McAllister Charles, 


i« 


Warner Thomas J., 


i< 


Wilson John W., 


Tyrinsham. 


Dewey Luke, 


W. Stoekbridge 


Farrar W. P., 


" 


Leav t* Dudley, 


•i 


Newton S S 


it 


Rooi Edward B., 


«« 


Cn iiRtincsWm. EL. 


Williamstown 


1) mean s., 


• * 


S . in Henry L., 


ii 


Smith Andrew M., 


" 



! KISTOfc COrNTT. 

Br (* ••- John E., Attleboro' 

C,r enter lienoni, 

I ie« W„ 

Fuiien > •iiiusd, <» 

S tnfi ru" i'. Iw«xd, ** 

SolomOD. JaiUtS M,, •' 



Berkley 
Dartmouth 



Dighton 
Easton 

Fairhaven 
Fail River 



Mansfield 
New Bedford 
[hom'jeo.] *' 



Hathaway Shadrach, 

Oukes Thomas F , 

B irtlett Francis D., 

Cornish Theodore 0. 

Talbot Charles, 

Wood Alfred, 

Dean James, 

Deans Samuel, 

Swan Caleb, 

Swan George W. J., 

Atwood George, 

Fairchild Isaac, 

Aldnch James >E, 

Burden Lefavor H., 

Clarke John L., " 

Davis Robert T., u 

Dwelley Jerome, 4i 

Fiske Isaac, " 

Foley Michael, u 

Hartley James W., " 

H'oper Foster, " 

Learned Eben T., " 

Mari,sal Felix V., 

Priest M. L., 

Whittaker John B , 

Wilbur Amos C, u 

Braley Bradford, (East) Freetown 

Bump Thomas, (Assonet Yill.) " 

Comings A. G., ' " " " 

Nichols Thos. G., " 

Williams Seth P., 

Allen W. G., 

Perry W. F., 

Abbe E. P., 

Bartl.ett Lyman, 

Clark Henry B,, 

Clark J., 

Cornish Aaron, " 

Gordon W. A., " 

Hooper Frederick H., " 

Jennings Job:. HE., 

Learning Philip S., [botanic] " 

Mackie Andrew, * 4 

Mackie J. H., 

Mathes F., [homoeo.] " 

May new J.S., 

Roche Manning B., [homoeo.] " 

Siss.on Edward K., ,: 

Spare John, " 

Spencer C. L., [homoeo.] " 

Spooner Paul, '* 

SiickneyGD., 

Stearns. George W., " 

Stowe Samuel F., [botanic] i: 

Swasey Charles M., " 

Swasey J. N., " 

Sweet J., •" 

Tiittle Charles M., « 

Webster J. W., " 

Wilder Daniel, [homrco.j ** 

Rounds Ber j. M., [homoeo.] Norton 

Budlong James, Pawtu ket 

Gardner J.ihnson, " 

Gaylord Win. A., 

Mortori Llo\ '.. " 

Ii ay ward E lis ha, Raynhani 

Howe Charles ■ " 

Bullock Samuel, Rehoboth 

Randall George, ,; 

Randal! M. R., 

Aspinwall Thomas W., Seekonk. 

Sumner Esek P., 

I'liitiips (J., So;:. 

Wellington Jaraes L., Sw:n 

Barney Bildad, Taur.t u 

Barrows George, [honnx-j.] ,( 

Havlies Alfred, 

Burge Wm J.. 

Dawes Ebeuezer, .** 









PHYSICIANS. 



109 



D*an J. B., Taunton 

I rilinan F., " 
Harris C. \Y., 

Harris H., » 

II srris J. T., 

H owe Charles, il 

Hubbard II. B., 

J )ne s E. U., [homceo.] " 

lying D., 

Leonard George, " 

Murphy Joseph, «' 

Nichols J. D., «' 

Riley Thomas, " 

Sampson Ira, " 

Sampson & Howe, " 

Abbe B. H., Westport 

Gilford A. A. 

Handy James H., « 

Sisson Benjamin D., " 

DXTKES COUNTY. 

Brackett William T. S., Edgartown 

Lucas Ivorv H., " 

Mayberry Edwin Hi, " 

Pierce John, " 

Cleveland Daniel A., Tisbury 

Leach William, " 
Lues William II., (West) " 



E3SEX COUNT1 

Atkinson Benjamin, 

Atkinson Benjamin, Jr., 

Dearcorn H. S., 

Kurd Y. G., 

SparhaWk Thomas, 

Howctrth James, 

Kimball W. Ii., 

Tracy Stephen; 

Bovuen W. C, 

Haddock Charles 

Haunaford 'J. H. pxcrrnoeoJ 

Jones X.than, J 

Sw isey O. P., [dentist] 

ThorndiKe William, Jr., 

Torrev Augustus, 

Coijg^well Geor»e 

Caswell William, 

Chase Preston. M.. 

Grosvenei ©avid A., 

Hunt Ebenezer 

Osgo <d George, 

Snow Jesse W., 

Lanisnn Josiah, 

Couch 11. M„ 

Moody George, 

B irl er Joseph S., 

Davidso-n ii. E.. 

Dyer J. Franklin, 

Garland [Joseph, 

Hddreth Charles II., 

Wn Isa,icP., 

>V alter Joseph S., 

&p»ii =rd Jeremiah, 

Alien Daniel 6 

; ta I. E , ■ *' 

Crawcil John, Jr. 

t'lint K. adftil, « 

Gambeil William P., [homcEo.] 

W«»w Jamea C, •« 

iv-. ; ion Timothy «< 

'• v .i >y O. S.. " 

verier A. iv., [ec.Ie :ti ■: 

g aw yer Benjamin E., [homceo.] (i 

; '«h i.s., 

:,■■'■ •'» % J., [botanic] " 

'-•''■ s. rc w| « 

Ames J. N.,' [botanic) 
""^w Joseph E., 



Amesbury 
>< 

<( 

a 

Andover 
a 

Beverly 



Bradford 
Danvers 



Essex 

Georgetown 

Gloucester 



Groveland 
Hamilton 
Haverhill 



Ipswich 



Flitner Isaac T., 

Allen E. B.. 

Burleinh William H., 

Clark M. P., 

D-ma David, Jr., 

French A. J., [homoeo.) 

Garland George W., 

Hill Mary J.. '[midwife] 

Lamb Wm. D., 

Lougee Wm. II., 

Morse J. H., 

Ordway Aaron, 

Parant Joseph, 

Pike A. W.. Jr., [homceo.] 

Roberts Michael, 

Robinson E. L., [humor] 

Sargent Seneca. .. 

Schuyler Lucy S., [Indian] 

Stowe John, • 

Tewksbury Isaac, 

Adams Amos S M 

Brown Josiah, 

Clark James, [electic] 

Drew David F., 

Eastman E. P., 

Gallnupe Isaac F., 

Gnuld Abraham, 

Gove Hiram, 

H.-lder J. B., 

Newhall Asa T., 

Newhfdl Edward, 

Nye James M., 

Perley D »nieL 

Reuton John, 

Rogers R. S,, [botanic] 

Slocum William, 

True J. M., 

fveenan Thomas, 

Crafts D. M., 

Priest George A., 

Story Asa, 

Biaisdell Clark, 

Gile Daniel, 

Hopkins Joshua H., [dentis 

Whitteraore H. H. F., 

Young Samuel L., 

Grosveudr John M., 

Huse Stephen, 

Lbugee William H., 

Phelps E. §:, 

Piuinfner Daniel T., 

Root Martin, 

Atkinson Josiah, 

Moses Brown, 

Cross Enoch 

Dickens J .b T., [e. 

Flanders David 

Gde Stephen M , [homceo 

Howe Francis A., 

tngalls Lyndsay A., 

Johnson Jona. G., 

Keyser Samuel, [botanic] 

Pender Robert, 

Perkins Henry C, 

Sawver Jeremiah II., 

Sp« iford Richard S,, 

Til ton Junes A., 

Wyman Samuel W., 

Kittredge J., 

Strong Samuel, 

Abbott O. I)., 

Haskell Benjamin, 

Manning ■'' oseph, 

Herbert Richard, 

Proctor Charles, 

Pa-sett John A., [olnirvoy 

Charhc'e James, [Indian] 

Choate David, 

Cho itc George, 



Ipswich 
Lawrence 



Lynn 



(West) « 
(West) » 



(West) 



Lynnneld 
Manchester 



Marblehead 



Merhut 



Middl-toa 
JN'ewburv 



Newburvport 



eclectic] 
homoeo .1 



North Andover 
Rock port 

Rowley 
mtl Salem 



110 



MASSACHUSETTS REGISTER. 



Cox Benjamin, Jr., 
Firz Gerald Edward, 
Floto John II. . [homceo.] 
GersdoiffB., [homceo,] 

Han nan D. B.,. 
Harris Jerome, [homceo.] 
Johnson Samuel, 
Loring George B., 
Mack William, 
Fatten John R., 
Perkins G orge A., 
Pierson Edward B., 
Qui ni by Elisha, 
Quimby E. Hervey, 
Stone James, Jr., 
Stone H. O., 
Stone Lincoln R., 
Tuttle Kenrv C, 
Wallace Thomas, 
Wheatland EL, 
Wheatland Richard H., 
Wiedeman A., [homceo.] 
Williams William, 
Winsor Frederick, 
Wood J. G , [hornoeo.] 
Dearborn Cyras, 
Gale Josiah B., [homceo.] 
Slocumb William, 
Lord Samuel A., 
Osborne George, 
Osgood Joseph, 
Perkins D. C, 
Barstow F. 0., 
Alien Justin 
Merfiain Royal A., 
Alien Myron 0., 
Ambios - \>. L-, 
Appleton John, 
Robinson Dean, 



FRAN'EXIX CO ".NTT. 



Salem 



Salts! 



ary 



Saugus 

South Lanvcrs 



swampseott 
Topsfield 

Wenham 
;t Newbury 



iCnowltou Charles L., 


Ashfield 


Warren Joseph, 




Brooks John, 


Bernardston 


Dwight William, 


•« 


Trow Josiah, 


Bucktan'd 


Bates ^:- ; v;en, 


Charlemout 


Taylor A:H. s 


" 


Lyons Charles T., 


Coleraine 


Hamilton. E. D., 


Conway 


Hamilton Washington, 


<( 


Vh.ing D. T.. 


,t 


Eaton JacobS., (Sou 


h) Deerfield 


Porter R. >'.. 


«■ 


Wright Samuel G., 


Gill 


Dean Adams C, 


Greenfield 


Draper J., 


«* 


Fisk Charles S., [hot.] 


" 


Fisk Charles S., Jr., [hot.] 




Fisk 1>. 1)., [bot.] 


u 


Hovey Daniel, 


ir 


Osgood J. W, D., 


" 


Stone L, [homceo.] 


44 


Temple Cyrus, 


Heath 


Ri -f David, 


L*vtfr?tt 


Vining T. S , [eclectic] 
Bradford David. 


Lryden 


Montague j 


Cobb Am* Hi. [hot.] 


" 


Wright George, 


14 . 


Andrews Robert, 


New Salem i 


Andrews Foster, 


l 


Chanv* erlain Levi, 




Coi'lid^e James, 


*' i 


Hall Philip, 


Korthfield 1 


Mead Mai shall £.. 


w 


Stra'ton Elijah, 


1 


Barton Howard, 


Orange | 


Meacbum Hiram A., 



Rowe 
Shclburne (Falls) 



I Gould Humphrey, 

j Bement John W\, 
Bull George, •' 

Dun ran C. M., " 

Puffer C, «< (Falls) 

Severance M. S., [eclectic] " ' " 

Wilson Milo. ' » 

Trow Nathaniel G., - Sunderland 

Hill Gardner C, Warwick 

Bardwell Chester, 2d, Whateley 

Harwood Myron, ** 

Stacy Philemon, " 

HAMPDEN' COrXTY. 

Bell Cyrus (Feeding Hills) Agawam 
McCray Edwin, "" " 

Wright Silas P., 
Parsons Homer L., 
Chamberlain George 
Witter John, 



Blandford 

Brimfie'd 

Chester 

Chicopee 



(Falls) " 

Granville 
Holvoke 



Lor.gmeauow 



(East Parish) 



Ludlow 
3d on son 



Palmer 



Lucas H. S., . 

DeWolfT. K., 

Abell E. D., 

Alvurd Samuel, 

Denison George W 

Shepard R., [bot.] 

Smith Wm. G., 

Stickney P. L. B., 

Wilbur J. R., 

Chides ter B., 

Hoicombe Vincent, 

Johnson Joel W., 

Clark A. B., 

Long Lawson, (Ireland) 

Pierce Elbridge G., 

Spring Charles H., 

Underwood Porter, 

Chapman Thomas L., ' 

Hooker George 

Strickland Rial, 

Newton £1. C, 

Aiden W. B., 

Wood Robert, 

Cady Henry. 

Shaw Samuel, 

Smith Alvin, 

Towne J. W., 

Davis Am as' a, 

Holbroqk William 

King Aaron, 

Thomas J. B., 

Rockwell Joseph W 

Adams Nathan, 

BildenC. A., 

Breck W. G.. 

Bridgman William, «< 

Brown Wm. C, " 

Buzzell J. M.. 

Chaffee CaWin C, 

Church Jefferson, •« 

Collins II. A., [homtco.] 

Fitch W. L., 

Foster James M., »• 

Hooker John, •* 

Jaeo! s Horace, .» 

Lambert Alfred, »; 

McCrav Warren, " 

McLeain A. S , 

Otis George A., i* 

Owen V. L., 

Seegcr Edwin, •» 

Sin th David, 

Stra'sey Geo. W., [horctco.l - ' 

Tully William, ~ 

WilleH R., 

Smith John, • Wale* 

Abbott Jehi 1, Westrleld 

Asrirews George, [botanic] 



(3 Rivers) 

(Depot) 

(Centre) " , 
(Thorndtke) ,l 

Southwick 
Springfield 



PHYSICIANS. 



Ill 



Andrews J., [botanic] 
Holland Jarr.es, 
liobi :snn Millard, 

Snurtletf Simeon, 

Tucker George, 

Wooavine D. G., 

W.right Lucius. 

Bartholomew Hiram, 

Champion Reuben, 

Dowries Nathaniel, 

Uifofd Edward F., •* 

Bottom Abiel, ("South') Wiibraham 

Cadv Marcus " " 

Fosket S., (North) " 

fvibbe Gideon, * " 

Rice Jesse W., (North) u 



Westfield 



W. Springfield 



HAMPSHIRE COUNTY 

Smith Benj.F., 
Fish Seth, 
Taylor Israel E., 
Temple Theron, 
Thompson Horatio, 
Thomson George, 
Richardson John H., 
Gardner Benjamin, 
Gilfiiian Thomas, 
Jov Royal, 
Richarjd W., 
Stedraan Isaiah II . 
Clark Alherton, 
Green Francis C, 
Harrington Isaac, 
Peck Addison S., 
Rockwood Ebenezer H. 



Amherst 



Belehertown 



Chesterfi* 

Cummingi 



Id 



Easthampton 



Enfield 



j hydro, j 



[mbtorpathic] 

orence) f hydro ] 

[homceo.] 



Mile3 John M., Acton 

French Leonard, Ashbv 

Barrett William M., Ashland 

Jackson William, " 

Adams Abel H., Bedford 

Fletcher S. W., " 

Bickford Hezekiah E., Billerica 

Grey William, " 

Parker Daniel, " 

Braman Isaac G., Brighton. 

Mason Augustus, '* 

Whittemore James M., ** 
Wilkins Clark A., [Dentist] 

Aider. Jona. P. (Port) Cambridge 
Alien Charles II., 

Chase Hiram L., [honnvo.l " 



Wiiislow Joseph W., " 

Marsh L. E.. Granby 

Goodale Jonathan W., Greenwich. 

Boaney Fran kiln, H a d 1 ey 

Gittnan Noah, Hatfield 

Bell William 0., Huntington 

Church James U,, MiddlehVrd 

Chamberlain C. N\, Northampton 

Dennison. Edw. ] 

Dunlap James, 

Fiske Samuel A. 

Hatsted Haifiel ! 

MundeChas. (Fl 

Peek Gustav.u:s '. 

Roberts Geo. \V. 

Roberta 0. 0., 

.Thompson Austin W., " 

Thompson Daniel, *' 

Thompson James, " 

Eaton J. M., Plainfield 

Shaw Samuel, 

Allen E. C, [homceo. 1 (Falls) So. Hadley 

Goodman Otis, ' " • " 

Lester Edward, " 

Kittredge Josiah. 

Meloney C. B.. [hot.] (Falls) " 

SilcoK Edwin P.; J 

Bell Artemas, 

Gridlev J. A 

Calkin's F. W , 

Miner D. W., 

Richardson Eben C 

Yale John. 

Clark Philo, 

Hooker William, 

Oreuu Ilervvv, 

Uiliman Roswell S., Wi 

<*reeri J. ]>.. 

Meek ins Thomas, 

1 row W. M., 

Pierce Arthur G, 4 W 



Clarke Moses, 
Cushing F. Thaxter, 
Dana Francis, 
Farnsworth Chas. H 
Fletcher Moore R., 
Foster Charles F., 
Hooker Anson, 
Hooker Anson P., 
Johnson Wra. O., 
Marston Ephraim, 
Morse James R., 
Piympton Syivanus, 
Taylor John B., 
Webber A. Carter. 
Wellington W. W., 
Wright Ward E., [bot.] 
Wyman Jeffries, 
Wvman Morrill, 
Marsh Austin, 
Bancroft Amos B., 
Bell Luther V., 
Bemis J. W., 
Bowman Willard, 
Cheever John, [botanic] 
Cutler George, 
Hayes Jacob, 
Hurd Samuel H., 
j Lane William N., 
Mason William, 



(East) 
(Port; 

(East) 



(East) 



(Port) 



(East) 
(Port) 



Cambridge 



Carlj 

Ciiarlcsc.i 



outhampton 



Ware 



Westhampton 



MIDDLESEX 

t-owdrcy Harris, 



Acton j 



Morris W. B., 


♦ 4 


Neilson J. C, [homceo.] 


" 


Remick II. p-.,Tho'tanie] 


11 


Bobbins Charles, 


" 


Roy J., 


,t 


Scammell L. L., 


14 


S te v.ens T h o m a s J . , 


'* 


Thompson Abraham R., 


" 


Warren Charles, 


'* 


Whiting Augustus, - 


" 


Whiting John S., 


it 


Willis L. M., 


'* 


Bartlett J. C, 


Chelmsford 


Edwards N. B., (North 


) 


Howard Levi, 


*•' 


Barrett Henry A., 


Concord 


Bartlett Josiah, 


" 


Reynolds Joseph, 




Blake Jeremiah, 


Bra rot 


llildreth Isranl, 


" 


Howe A. W., 


Dunstable 


Brown James W., 


Ffitnimutiatn 


Cowles 11., (Saxomil 


ie) 


Hoyt Euos, 


" 


Johnson 0. 0., 


" 


Osgood J. W.. (Saxonvil 


Ie) " 


Whitney Sime m, 




Whitney Al'lston W., (Sot 


th) 


McCoilester J. Q. A., 


Grolcn 


Smith Norm an, 


" 


Spaulding Miles, 


tt 


Stearns George, 


" 


Burriap S. G., 


BoiiistOR 


Fisk Timothy, 


'* 



112 



MASS A GH US ETTS REGISTER. 



Jewett C. C, 
Lake Hiram, 
Merriii Jesse, 
Pratt Jefferson, 
Wa.ren George A., 
White O. C, 
Currier William J., 
Holmes Howland, 
Spauldina Stillman, 
Chapin Henry C, 
Seavey O. F., 
Allen Nathan, 
Astle Abel, 
Astle George, 
Bass William, 
Bates II. T., 
Boynton Amos R., 
Bradley William H., 
Burn ham Walter, 
Burnham Zebuion P., 
Campbell Patrick P., ' 



Chai 



Lvsander, 



Coly Peter, [Indian] 
Dalton John C, 
Dickey Hanover, 
Ga^e Daniel P., 
Gates Jeremiah, 
Graves John W., 
Green John O., 
Harmon James Iff,, 
Holt Daniel, [homoeo. 
Hooke Henry 11:, 
Huntington Elisha, 
Hun toon James W., 
Jackson Andrew. 
Jackson James D.. 
Jackson William E., 
Jenness L. VVelirnan, 
Jewett Jeremiah P., 
Kidder Mo.es W., 
Kimball Oilman, 
Kitlredse E. P.. 
Kittredge Plover G., 
Mansfield George, 
Masta Joseph A., 
McDowell Hannah P. 
Moon Ira L , 
M >rril] Frederick, 
M .rse Luther B., 
Howe Daniel, 
Gicott James S., 
Parker Hiram, 
Perharo. Otis, 
Person^ J. W., 
Pierce George, 
PiUsburv H irlin, 
Sanborn E K., 
Savory Charles A., 
Seribner Isaac W., 
Simpson Benjamin F., 
Skelton Benjamin, 
Spalding Joel, 
Stevens J. W., 
Stone George W„, 
Thompson James, 
To mipsort Marshall I 
Wells David, 
Whipple Calvin, 
Wiieman Esther C , 
Wright Mary P. Mrs. 
BurbeeJ. A., 
French Nathan, 
Stacker Alfred A., 
Sullivan John L., 
Taylbi < '. U., 
Iiin.es E Iward F., 
M^rsh Charles D. f 
Putnam Charles, 
Stearns Henry P., 



. P" 



Holliston f Bemis Charles V., 

I D.rr James C, 
Hopkintbn j th den burg James, 
j Swan Daniel, 
" l Woodbury El well. 

|. ( | Abbot B. F., 

Lexington ! Parker .Moses, 
j Phis ney E. 0., 
. Cooiidge J. B., [dentist] 

Lincoln I Be^rd George, 
Littleton Hoyfc John, 
Lowell , Partridge L. E 
Russell Ira, 
Townsend G. J., 
Bigelow H., 
Binestell Joseph, 
Brown J. a., 
Grant J H., 
Kendal! A. A., 
Teuton W. P., 
Warren Edward 
Grosvennr David 
Cutter Neherniah, 
Howe James S. N., 

, [botanic] 



Medford 



Melrose 



Natick 
« 



(Corner) Newton, 
[homceo.] " '• 

(West) " 
(Upper Palish " 
(Lou er Fails) " * 
(NevvtonviileJ " 
(Lower Fails) " 
A., North Reading 

Pepperell 



M a'.len 



Marlboro' 



Suckney James M. 
Walton John, 
Berry M., [horn ceo.] 
Harlow Andievv J., 
Wakefield Horace P., 
B Ian chard Albert H., 
Parker James O., 
Kingsbury -Nathaniel, 
Plyinpton A. A., 
Bartlett Joseph E. T 
Let! der. son Jophanus, 
Knight Nathaniel Z,' 
Ridge way p. R,, 
v\ hitman — — — t r C y e 
Hani Francis P., 
M ins-field Joseph D., 
j Norcross Josiah, 
j Riehardson Solon 0., 
i Willis William XL, ' 
} Goodrich Horace, 

Heath William H.. 
Stevens Wilii am p^ 

Cowdry Arr.hu;-, 

Ames jost ph S., 

Goodnough Levi, 

Seymour D. E., 

Asrell Abel., 

Brc '.vn J (Mia than, 

Ba>nton Royal B., 

Heard John; 

Siickney A G.. 

Perkins Edward A., 

Adams Horatio, 

Dou;se C. !>., 

Kittredge F. R. W., 

Kittredge Theodore, 

Moore Marcus A., 

Saunders C. F., 

Warren R. S., 

Hosmer Hiram, 

Huckins D. T., 

Richardson Samuel 

Ann s Ebeneijer, 

Aicvanaer J. L., 

Harris J. (.'., 

Hodgdon Richard L., 

i iiderw.md Joseph, 

V '« Darim A., 

Osgood Benjamin. 

Hunt Otis j,., 

Brown Silas, 

Toothaker Samuel A., 

Cnapin Aionzo, 

Ingalls William. 



ling 



Shprborn 

Shirley 



Somervilie 



: ear] 
South Reading 



S ton eh am 



Stow 
Sudbury 



Tewksbury 
Townsend 



Tyngsboro' 
Waltham 



Water town 



Wayland 
West Cam bridge 



Westford 

Weston 
Wilmi'ngtoa 

Wind: ester 



PHYSICIANS, 



113 



Boston Edmund, [botanic! Woburn 

CUrk A. W., 

• \ mgh .faun, *• 

Catter B., 

Gutter Ephr&im, " 

Drew S. Watson, " 

Nelson John, " 

Piper K. U., 

liickard Truman, ** 

Scales Thomas S., [homoeo.] u 



NANTUCKET COUNTY. 



Van tucket 



Fearing Elisna P., 

King Joan B., " 

Robinson Charles. F., " 

Sherman J. H., " 

MORFOIiK. COUNTY. 

Nelson George, Belllngham 

Haynes Aaron, (South) Braintree 

Richard Jacob, (East) " 

Torrey Noah, (South) " 

Wild "Jonathan, " 

Francis T. Eustis, Brookline 

Salisbury Stephen, " 

Saartleff Augastice, , " 

Sr.urtletF Samuel A., " 

Wild Edward A., [homoeo.] " 

Abbott Esra, Canton 

Taft Caleb S., M 

Foster Fordyce, Cohasset 

Pratt Ezekiel, " 

Aten Henry F., Dedham 

Burgess Ebenezer P., " 

Fogg David S., (South) 

Howe Francis, (West) " 

Mr.ynard John P., ' « 

Paine Joseph P., [hon)..co,] " 

Spear Henry F.» " 

Stimson Jeremy, " 
Wight Danforth P., 

Gushing Benjamin, Dorchester 

Jarvis Edward, " 
Miller Erasmus D., 
Spoonar John P., [homoeo.] 
Stedinan E. C., 
Warren J. H.. 

W-sdihoft Conrad, i% 

Dickermae Lemuel, Foxooro' 

Hitchcock Joseph G-, S., 

KingGeorse, Franklin 
Nolen William B., 

Gailoup John S., Medfield 

J ones b. W aylan d, " 

Brown Artemas, (Village) Medway 

Gale Amory, (East) " 

Munroe A. Le B., (Village) 

Rockwood — , (West) " 

Holmes Christopher C, Milcon 

I dmer Simeon, " 

Kimrner William, '* 

V\ are Jonathan, " 

Liverraore Abel C, INeedham 

Noyes Josiah, " 

Pattee William S., Quincy 
N: •ville Henry M., 

Stetson James A., " 

S iiitn Henry M., " 

Woodward Ebenezer, " 

AUien Ebenezer, Randolph 

Alien Emery A., i4 
Howard Frederick, 

'■'■■ • e Wii i mi J., [ len- 1st J '« 

Wules Ephraim, '** 

Wal s Thomas B., " 

Wood TheophUus E\, j E a-r) " 
-* i>s i« Charlotte G. M-s., [M.D.] lioxbury 
Allen Ux, 

Bartiea Henry, M 

' 8 



Bellows A. J. [homceo.] Roxburv 

Calkins Chas. W.. » ' 

Co-ting Benjamin E., *« 

Cumrnings Arial I., *« 

Drury D. Mrs., " 

Farhsworth A., '« 

Flint John S., " 

Hall Alfred G., « 

Hayward Nathan, " 

Jackson William F., [homceo.] *< 

Mann Benjamin, " 

Martin Henry A., - «« 

Morse Horatio G., • « 

Nute Timothy R., «< 

Pearson W., 

Stewart Edward, «; 

Streeter Joseph H., • • 

Waldeck James, " 

Wales Thomas B., [homoeo.] *« 

Wiley Adams, «« 

Windship Charles M., 
Windship Geo. B., 

Bacon Amasa D., Sharon 

Capen Mrs. Susan, « 

GitFord Silas S., (East) Stoughton 

Mann Cyrus S., (Centre) 

Tucker Simeon, " " 

Stone Ebenezer, Wa'pole 

Draper Abijah W., W. Roxbury 

Faulkner George, " *♦ 

Harris Lather M., « ** 

Seaverns Joel, " « 

Weld Christopher M., " '• 

Fay George W ., (East) Weymouth 

Fifield Noah, ' <v 

Fifield William C. B., 
Fuller Lemuel, Jr., (North) " 

Gilbert John H., [botanic] (East) " 
Howe Appleton, * (South.) " 

Tirrell Norton Q., (North) " 

Warren E. Lewis, *< 

Weston Hervey E., *« 

Blake Jacob, (Sheldonville) Wrentharu 
Brown Orlando F., [homaao.] 
Clap Harvey E., " 

PLTMOUTH COUNTY. 



Bourne Francis, [dentis 
, Forsaith Francis F., 
I Haskell Charles IF, 
j Jewett Frederick A., 
| Millet Asa, 

Tanner Nelson B., 

Underwood James M., 

Alden Samuel, 

Pratt Calvin B„ 

Washburn N., [dentist] 

Erland Henry t., 

Bumpus Charles S., 

Chaplin Daniel, 

Porter John, 

Wilde James, 

Grr Samuel A., 

Sanford E. W., 

Mo ft oil Cyrus, 

Forbes Joseph B., 

French John 0., 

Barker Bnwen, 

Fiske R. T. P., 

Harlow J., 

Stephen Ezra, 

Jones UencvX, 

Nichols Paiil L., 

Emery Moses, 

Bruce James E.. 

Ellis Walton N., 

Blaachard II., 

Paine Isaac, 



J Abingi 

(South) 
(South) 



(North) 
(East) 

Br id g-ewater 



E. Bridge-water 

Halifax 
Hanover 



Hauso 
Hingha) 



LakeTilh- 
M irion 



Mara 



114 



MASSACHUSETTS REGISTER. 



Sparrow Wp.Hatn E., Mattapoisett 

S-.Te.it William W., •* 

Taber B. H., [dentist] 

Baker J. C, Middleboro' 

Co-, stock V''. W., 

Drake F.W., 

Perkins John, " 

Robinson ML, " 

Snow George W., «< 

Tribon Xaham M., " 

Borden A. K. t North BridgptTatcr 

Hitchborn Alexander " " 

Hunt J. L., 

Kingman Abel, • " <4 

Stoek bridge Thomas, " ** 

Coilamore Francis. Pembroke 

Gordon Timothy, Plymouth 

Hubbard Benjamin, " 

Warren Winsiow, " 

Webster Norman, " 

Hammond J. S., Plympton 

Bradford Luther, [bone-setter] 

Haskell Joseph, Rochester 

Gague Thomas E„ " 

Thomas Francis, Se'ttuate 

Bearing F. Hay den, (South} 

Burgess Benj. F., 

■ Bogiiett Perez F., 

Fearing Benj., Jr., t 

Harris Charles H., 

Gibbens Baniel L., W. 

Swan James C, 



Wareham 



Erid~ewater 



srFJr'OLX CQVUTT. 

Boston, 

Merrfor* of the ?Pt;Ou District Medical So 
Ciett. reii*iin-i in the City. Th- a.-.; prtj ww< 'v 
Chun. D. ifo'itan*. See';/ of the Soei'ty. I fay are 
like U"'?- members of the M a S 3 A C u L" S :•: rr 3 M.JS DIC Ai, 

Socntxr. 

Abbe Alansnn, Boylston* c. Lowell place 
Abbot Samuel L. 90 Mount Vernon 
Adams Edwin, 23 Oxford 
Adams Zabniel B. 1 Fayette 
Adams Horace W. 4-5 Cambridge 
Ainswortu .Fred. S. 2 Bowdoin 
Alexander A., Dorchester, c. Broadway 
AL ! <?y J. B. 35 Boyistoa, c. Head place 
Aver James, 6 Prince 
Bacon John, 16 Somerset 
Balcorn H. S, 7 Tremont row 
Bali Stephen, 19 Beacon 
Barnard'Chas. F. 1 Montgomery v'^-cc 
Bartlett George, 3 Tremont [dace 
Bethune George A. 106Tr.ein mt 
Bigelow George F. 23 Essex 
Bigelow Henry J. ift Lh-auncy 
Bigelow Jacob, 42 Mt. Vernon 
Blake E. \V. 64 Shawmut avenue 
Blake Ju-kn E., Boylston place 
Borland John N- 16 Winter 
Beth Charles, 50 Essex 
Bowdtteb Henry I. 15 vTinthrop place 
Brewer Thos. M. 8 Edinboro' 
Briggs Charles E. 12 Tyler 
Briggs Wm. A. 136 Charles 
Brown Buekminster, 59 Bowdoin 
Brown John B. 3 Joy 
Browne C. il. 7 Bowdoin square 
Bryant Henry, J [ Mt. Vernon 
Buckingham C. E. 911 Washington 
1 usbw i Wiiuum, 38Beach 
Cabot Samuel, Jr. il Park s [uare 
Campbell Benjamin, 49 Meridian 
Caannmg Walter, :5 Bov. loin 
Cfeanniug William' F. 64 West Cedar 
Cheever David W. 643 Trcmi/nt 
Clark Henry G. I I'eniberion square 
Clark Luiuer, 37 Pincknej 



Clark Ed. H. 57 Chauncy 

Cleaveland Chas. B. 136 Harrison avenue 

Ciough John, 94 Tremont 

Coale Wm. Edward, 4 Staniford 

Cpdmau B. S, 57 Tremont 

Codman W. W. 33 Boylston 

Coffin William S. 121 Court 

Coit Baniel T. 28 Harrison avenue 

Cooke McLaurin F. 253 Hanover 

Coolidge Algernon, 14 Chauncy 

Cornell W. M. 630 Wash, and 25 Ash 

Crane P. M., Maverick, cor. Meridian 

Cummings J. A. 25 Tremont 

Curtis Josiah, 25 Winter 

Bale Wm. J. 21 AUston 

Davenport Edward J. 20 Bedford 

DeGrasseJ. Y.40 Poplar 

Derby George. 11 West 

Dickinson Wm, 206 Broadv/ay 

Dix John H., Boylston, cor. Tremont 

Bupee Horace, 633 Washington 

Durgin Elijah S. 16 Harrison avenue 

Dur'kee Silas, o^) Howard 

Dyer Henry, 86 Shawmut avenue 

Eastham Charles, 25 Tremont 

Eastman Edmund T. 50 Essex 

Ellis Calvin, 3.1 Winter 

Fabyan George, 191 Salem 

F.des Joseph J. 21 Maverick square 

Ferguson Hugh, 8 Broadway 

Fiint John, Warren, cor. Washington 

Fogg John S. H. 325 Broadway 

Ferguson Hugh. 8 Broadway 

iolts Daniel V. 38 Maverick square 

Fuller Milton, 35 Essex 

Garratt Alfred C. 7 Hamilton place 

Gay Goo. H. 75 Boylston and 1 Park sq. 

Gordon Charles, 1 Hancock avenue 

Gould Augustus A. 31 Boylston 

Goulet Ambrose, 113 Broadway 

Gray Francis H, 61 Bowdoin 

Green John 

Green S. A. 19 Kneeland 

Greene Charles G. 823 Washington 

Greene Moses C. In Green 

Gregg Samuel. 3d Howard 

RalLAdino £.89 Salem 

Hanaford Wfltfara G. 110 Tremont 

Harlow Edwin A. W. 52 Essex 

Harlow James V. 71 Cambridge 

Harwood Daniel, 11 Summer 

Hayden John C. 104 Tremont 

Hayes A, A. 16 -Boylston 

Hay ward George 4 16 Pemberton square 

Hay ward George, Jr. 14 Hayward place 

Head George E. 181 Tremont 

Heaton George; 2 Exeter place 

Hill John B. 237 Tremont 

Hinckley John W. 29 M« ridian 

Hinckley Rums L. 22 Maverick square 

Hobbs Alvah, 076 Washington 

Hodges Richard M.. 43 Chauncy 

Hoifendahl Charles F. 20 Somerset 

Hoffendabl H. L. H. 196 Shawmut avenue 

Romans Chas. D. 12 West 

Homans John, 120 Tremont 

Holmes Oliver W. 21 Charles 

Hooper Robert W. 107 Beacon 

Hoyt George, 77 Bedford 

Hubbard George, 3A Portland 

Hyde Geo. S. 1171 Washington 

Hyndman James, 2:10 Congress 

Inches H. B. 27 Wintpr 

Jackson Charles T. 32 Somerset 

Jackson James, 3 Hamilton place 

Jackson J. B. S 24 Chauncy ■ 

Jarvis John F. 50 Leverett 

Jeffries B. Joy, 15 Cnestnut 

Jeffries John,'lo Chestnut 



PHYSICIANS. 



115 



Jf#Bea George S. 17 Cambridge 
Jotifs Jo*. S. I Bowdoin, cor. Cambridge 
K< -)< N. C. 74 B aylston 
Keep & Hamilton, 74 Boy Is ton 
Kennedy T. J. W. 11 Montgomery place 
KnWl'and Samuel, Jr. 23 Bedford 
L&msoh J. A. 1 Stamford 
Lane J. F. W. 10 Mollis 
Lane Jonas H. 4 Montgomery place 
Lee Henry S. 5 Central court 
Leonard M. Blodmfield, 7 Meridian 
Lewis Win.slow, 75 Boylston 
Lodge G. H. 1027 Washington 
Lvman George H. 152 Tremont 
Minn Daniel, 11 Suffolk 
Mann Jonathan* 302 Broadway 
Martin A. D. W. 198 Harrison avenue 
Martin Henry J. 32 Cfeatinfcy 
Mattson Morris, Montgomery House 
Melcher Samuel Henry, 2 Warren 
Mifflin Charles, 80 Beacon 
Mighiil Stephen, 9 Tflcston 
Minot Francis, 140 Charles 
Moore Charles W. 273 Hanover 
M , or p Edward B. 253 Hanover 
Moriartv John M., Deer Island Hospital 
Moriapd William W. 3-5 Hancock 
Morri.'l Samuel, 3 Ivingston 
Newell R W. 6 Stamford 
Nihil! J. ]■■ II Broadway 
Nlies John N. 32 Carver 
Noyea F. A 5^ Beacon 
Odin John, Treioont. cor. Eliot 
Oliver Fytche E: 4 Bowdoin 
Oliver H. K. 2 Bumstead place 
Osgood David, 37 Ohanney 
Osgood Will, am, 75 Dover 
Otis George W., Jr., School, cor. "Province 
Owens thbmaa R. 127 Merrimac 
Page Calvin G. 63 Mvrtle 
Psge William.II 23 Beach 
Palmer E. D. G. 13 Portland 
Palmer Ezra, 1 TreraOnt place 
Parcher Sevvall, 2 Lewis, E. B. 
Parker David M. 11 Summer 
P>rks Luther, Jr. .'21 Union Park 
Patch Franklin F. 51 Chambers 
;•■ - M.S. oOChauncy 
Phelps Abaer, 27 Indiana place 
Phfips Charles A. 122 Harriso'n avenue 
Phipps James M. 1 Eliot, cor. Wash. 
Pike Horace G 41 Howard 
PiescpfcvBenjamin T. 7 Green 
Pu?rv.un Charles G. 4 Temple place 
[load WiiUam. 713 Washington 
Renton George, 14 Bedford 
Benton Peter, 14 Bedford 
Reynolds Edward, 29 Winter 
H-ynovds John P. 27 Winter 
Richardson Aaron P. 17 (Green 
Richardson Horace. Tremont House 
Roberts David, 85 Fourth 
Rolfe Enoch C. 533 Washington 
Rtsp >aner A., Central place 
ll ■....•!! George, 14 Lydne 
K ■--'■.! Le BarOn, 1 Otis place 
S*Uer Richard H. 1 Stafford. 
Saaborae'J. 0. 22 Hanov r 
Sargent £L }4 M mtcomery place 
" em L. M. 8 Rutland 
S >vU{ t Henry Martin 
" : " • --p J. Caldwell, 02 Mt. Vernon 
: ■ i Luck George C. 2 Stamford place 

* Benjamin S., Mass. Gen. Hospital 
* lenleti Nat taniel B. 2 Beacon 

io - Paul, G Ashburton place 
- ■ ■ ■< ■ Daniel D. 17 Temple oiace 
gwtth Jerome V. C. 1 Park' 
otaytljo Jamea, 34 Purchase 



Sprague Seth L. 29 Worcester 
Stacy Horace, 103Couit 
Stedraan Charles H. 6 Montgomery place 
Stevens Calvin, 158 Tremont 
Stevens John, 41 Howard 
Stevens John A. 41 Howard 
Stevens Norman C. 6 West Brookline 
Stoefcer Alfred A. 1 Van Liensalaer place 
Stone James W. 130 Commercial 
Scorer D. Humphreys, 132 Tremont 
Scorer Horatio R. 7 West Chester 
.Strong Woodbridge, 5 Cambridge 
Talhot I. Tisdale, 35 Howard 
Tar bell John A. U Alls ton 
Thaxter D. McB. 370 Broadway 
Thayer David, 40 Beach 
Thomas Alexander, 130 Tremont 
Thomson George N. 288 Washington 
Thorndike William H. 31 Chelsea, E. B. 
Tjader A. W r . 337 Hanover 
Tobie Ira W. 34 Salem 
Tower George, 1 Ben net 
Townsend Solomon D. IS Somerset 
Townsend William E. 15 Cambridge 
Tucker Elisha G. 1 West 
Tucker Joshua, 6 Hamilton place 
Underwood George L. 27 Bowdoin 
Upham J. Baxter, 31 Chestnut 
Walker Clement A. Lunatic Hospital, S.B. 
Walker William J. 3 Bulfinch 
Walsh John D. 12 Fleet 
Walsh Peter D. 3o South 
Ward Henry A 228 Tremont 
Ware Charles E 6 Temple place 
W' are John, 131 Tremont 
Ware Robert, 131 Tremont 
Warren Ira, 3 Avon place 
Warren J. Mason, 2 Park 
Warren John W, 49 Harrison avenue 
Watson Ab. A. 25 Harrison avenue 
'Weeks Chas. M. 36 Carver 
Weld M. ^Y. 64 Chestnut 
West Benj. H. 12 Harrison av. 
Weymouth Aurelius L. 171 Court 
Whipple S. S. 172 Harrison av. 
White James C. Boylston, c. Tremont 
White Eobt. 165 Broad 
Whitney W. J. 177 Federal, c. High 
Wiliard Francis A. 192 Shawmut av. 
Williams Henry W."33 E-sex 
Williams J. L. 158 Tremont 
Wood Jacob A, 215 Washington 
York Jasper H. 187 Broadway 
Youagman David, 631) Washington 



Other. Physician*. 

Ames S. C. 214 Hanover & Mend. 

Angel! Henry C. 923 Washington 

Aver I. Winslow, 13 Princeton 

Barker Lemuel M. 39 Pleasant 

Barrington John C. 3 Stillman 

Barrows H. G. 7 W. Orange & City Hall 

Bascom F. 12 Columbia (eclectic J 

Basto Wm: F. 1110 Washington 

Birmingham Sam'l T. 63 Cambridge 

Boardman G. M. 12 Suffolk pi. 

Broadbent C. R. 143 Court 

Brown David R. 90 Union 

Brown Mpsos,2 Warren . 

Brown W. Symington, 15 Congress 

Bruce Si?as, 14 Hanover (eclectic) 

Calkins C. W. 145 Pleasant 

Coiy P. 25 E<sex 

Cogswell F. 25 Winter 

Cuilis C. il Bowdoin (homoeo.) 

Gushing F. T. 6 Beach 

Cutter E. G. 17 Bromfield 



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MASSACHUSETTS REGISTER, 



Dalv R, 157 Fourth 
Davis W. H. 3 Hudson 
Dennet Geo. VV*. 372 Broadway 
Dillenback H. P. 8 Cambridge 

Ddlinghnm Nathan H. 50 Kneeland 
D»jane F. H. 3 Beacon 
Durkia J. D. 30 Bromneld 
Fenn Artemas I. 10 Green 
Finois Frederick J. 12 Eliot 
Fitch V. H. 79 Eliot 
Girardia Louis, 6 Eliot 
Geist Charles F. 49 Essex 
Genu ai ne T. la. 76 Charter 
Greene Reuben, 36 Bromneld 
Guthrie S. 17 Tremont 
Ball Alf. G. 365 Washington (nutrii 
Hartuet MauTiec K. 1 Quincy pi. 
Harden William R. 5 Hayward oh 
HebardW. W. 228' Washington 
Hernisz S. 237 Tremont 
Hewett S. C. 39 Harrison avenue 
Humphrey H. 130 Broadway 
Hutchins Isaiah, 36 Bromneld 
Jackson J. 106 Court 
Kelley J. C. 271 Tremont 
KesSman Charles C. 50 Essex 
Knight Edward. 259 Tremont 
Arox Thomas P. 29 Myrtle 
Krebs F. H 5 Arch 
I^wis Nathaniel, 70 Tremont 
Ludwig Warren, 50 Fleet, c. North 
MeFariand L. 1 Asylum 
Main Chas. 7 Davis 
Mason J.TJ. 116 Court 
Mather Aug. II. 5 Decatur 
Mather Qzi.as H. 51 Essex 
McLaughlin J. A. 53 Lincoln 
IdcMahon J. B., Moon, c. Moon st. 
Morse C. 2 Warren 
Morrill Fred. 9 Howard 
OakesAsafi. 121 Court (eclectic) 
O'Flaherty John, -3 Seneca 
Osbom T. Wm, 110 Cambridge 
O'Rciiley P. 51 Chariestown 
Pa^e James A. 120 Court 
Beabody Nath'l C. 20.i Bedford 
Pe:;se Odes, 9 Yh 



Perkins G. T 



Pin: 



Perkins T. S. 15 Pine 
Pike J. T. Oilman, 17 Tremont 
Piummer Henry, 64 Cross 
Rice Wm. E. l'Hudson pi. 
Richards J. B. 225 North 
Ridgway P. R. 15 Tremont 
Rock John S. 62 Middlesex 
Runnels A. J. 12 Waiter 
Sampson Z. S. 99 Court 
Sanders Orin S. 1 1 Bowdoin 
SSandioky D. F. 358i Washington 
Sargent Ignatus, 32 Hudson 
Shaw E. 19. 6i Warren sq. 
Shaw Joseph L. 290 Tremont 
Shaw Joseph M. 2 French pi. 
Sheldon L. R. 1058 Washington 
Sibley Rodney, 2£ Green 
Small Ebenezer, Summer; c. Howie; 
Smith Tim. IL, Richmond, c, Salem 
Snow A. 24 A Winter (eclectic) 
Spear E. 1)736 Beach' 
Sullivan A. F. 3G Bromneld 
Sunderland La Roy, 23 Eliot 
Taylo? Geo. iL T." VV. S3 Maverick 
Teuton Wm. V. 35 Besch 
Orsderwdod Wm. E. 654 Washingtt 
Walsh Walter M. 5 North sq. 
Watklas ——,17 Howard 
"Webber C 228 Washington (eclecti 
Wes&elhocf* Wm. 22 Bedford 
Wesselhceft Wm. P. 22 Bedford 



Weeks & Sargent, 13 Tremont row 
Whitman E. F. 116 Court 

Wilson Norman, 292 Washington 
Woodbury J. H. 112 Meridian 
Young Charles, 36 Beach 

Botanic. 



Abbot & Ames, 214 Hanover 
Beals Emery, 50 Piedmont* 
Cheever Joseph, 1 Tremont Temple 
Clark Joseph J. 117 Hanover 
Dresser A. C. 5 Brimmer place 
Hayden Vvm. R. ,5 Hayward place 
Humphrey Henrv, 130 Broadway 
HuntoonH. P. 161 Cambridge 
Johnson R. 463 Tremont 
Macomber Perry R. 6 Lowell 
Mason John D."llG Court 
Pike M. S. 23 Portland 
Pinkerton T. H. 8) Cambridge 
Piummer H. 61 Cross 
Richardson S. O. 51 Hanover 
Rous B. 52 Leveret 
Shaw Joel, 735 Washington 
Taylor T. K. 17 Hanover 



Female. 

Anderson C. 205 Endicot 

Armstrong; Mahaly, 18 Canton 

Baste J. Mrs. 33 Hanover ■ 

Capron Betsy, 23 North Bennet 

Carman Surah D. 16 Summer 

Caswell S. A. E. (M. D.) 94 Lev-ret 

Chamberlin E. B. (>I. D.) 273 Tremont 

Chester M. R. 1 Townsend place 

Cooke Francis S. (M. D.) 10 Suffolk place 

Eaton Edee, 11 Common 

Ester E. A. Mrs. 4 Ransom ct, 

Fletcher Sophronja, 30 Eliot 

Giradin L. 5 Eliot 

Harris Lizzie 82 Warren 

Horton Mary A. 39 Nashua 

Hunt H. K. Miss, (M. D.) 32 Green 

Jenks Mary R. Ol. D.) 38 Beach 

Leader Harrier Mrs. 18 High 

Pike M. S. Mrs. 169 Court 

Sawin Martha A. (M. D.) GO Temple 

Seiferth D. Mrs. 35 Oneida 

Swan A. H. 2 Coliamore place 

Swanberg F. W. rear 171 Cambridge 

Walcott Hannah M. (M. D.) 101 Pleasant 

Wariield Sarah E. (M. D.) 3S Beach 

Wiswell Rebecca, 2 Avery place 

Worcester R. Mrs. 5 Lucas 



ChcLea and North Chelsea. 



Adams .[dentist] 

Cheaver Joseph, [botanic] 
Forsyth J. B., 
Johnson Daniel A., 
Mitchel Jacob, 
Otis George W., 
Poole Alexander, 
Wheeler William G., 
Wilia-d A. T., [dentist] 



Chelsea 



oouie i\ 
Inn-alls 



North Chelsea 
Winthrop 



WORCLSTEil t'.LNtY, 



Cutler William H„ 
Mattoor. John O., [eclectic] 
Miller Alfred, 
Wallace Merrick, [Thcmp.] 
Whitmore Locke L.,_, 



Ashbumhas 



PHYSICIANS. 



117 



J>lrf George, 
Ceiony George D., 
Lynde J. P., 

Willi uns A. G., 
Green Daniel, 
Billings L. F., 
}>isse:t Anon, 
Brown George, 
Russell William L., 
Whitcomb Charles, 
Gott Lemuel, 
Hartshorn Edward, 
Bulltrd George E., 
Burgess George M., 
Kimball W.M.. 
Soathwick M. D., 
Wilder Abel, 
Bigelow Windsor 11, 
• Parker Amos, 



Athol 



Auburn 
Bane 



Berlin 

Blackstone 

n 

Bolton 



Andrews John, 




Bovtaton 


Fiske Daniel, 




Brookfield 


Gilmore Henry, 




(< 


Darling Henry H., [h 
Fay Charles M., [alio] 


sraceo.] 


Charlton 


>athy] 


" 


Potter Albert, 


u 


it 


Burdit G. W., 




Clinton 


Brooks C. A., 




" 


Kendall P. T., 




" 


Morse George M., 




« f 


Symonds George W., 




*i 


Allen Goodman, [botanic] 


Dana 


Linzie Daniel, 




" 


Linzie Marshall L., 




a 


Humphrey Daniel, 




Douglas 


White David P., 




" 


Ttfft B. A., 




<< 


Knight Samuel P., 




Dudley 


Liadsey bilas F., 




«' 


Boutelle Thomas 11., 




Fitch burg 


Brigham 11. H., [botanic] 


" 


Freela-nd Chester J., [honiceo 


1 " 


Hitchcock Alfred, 




'« 


Jewett George 




" 


Marshall Jonas A., 




«« 


Pillsbury Levi 




« 


Wellman J- IT, 




<t 



Macomber Leonard Z. 4 Gardner 

Parker Duv-id, 

Sawyer F I ward J.. " 

Bosworth F. A., [botanic] Grafton. 

Griggs Thomas 1., " 

Pierce Delano, " 

i iw^on Levi, « 

Thornton William " 

Tucker D. M., 

Davis Chas. E,, Bardwick 

Orcutt Almon M., " 

Newell Jonathan, Harvard 

Dow J. O., 

Holjnan hb.ikim A., <* 



Howe George M., 


>( 


Rnbiason Albert B.. 


Holden 


Phelps Moses, 


Hubbardston 


Bcribner John C. 


<< 


Carter Calvin, 


Lancaster 


Cuunnings Wright, 


t< 


Lincoln lien ry; 


U 


'I hompson J . L. S., 


II 


Flint Edward, 


Leicester 


Wuibridge Ames, 


<« 


Field C. C, 


Leominster 


Delano Marcus F., 


i« 


! ' [eel tad J. C, [horaoeo.] 


ir, 


tierce George W„ 


,1 


Shaw? Henry! 


it 


&'»og s. i).. 


Lunenburg 


Wood Franklin A., 


i: 


Metcaif JohiiG., 


Mendon 


Fay Allen C, 


Milford 



Leland Francis. Milford 

Parker Wm. M. 

Russel Dwight, [hydro.] " 

Slocum Win. M 

Taft Geo. H. 

Johnson J. G., Millbury 

Laying Henry, " 

MartinS. P., " 

Spaulding Leonard, " 

Barnes Henry, ■ Northboro' 

Jewet Henry A., " 

Clark Rouse R., North bridge 

Porter Joshua, Jr., N. BrookfiTld 

Tyler Warren, " 

Adams Charles, Oakham 

Bagley Asa, M 

Hoiman David, Oxford 

Newton Wm., [dentist] " 

Paine Samuel, C, '• 

Rawson Charles [botanic] " 

Earns Ambrose, Paxton 

Parkhurst William, Petersham 

Taylor Samuel, " 

Boylston W. N., Princeton 

Brooks Alphonso, ,( 

Howe Oscar, [dentist] " 

West Joseph 0., " 

Gould" J. B., Rovalston 

Willis Isaac P., "*« 

Newell J. M., Rutland 

Tripp Benjamin LL, " 

Brigham A., Shrewsbury 

Fay J. B., 

Robinson J. Henrv, Southboro* 

Curtis L. W.. " Southbridge 

Hartwell Samuel C, " 

Hartwell Samuel, " 

Spoonec B. A., " 

West IT. D., 

Dyer Edward C, Spencer 

Guilford Jonas. 

Beaver John M», [botanic] " 

Wheeler Edward M , ^ " 

Sawyer Frederic A., Sterling 

Fiske Calvin P., Sturbridge 

Sanders William S., 

Terry William, SuttOtt 

BatcheHtr Joseph, Templeton 

Spencer Esek, 

White Jonathan, . " 

Carpenter Henry, Upton 

Bennett A. W., Uxbridge 

Robbins James W., 

Wilcox Chauneey A., ■" 

Carpenter Harvey S., Warren 

Carpenter Nelson, 

Forbes G. F., [horncuo.] 

Hastings J. W., " 

Robinson Eben, [botanic] 

Warmer Lorenzo, " 

Brown F. Davis, Webster 

Burnet E.G., 

Emerson George W., [botanic] " 

Curtis William, Westboro' 

Griggs Samuel., 

Hero John II., [hydro.] " 

Rising Henry IT, 

Andrews J. S.. [botanic) W. Boylston 

Lovell Ephraim, 4 * 

Warren George W., « 

Wheeler Chas. A., [botanic] ** 

blodfi tt Julius, W. Brookfield 

Myriok Lawson, " 

Penniman Jesse, ** 

WarhcT Clinton. Westminster 

Geddes R V.'., Wincheadon 

Go Iding .Mvah, 

Godding William W., 

Andrews John A., [botanic] Worcester 



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MASSACHUSETTS REGISTER. 



Barnard F., [Thomp.] 
Bates J. N., 

Bemis Merrick, [hospital] 
Buxton H. W., 
Chandler George 
Chase Chas. T., 
Clark Uenrv, 
Dcland Armit B., 
Eaton A. J., 
Flag£ Samuel, 
Gage T. H., 
Hathaway John E., 
Haven Saral. F., Jr., 
Heywood Benjamin, 
Heywocd Benjamin F.. 
Hill Calvin A., fbotanic] 
Hobart Anson N., 



Worcester , Hubon , 

j Kellev F. H.. [eclectic] 
Laying Henry, [botanic] 
Lintiell J. E., [homteo.] 
Martin J. H., [botanic] 
Mai tin Orainel, 
Mignault Peter B„ 
Nicholas L. B., [horaceo.] 
Parker H.. 

Prentiss Henry C, [hospital] 
Rice F. H., [hospital] 
Rice J. M., 
Sargent Joseph, 
Towne Dean, 
Woodward Rufus, 
Workman William, 



Worcester 



BANKS IN BOSTON. 



Bank Commissioners. — Jos. White, of Lowell, Samuel H. Wallet, of Roxbury, 
J. Frederick MiESH, of Boston. Office at State House. 



ATLANTIC BfiJJK, 

No. 8 Ktltvy St. Ixcorpoeaxep, 1S23. 
Capital, 5500,000. 

Nathaniel Harris, President, Benja- 
min Dodd, Cashier. Nathaniel Harris, 
Francis Fisher, Jeremiah Bill, Ezra C. 
Hutchins, Wm. R. P. Washburn, AbelG. 
Feck, John S. Jenness, Directors. T. C. 
Severance, Teller. George William Dodd, 
Bookkeeper, William G. Dodd, Discount 
Clerk. G. A. Smiley, Messenger. 

Discount, Monday and Thursday. 

ATLAS BJSMSL 

No. 10 Kilrv. Ikcohpouateb, 1833. 
Capital, $5 KM* \ 

M. Day Kimball, President. Jo eph 
White, Cashier. Warren Fisher, jr., John 
H. Foster, M. Day Kimball, Francis C. 
Manning, John G. WethereR. C3 arles L. 
Gibson.' Bireetors, Ben}. P. Lane, 1st 
Teller. Geo. D. Sargent, 2rf Teller. Chas. 
L. Line, Bookkeeper. Ellsworth Torrey, 
Messenger and Collection Clerk. 

Discount, Tuesday and Friday. 

bank: op gommeuci;. 

No. So State St. iNCORPOBAXiK©, 1850, 
Capital, §2,000,000. 

Benjamin E. Bates, President Caleb 
H. Earner, Cashier. B m'ift in E. Ba! . , 
Rdw, C.Bates, Thomas W. Pierce, Jacob 
Sleeper. E. T. Farrrngton, Reuben S. 
Wa le, Henry J. Gardner, Ah-l G. Far- 
*< 11, Directors. A. S, Lincoln, P 
Teller. Wallis S.Chase, Ueeeivino 7 ■ >. 
Ge je 11. Davis, Xot* Teller. Philip C. 
Kn i •, First !; . 'eke • ■ r. Jo ,i ih P. 
Dunham, Second Bookkeeper. George W. 
11 urri . U ■ ' ■ ! • . W .. S Barton, 
Coll' ■ *. Clerk. Chas. H.Davis, Coires- 
}■< ■< '<ii,'j ('I ' ':. ■ ''.> i F.C1 rk, }■'. s .-.j. '.". 
Nulh'i Russell, jr., Assistant Mctsemier. 

Discount, Wednesday and Saturday. 



BANK 03 



MUTUAL HE'D: 
TION. 



:x<iv 



No. 91 State St. Incorporated 1358. 
Capital, #553,000. 

James G. Carney, President. Henry P. 
Shed, Cashier. Franklin Nichols, Pres- 
ident Thames Bank, Norwich. Conn. ; 
George T. Hodges, President Rutland 
Bank, Rutland. Vt. ; Stephen N. Mason, 
Director Globe- Bank, Woonsocket. R. I. ; 
Adam W. Thaxter, President Traders 
Bank, Boston, Ms.; Charles F. Adams, 
President Mt. Wollaston Bnnk/Quincy, 
Ms. ; Thomas W. Pierce, Director Bank 
of Commerce, Boston, Ms. ; Ezra Farns- 
worth, Director National Bank of Boston, 
Ms.; Chester W. Chapin, Director Aga- 
wam Bank, Springfield, Ms. ; Francis H. 
Dewey, Director Mechanics Bank, Wcr-' 
cester, Ms. ; Francis Dane, Director War- 
ren Bank, Danvers, Ms. ; Jacob H. Loud, 
President Old Colony Bank, Plymouth, 
Ms. ; George W. Thayer, President Ex- 
change Bank, Boston, Ms. ; James G. Car- 
ney, Director Lowell Bank, Lowell, Ms., 
President, Directors. James H. Gibson, 
Teller. Benj. G. Mum ford, Bookkeeper. 
Daniel A. Sigoumey, Discovnt Clerk. 
John H. Hodees, Collection Clerk. Amos 
Blanchard, Foreign Money Clerk. Ed- 
ward G. Park, Messenger. 

Discount, Wednesday and Saturday. 



BANK OF THE METROPOLIS, 

39 State St. Organized Nov. 8, 1858. 
Authorized Capital, $-1,000,000. 

S nvuel A. Way, President. Wm. H. 
F tor, Cashier". Samuel A. Way, Newell 
A. Thompson, Melnncthon Smith, Geo. 
V»". Warren, A. P. Hathaway, Directors. 
Geo. S. Vialie, Teller. Henry S. Rice, 
Bookkeeper. Charles W. Bobbins, Dis- 
count Clerk. F. C. Way, Messenger. 

Discount, Wednesday and Saturday. 



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BANKS IN BOSTON. 



119 



BANK OF NORTH AMERICA. 

No. 65 State St. Incorporated, ISol. 

Capital, £750,000. 

George W. Crockett, President. John 
K. Hall, Cashier. George W. Crockett, 
Clement Willis, Thomas Niekersan, Chas, 
J, me, William S. Eaton, David Snow, 
Directors. Jas. W, Bailey, Paying Teller. 
Jas. M. Burgess, Receiving Teller. Geo. 
W. Hunkins, First Bookkeeper, Benj. 
L. Gushing, Second Bookkeeper. Mar- 
tin Draper, Jr., Messenger. 

Discount, Wednesday and Saturday. 

BLACKSTONE BANK. 
Union, con. Hanover St. Ixcor., 1S5T. 
Capital, 57-50,000. 
Frederick Gould, President. Joshua 
Loring, Cashier. Frederick Gould, "Win. 
Adams, Dexter Roby, Benj. L- Allen, Joel 
M. Hold-en, Loyal Lovejoy, Henry Cutter, 
George W Chipman, Nehemiah P.Mann, 



Hazelton, Directors. Thomas 



Winship, Paving Teller. D. A. Alden, 
Receiving Teller. Benjamin S. Manning, 
Bookkeeper. Geo. C. Leach. Assistant 
Bookkeeper. John A. MeKown, jr., Col- 
lection and Assist art Clerk. G. F. Davis, 
Messenger, 

Discount, Monday and Thursday. 

BOSTON BANK. 

Iso. 48 State Sr. Incorporated, 1803. 

Capital, 5900,000. 

Robert Hooper, President. James' C. 
V [! I, Cashier. Robert Hooper, Charles 
Homer, Nathan Appleton, Josiah Bradlee, 
Ge >. II. Minot, Thomas B. Curtis, Henry 
Upham, J. C. Howe, J. Inirersoll Bow- 
ditch, William S. Buliard, J/Thornas Ste- 
venson, Directors. J. G. Gunderson, Pay- 
ing Teller. H. T.Wheeler, Receiving Tel- 
ler. John Harris, Bookkeeper. Fred. L. 
Church, Dls uni Clerk. Iloht. Lash, 
Clerk. Geo. Breefcenridge, Messenger. 
*• Discount, Tuesday and Friday. 

BOYLSTON BANS, 

Boylston, cor. Washington" Street. 

Incor., 1845. Capital, §400,000. 

Timothy Gilbert, President. John J. 
Soren, Cashier. Timothy Gilbert, William 
Parker, Wm. Pone, Amos Curamings, 
Luther Blodgett, Thomas Upham, Wil- 
liam Brown. Directors, James H. Gibson, 
Paying Teller. John Capen, Receiving 
Ttlier. Dependence S. Waterman, Book- 
keeper. C. O. L. Diliaway, Clerk. Albert 
Firnsw ortfa, Messenger. 

Dis bunt, Wednesday and Saturday. 

BROADWAY BANK. 
No. 10 Broadway. In cor., 1853. 

Capital, 51,30,000. 

S th Adams, Prvsi&mt. 11 race It. 
White, Cashier. Serb Adams, Charles J. 
P. Allen, Harrison O. Rrigir-j, Wm Eaton, 
Caleb Gill. Sjmu'1 Leeds, John 1*. Monks, 
Joseph Snuth ; . Directors. Lloyd Briggs, 
2 Messenger and Telier.. 

D isfi o ut 1 1 , W e d n e s d a v . 



CITY BANK. 

No. Gl State Street. Incor., 1S22. 

Capital, £1,000,000. 

Wm. T. Andrew.-,, President. Chas. C. 
Barry, Cashier. Chas. W. Cartwriglit, 
Wm. T. Andrews, Patrick Grant. Isaac 
Livermore, Sam'l It. Payson, Jos. B. 
Glover, Christopher C. Chad wick, S. Ea- 
dicott Peabody, Directors. Wm. S. Ed- 
mands, Paging Teller. William H. 
Johonnot, Receiving Teller. Henry S. 
Hale, Bookkeeper. 'Chas. W. Holbrooke 
Discount Clerk. Wm. 11. Frost, Collec- 
tion Clerk. Charles N. Conant, Messen- 
ger. 

Discount, Tuesday and Friday. 

COLUMBIAN BANK. 

No. 40 State Street. Incor., 1322. 
Capital, % 750,000. 

John T. Coolidge, President. Albert 
Drake, Cashier. John T. Coolidge, George 
W. Lyman, Charles Henry Parker, Geo. 
M. Barnard, T. Jefferson Coolidge, Wm. 
F. Parrott, Directors. James F. G. Baxter, 
Teller. Geo. Gushing, Bookkeeper. C. II. 
Hayward. Discount Clerk. Benj. F, Saw- 
yer, Messenger. 

Discount, Monday and, Thursday. 

. EAGLE BANK. 
16 Kilby Street. Incorporated, 1322. 
Capital, #700,000. 

Waldo Flint, President. Robe. S. Co'vell, 
Cashier. Waldo Flint, William Alniy, 
Andrew Cunningham, George h ',. Gray, 
James L. Little, John William , J ihn D. 
Bates, Benj. Thaster, Directors. John A. 
Meudum, Paying Teller. Chas, F. Srnit s, 
Receiving Teller. Isaac W. Plan chard, 
Bookkeeper. Ebenczer Sampson, Messenger 
and Collection Clerk. Chas. II. Kiihara, 
Assistant Cievk. 

Discount, Wednesday and Saturday, 

ELIOT BANK. 

23 Hilly Street. Incorporated, LS./3. 

Capital, 5600,000. 

William A. Howe, President. E " ert 
L. Dav, Cashier William A. Howe. Wm. 
C. Codman, John Demeritt. Walter Hast- 
ings, Wm. H. Jameson, Win. P. Pierce, 
John P. Robinson, Join. N. Turner, Ste- 
phen Tiiion, Directors. R. H Cunant, 
Teller. Francis Harrington, BaoM 
Samuel A. Gushing, Messenger and Col- 
lection Clerk. Thos. II. Sargeant, Assis- 
tant. 

Discount, Monday and Thursday. 

EXCHANGE BANK. 



No. 



>3 State St. 
Capita] 



incorporated, lc 

<l,h:. : ",'_: »0. 



GeorgeW. Thayer, President. Joseph M. 
Marsh, Cashier. Geo. W. Thayer, Solo- 
mon R. Spauiding, J. B. Kimball, Alex. 
Strong, John G. Davis, John Foster, 
Sampson Reed, William H. Dunbar, Di- 



rectors. Joua. 



Pettengill, Paying 



120 



MASSACHUSETTS REGISTER. 



i 



Teller. Jamea W. Kimball, Receitinq 
Teller. Thomas WD. Button, iXote Teller. 
John S. Learoyd, Bookkeeper. T. H. 
Breed, Seconal Bookh eper. .1 >hn T. Bouve, 
Dis caml Clerk. Edward 0. Rockwood, 
Colle tion Clerk. Erederick J. Chick, Jle*» 
sehger. Francis L. Daniels, Porter. 

Discount, Monday and Thursday. 

FANOTIL HALL BANK. 

South Market St., corner Merchants 
Row. Incorporated, 1851. 

Capital, 5500,0(0. 

Nathan Robbins, President. Jonas Ben- 
nett, Cashier. Nathan Robbins, Jos. C. 
Bailey, Jos. H. Curtis, Cephas C. Cham- 
berlin, Jonathan V. Fletcher, Dexter Fol- 
lett, Chas. J. Morrill, Reuben Rice, Ralph 
Warner, Directors. Edw. L. Tead, Pay- 
ing Teller. Walter J. Follett, Receiving 
Teller. Thos. G. Hiler, jr., Bookkeeper. 
Chas.H. Draper, Clerk. Willard.A. Bill- 
lard, Messenger. 

Discount, Monday and Thursday. 

F&BBMAN'S BANK, 

No, 217 F£i>eeal St. Incqrp., 1836. 

Capital, §400,000, 

Solomon Piper, Pre*. Jeremy Drake, 
Cashier. Solomon Riper, John It. Rogers, 
Ebenezer Atkins. Chas. E. Stratron, Lis- 
dale Drake, Charles E. Conk, Directors. 
Edwin A.' Sirnonds, Teller. Everett Burn- 
ham, Bookkeeper. Edgar W. D. Johnson, 
Messenger. 

Discount, Monday and Thursday. 

GLOBE BANK. 

No. 40 State St. Incorporated, 1324. 

Ca-'Ital, 51,000,000, 

Ignatius Sargent* President. Charles 
Sorague, Cashier. Ignatius Sargent, Abel 
Adams, Stephen Fairbanks, Henry Hall, 
Franklin II. Story, Ezra Lincoln, Direc- 
tors. William B.' Stevens, Paying Teller. 
Samuel S. Stevens, Receiving Teller . Oli- 
ver Cole, Bookkeeper. Chas. J. Sprague, 
jyiscoui'X Clerk. Charles S. Callender, 
General Clerk. Wm. S. Nichols, Collection 
Clerk and Messenger, Chuuneey Rock, 
Porter. 

Discount, Monday and Thursday. 

GRANITE BANK. 

No. 61 Sr\TK St. INCORPORATED, 1S32. 
Capital, 5900,000. 

James II. Beal, President. Andrew J. 
Lowd, Cashier. James H. Beal, Alpheus 
I a Iv. Jami ; McGregor, Jos. V. Bacon, 
Chas. Br, >ks, Geo. R. Sarnp .:. I >rn 
Howes, Elijah C. Emers »n, D reel vs. 
Joseph Cailender, Paying Teller. Chas. 
E. Richardson-, Receiving Teller. Edward 
C. Brooks, Bfr zkeeper. H. H. \V. Ed- 
rnands, Messenger uml Collection Clerk. 

Discount, Monday and Thursday. 



HAMILTON BANK. 
Xc. 66 State St. Incorporated, 1832. 

Capital, 5500,000. 

Daniel Denny, President. S. S. Blan- 
chard, Cashier. Daniel Denny, Thomas 
G. Carv, Gardner Brewer, Sam'i W. Svvett, 
Marshall R. Wilder, Thomas Wiggles- 
worth, Benj. F. White, Directors. Ed .vara 
Hearsey jr., Teller. George Leighton, 
Bookkeeper. John H. Pilshury, Clerk and 
Messenger. George A. Smith, Asst. Clerk, 

Discount, Wednesday and Saturday. 

HIDE AND LEATHER BANK. 

No. 60 State St. Incorporated, 1857. 
Capital, §1,000,000. 

Lee Clailin, President. John S. March. 
Cashier. Lee Ciafiin, John Field, Frederick 
Jones, William Claflin, John B. Alley, 
Henry Poor, Samuel Atherton, Tyler 
Bacheller, Daniel Harwood, . James S. 
Stone, Albert Thompson, N. M. Keen, 
Directors. William R. Broughton, Teller. 
James D. Martin, Bookkeeper. Geo. W. 
Simonds, Collection Clerk, Clement March, 
Assistant Clerk. Isaac D. Bianchard, 
Messenger. 

Discount, Tuesday and Friday. 

HOWARD B ANION G CO. 

No. 97 State St. Incorporated, 1853. 
Capital, 5530,000. 

Chas. Ellis, President. Geo. E, Hersey, 
Cashier. Chas. Ellis, Abijah W. Farrar, 
Abram Rrench.Rcuben E.Demmon, Elisha 
Atkins, I). B. Rising, L. M Clark, Direc- 
tors. Geo. D. Clark. Teller. Aaron S. Mc- 
intosh, Bookkeeper. Noah Robinson, Col- 
lection Clerk. Nathaniel G. Snelling, 
Assistant Clerk. 

Discount, Monday and Thursday. 

MARKET BANK. 

No, 1 Merck. Exchange. Incor. 1832. 

Capital, §560,000. 

Josiah Stickney, President. Jonathan 
Brown, jr., Cashier. Josiah Stickney, 
Francis O. Watts, Charles O. Whitmore, 
Abner II. Bowman, Benj. Sewell. Direc- 
tors. J as. W. Gushing, Teller. Benj. F. 
Teel, Bookkeeper. Charles E. Currier, 
Clerk. Charles S. Evans, Messenger. 

Discount, Wednesday and Saturday. 
Iff AS S A CEUSETTS B ANK. 



, 66 State St. Incorporated, 17S4. 
Capital, §800,000. 

ohn J. Dixwell, President. Jas. Dodd, 
•hier. John J. Dixwell, Geo. G Lrd 
nrge A. Gardner, Israel Lombard, 
:\ry A. Rice, Directors. Henry K. 



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thingham, Teller.. Thomas Lombard, 
kkeeper. Amasa L. Lincoln, Discount 
•/.-. Josiah E. Hayden, Messenger. 

Discount, Monday and Thursday. 



BANKS IN BOSTON. 



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MAVERICK BANK. 
No. 75 State St. Incorporated, 16-54. 

Capital, 5400,000. 

Samuel IIai.1. President. Samuel Phil- 
lips jr.. Cash. Sam'L Hall, Noah Sturte- 
v-r e, Wm. C. Barstow, Henrv N. Hooper, 
Martin L. Hall, Paul Curtis, William It. 
Lovejov, Directors. George F. Stone, XW- 
/-r. Alfred R. Turner, Bookkeeper. Wm. 
(J. Brooks, Jr., Messenger. 

Discount, Wednesday and Saturday. 

MECHANICS' BANK. 

NO. 0-5 D.ORCHESTER, Ave. Ixcoa., 1836. 
Capital, §250,000. 

James W. Converse, President. Alvan 
Simonds, Cashier. James W. Converse, 
John II. Jehks, Frederick Nickerson, 
Benjamin James, Benjamin B. Converse, 
Directors. Joseph, ii. Simonds, Book- 
keeper. Thomas S. Pycott, Messenger and 
Clerk. 

Discount, Monday. 

MERCHANTS* BANIL 

No. 28 State St. Incor., March, 1831. 

Capital, 54,000,000. 

Franklin Haven, President. John'K. 
Fuller, Cashier. Franklin Haven, Btii- 
jamin Burgess, Israel Whitney, Samuel 
Hoop§r, William Amory, J. Huntington 
Walcott, Samuel G. Ward, Geo. R. Rus- 
sell, Taos. C. Smith, Directors. James 
P. Hastings, Paying Teller. William Ray- ■ 
niond, Assistant Teller. Geo. Stirapson, 
Jr., Receiving Teller. Charles N. M. Lin- 
coln, Second Receiving Teller. E. Hubbard 
Severance, John P. Gore, Bookkeepers. 
Samuel C Ware. D. Lyman Laws, Ac- 
countants. William Henry Wadieigh, 
Discount Clerk. James Duncan, Corres- 
ponding Clerk. Thos. Bulfinch, Collection 
' ■ /.. John Barnes, George Hayden, 
Xles^n : ers. John W. Ransiead, Porter. 
Discount, Monday and TnursJay, 

NATIONAL BANK. 

No. 40 State Street. In cop.., 1S53. 

Capital, 57-50,000. 

John H. Wilkins, President. Charles 
B. Hail, Cashier. John H. Wilkins, Jno. 

E. Hazelron, Aor^.ham T. Lowe, Jena. 
Preston, Alexander 11. Rice, Ezra Farns- 
v.orth, David L. Webster, Directors. Dan'l 
B. Hallett, Teller. Theodore Baker, 
Discount Clerk. Henry W. Perkins, Jr., 
Bookkeeper. James H. Bouve, Messenger. 
Discount, Tuesday and Friday. 

NEW ENGLAND BANK. 

No. 67 State St. Ixco!U'ouatei>, 1813. 

Capital, $1,000,000. 

Thomas Lamb. President. Se h Pettee, 
V,i.ihUi\ Thos. Lamb, liohert C. IM n kay, 
Joeer-h Whitnev, Mace 'I, tale, Ducliev 
llail, John K.TlaH, John 4 '■• ! al .■ Brad- 
■ ■> Directors.. Samuel T. Thompson, 
Ttdier. James Swan, Bookkeeper. Chas, 
P. Swan, Collection Clerk. Charles K. 
Cnhn m, Mensenger. 

Discount, Tuesday and Friday. 



NORTH BANK 

No. 18 Kiley Street. Incor., 182-5. 
Capital, £750,000 
Chas. G. Nazro, President. John B. 
Witherbee, Cashier. Charles G. Nazro, ' 
Daniel Kimball, Elijah Williams, James 
Weld, Francis B. Lay. Edward H. El- 
dredge, Henry T. Daland, Directors. Wm. 
L. Barnes, Paying Teller. Sylvester 
Trull, Discount and Collection Clerk. 
John Chorley, Bookkeeper. Lvim'd Farns- 
worth. Messenger. 

Discount, Monday and Thursday. 

SAFETY FUND BANK. 

No. 41 State Sr. Organized 1353. 
Capital, 5-5 i0,00u. 

Abraham T. Lowe, President. Chand- 
ler R. Ransom, Cashier. Abraham T. 
Love, F. S. Carruth, Wm. H. Mill, Wm. 
J. Reynolds, S. H. Howe, Noble II Hill, 
Isaac Fenno, Isaac Sweetser, Otis Dauiell, 
Chas. W. Bryant, Artemas Stone, Direc- 
tors. John Carr, Teller. Henry W. 
Perkins, Bookkeeper. Chas. II. Draper, 
Discount Clerk. 

SHAWMUT BANK. 

No. 20 State St. Incorporated, 1S36. 
Capital, 57-50,000. 
Wm. Bramhall, President. Stephen G. 
Davis, Cashier. William .Bramhall, Bar- 
nabas Davis, John Gardner, Jairus B. Lin- 
coln, Benjamin T-. Reed, John C. Abbott, 
George Johnson, Directors. Josephus G. 
Tuft, Pcyhiq Teller. Nathaniel Lb Pond, 
Receiving Teller. Chas. II. Miller, Book- 
keeper. Thomas M. Bramhall, Collection 
Clerk. Jesse Osborne, Messenger. 
Discount, Monday. 

SHOE & LEATHER DEALERS' 

BANK. 
No. 13 Eiley St. Incorporated, 1336. 
Capital, #1,080,000, 
Caleb Stetson, President. Samuel Parr, 
Cashie)'. Caleb' Stetson, Josiah M. Jones, 
John Albree, Wm. B. Spooner, Oilman S. 
Low, William Burrage, John C. Potter, 
Albert Tirrell, Gerry W. Cochrane, Hi nry 
L. Daggett, Elisha N. Holbrook, Henry 
A. Whitney, Directors. Joshua Clark, 
Paying Teller. Geor-e L. Hask 11, Re- 
ceiving Teller. Henry W. Richards, 1st 
Bookkeeper, Elijah Howe, Jr,, 2d Book- 
keeper. "Francis E. Whitcornb, Collection 
Clerk. James E. Patch, Assistant Clerk. 
Benj. P. Hollis, Messenger. 

Discount, Tuesday and Friday. 

STATE BANK, 
No. 40 State St. Incorporated, 1811. 
Capital, 5 ] -- s >0,000. 
George Howe, President, James Sivrct, 
Cashier. Samuel Frothifigham, James S. 
Amory, Benj. Bane;-., Levi Bartlett, Sural. 
T. Dana, Geo. Howe, Robert M. Ma- 
son Jas, P. Thornrtike, Abner Kinsman, 
Directors. Chas. Bartlett, P XfingTelhr. 
John B. Gould, Receiving Teller. LLC. 
Millett, First Bookkeeper. Henry Pierce, 
Second Bookkeeper. Charles II. Smith, 
Discount Clerk. Herb't Curtis, Collection 
Clerk. Lewis Bass, Jr.,, risst. Clerk. Hi- 
ram Clapp, Messenger. 

Discount, Monday and Thursday. 



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SUFFOLK BANS. 

No. 03 State St. Incorporated, ISIS. 
Capital, 51,000,000. 

J. Araory Davis, President. Edw.Tyler, 
Cetehier. Jeremiah E. Bridge, Assistant 
Cashier, J. Amory Davis,* Nath. Hooper, 
Samuel Frothingham, jr., Francis Curtis, 
John A. Lowell, Jeffrey Richardson, Chas. 
Amory, Thomas A. Goddard. J. Wiley Ed- 
mands, E iw. Austin, Francis B. Crown- 
ingshield, William W.Tucker, Directors. 
Horatio Hobbs, Payinq Teller, Harrison 
G. Hunt, Receiving 'Teller. Charles E. 
Jackson, Note Teller, Charles L. Hol- 
brook, Bookkeeper. John E. Alden, C. 
F. Fitz, Assistant Bookkeepers. John W. 
Lefavour, Discount Clerk. Claudius B. 
Patten, Collection Clerk. Wm. Hunt, 
John M. Corbett, George Phippen. Jr., 
Chas. W. Stone. Assistant Clerks. Wm". 
Grubb, Daniel H. Belknap, EUR. Russell, 
Foreign Money Clerks. Chas. A. Tucker, 
Henry Tenney, Messengers. Chas. S. Mel- 
cher, Porter. 

Discount, Wednesday and .Saturday. 

TRADERS' BANE.. 

91 State Street. Incorpop.ated, 1831. 
Capital, 5600,000. 

A. W. Thixter, Presidetd. Jeremiah 
Gore, Cashier-, George Callender, Jabez 
T'V.hcr, Deming Jarves, Adam W. Thax- 
tcr. Fran is J. Parker, Joshua Stetson, 
Directors. Chas. J. Whipple, Teller. 
Thomas Waterman., Bookkeeper. Freder- 
ick S. ©aris, Discount Clerk. Thos. 
O. Braekett, Collection Clerk and Mes- 
senger. Horace Phi-brook, Assistant. 

Discount, Wednesday and Saturday. 
THEKTONT BA2TK. 

'i- ST.VTS STREET. IXCOK-OKATED 1S14. 

Capital, 51,2-30,000. 

Andrew T. Hal!, President. Amos T. 
Frothi-ighum, Cashier. Andrew T. Hall, 
E^ra it. Baker, Caleb Curtis. Nathaniel 
B. Gibbs, William Perkins, Charles B. 
Shaw, Uaae Thacher, Directors. Daniel 
E.Simw, Paying Teller. John K. Hinck- 
ley, Receiving Teller, Charles O. Tufts, 



Bookkeeper. Edw. Souther, Discount 
Clerk. J. Carter Cutter, Collection Clerk. 
John J. Underbill, Messenger. 

Discount. Monday and Thursday. 

UNION BANK. 

40 State Stkeet. Incorporated, 1792. 

Capital, £1,000,000. 

Thaddeus Nichols, President. Lemuel 
Gulliver, Cashier. . Thaddeus Nichols, 
Eben Dale, Nathaniel H. Emmons, Chas. 
Merriam, Edward S. Tobey, George C. 
Richardson, William Parsons, Charles 
Faulkner, Directors. Timothy Bryant, 
Paying Teller. Henry Howard, Receiv- 
ing Teller. . Almariri Trowbridge, Book- 
keeper. James Skiiton, Discount Clerk. 
A. Watson Grant, Messenger. 

Discount, Tuesday and Friday. 

■WASHINGTON BANK. 

No. 47 State St. Incor. 1S25. 
Capital, #750,000. 

Almon D. Hodges, President. Chas. 

A. Putnam, Cashier. Almon D. Hodges, 
Josiah P. Cooke, Josiah Stedman, Moses 
Williams, Francis Bacon, Alanson Tucker, 
Jr., Joseph W. Balch, Directors. Geo-. F. 
Dodge, Paying Teller. Francis A. Low, 
Receiving Teller, James H. Champney, 
Bookkeeper. William T. Hodges, Dis- 
count Clerk. Henry Kellogg, Messenger. 

Discount, Tuesday and Friday. 

WEBSTER BANK. 

No. 39 State, cor. Congress Street, 
Incor., 13-53. Capital, 51,500,000. 

William Thomas, President. Solomon 
Lincoln, Cashier. Wm. Thomas, George 

B. Upton, Lewis W, Tappan, H. Hoi lis 
Hunnewell, James ~M. Beebe, Wiiliain'F. 
Weld, Albert Fearing, Wm. B. Bac< n, 
George H. Kuhn. Directors. Edward W. 
Brown, Paying Teller. Chas. L. Riddle, 
Receiving Teller. Merrill N. Boyden, 
Bookkeeper. Eliery C. Daniell, Discount 
Clerk. William C. Durant, Collection 
Clerk. Caleh S. Brown, Messenger. 

Discount, at 10 o'clock, A. M., Tuesday 

and Fridav. 



BOSTON CLEARING HOUSE. 
No. 6o State Stubet. 



Franklin Haven, of the Merchants' Bank. Chairman. William Thomas, Webster 
Bank, Secretary. Andrew T. Hall, Tremont Bank ; Thomas Lamb, New England Bank ; 
A ., •': 1). liodares, Washington Bank ; Benjamin B.Bates, Bank of Commerce ; J. 
Amory Davis. Suffolk Bank, Standing Committee. Henry B. Groves, Manager. Chas. 
A; Elliot, Assistant Managtr. Eb-^n "Stafford, Messenger. 



BOSTON SAVINGS BANKS. 



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BOSTON SAVINGS BANKS 



BOSTON FIVE CJENTS SAV- 
INGS BANE. 

No. 3S School Street. 

Paul Adams, President. Charles Hud- 
son, Frid. Gould, E. B. Foster, John 
Gove, Edw'd Edmunds, Anson Burling- 
ame, Rollin II. Neale, Wm. Beals, A. L. 
Stone, Tolman Wiiley, Andrew Bigelow, 
David Kimball, Vice-Presidents, Alonzo 
H. Evans, Treasurer. Curtis C. Nichols, 
Secret" ry. William Claflin, John D. 
Philbrick, Geurge F. Williams, David L. 
Webster, Phineas Stowe, Dunl. W. Gooch, 
Elbridge G. Dudley, Roland Worthing ton, 
S. A. benio, Chandler R. Ransom, Albert 
Norton, Geo, F. Brown, jMoses Kimball, 
Francis B. Fay, Jos. Hunnewell, J. M. 
Stone, Eliphalet Pearson John P. Jewett, 
Solomon Piper, F. Andrews, <mo. R.Man- 
ley, Daniel F. Child, John G, Davis, Alon- 
zo Farrar, Trustees. 

Annual meeting on the first Tuesday 
\pril. 



EAST BOSTON SAVINGS 
BANK. 

Wejthbop Block, Mavebick. Sq., E. B. 

Samuel Hall, President. Ebenezer At- 
kins, Vice-President. .Albert Bowker, 
Secretary and Treas. Ebenezer Atkins, 
Geo. W. Brown, Wm. C. B ,?stow, Morrill 
Cole, Phineas M. Crane, Thomas D. De- 
mond, Wm. Fettvplace, Wm. C. Ford, 
Mark Googvns, Samuel Hall, Richard 
Hennessey, BenLLamson. Wm, R. Love- 
joy, Gilbert E.Pierce, FWnr-y Pigeon, G. 
li. Plum 'er, Jos. Bobbins, 2" oah S'tur- 
tevant, Alfred A. Wellington, Paul Cur- 
tis, Sum'! C. Allen, Nicholas Litchfield, 
John M, Doane, James Nute, Albert 
Bowker, Trustees. 



PEOPLE'S SAVINGS BANK. 
No. 141 Hanover Street. 

J. V. C. Smith, President. Isaac F. 
Shepard, Secretary and Treasurer. Geo. 
A. Pratt, Teller. The President, and 
Messrs. Converse, Guild, Adams, and 
Driscotl. Board of Investment. James W. 
'- ■■ ■ ■• ''■■ d rtc W. Lincoln, Jr., Wm. 
Adams, (j. \\ -ashingtOn Warren, Vice- 
I*r*sid< nti. Chester Guild, John C. Bodge, 
William D. Tieknor, Juan K. Hali^Tkos. 
Niekerson, Joseph M. Wightman, Fre- 
derick O. Prince, Nehemiah Boynton, 



Thomas Rice, Jr., Cornelius Driscoll, Geo. 
W. Chipmau, J as. M. Shutc, Thos. D. De- 
moud, 'Trustees. 



PROVIDENT INSTITUTION 
FOB. SAVINGS. 

Office, 12 Tempee Peace. 

Open daily from 9 to 1 o'clock. De- 
posits are received Monday, Tuesday and 
Wednesday, and payments are made on 
Thursday, Friday and Saturday. 

Wm. Appleton, President Peter Wain- 
relight, Treasurer. John Reed, Jr.. Vice' 
Treasurer. Wm. S. Dexter, Secretary. 
Samuel May, Robert Watcrston. John A. 
Lowell, William Amory, Edward Wiggles- 
worth, IX-.niel Denny, Aaron Baldwin, 
Charles Barnard, Stephen Fairbanks.Wm. 
T. Andrews, Henry Wainwright, Israel 
Lombard, Vice-President*. N. H Em- 
mons, George Howe, Peter R. Dalton, 
J. W. Fdm-mds, William Perkins, Benja- 
min F. White, George H. Kuan, Benjamin 
Thaxter, J. T. Stevenson, Geo. R. Minor., 
W. S. Bullard, J. J. Dixwell. Israel Whit- 
ney, H. H. Hunnewell, F. II. Story*. J.* 
Amory Davis, Henry Lee, Jr.. Andrew T. 
Hall, Moses Williams, Edw. Austin, Jas. 
M. Beebe, Francis Bacon, Thus. I>. Waits, 
Edward C c ;! m a n , T> 1 1 -s tees . 

Annual meeting, third Wednesday in 
December. 



SUFFOLK SAVINGS BANK 

FOR SEAMEN & OTHERS. 

Office, Savings Bank Buildiso. 
30 Teejiont Stueet. 

Open daily, from 9 to 1 o'clock, P. M. 
Deposits received and payments made 
daily, 

Thomas Lamb, President. Samuel II. 
Wailey, Vice-President, Charles Henry 
Parker, Secretary and Treasurer. Juan 
B. Alley, Francis Bacon, Geo. M. Pa: ird, 
James M. Bcebe, Geonze William Lkmd, 
Caleb Curtis, Samuel T. Dana, J. Wiley 
Edmands, Albert Fearing, Nathan B. 
Gibbs, Alpheus Hardv, Jabez 0. Howe, 
Abner Kin-man, Henry Lincoln, Chas. J. 
Morrill, Chas. U.N. :ro, Chas. II. Parker, 
Henry A. Peiree, William Perkins, Geo. 
R. Sampson, Charles Scndder, Isaac 
Thacher, Edw. S. Tobey, Thomas Wig- 
glcsworth. Manage rs . 
Annual meeting second Tuesday in April. 



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COUNTRY BANKS. 



ABINGTON BANS. 
Abingtox. Incor. 18-50. Capital, 

.$1.50,000. 
Asaph Dunbar, President. J. N. Far- 
rar. Cashier. A^aph Dunbar, Cushing 
Mucbel, Joshua Whifinarsh. Joseph Clev- 
erly, Samuel Blake Jr.. Jenkins Lane, 
Goddard .Reed, Baxter Cobb, John Lane, 
Directors. 

Discount, Monday. 

ADAMS BANK. 
Adams. Incor. 1S32. Capital. £300,000. 
Win. E. Brayton, President. C. 11. Little- 
neld, Cashier. Samuel Ingalls, Sanford 
Biaekington, Thomas A. Brayton, R H. 
Vi ells, la.L. Dawes, Isaac De:an, Directors. 
Discount, Thursday. 

AGAWAIS BANE!. 
Springfield. Incgr. 1846, Capital, 

5300,000. 
Theodore Stebhins. President. Frederick 
S. Bailey, Cashier. Theodore Stebbins, 
Chester W. Chapin, M. Ciiapin, J. B. M. 
?UebhJns, Daniel L. Harris, J. B. Vinton, 
E. couihworth, Lombard Dale, Roderick 
Ashley, Directors, J. F. Hartwell, Teller. 
L. Warner, houkkcep^r. 

Discount, Daily. 

AGRICULTURAL BANK. 
Pittsfield. Incgr, 1818. Capital, 

5200,000. 
■G«.W.-C.«n ? beII. Preside J,-. n R, 

; V;vrr -- r i '.' -r. hdwin Ciapp, O, ifge 

Yt'r- ' ' r ' : ' '"* ' " '• ^'- P'unkett. Ensign 
g; keiiogg, W in. B. Cooiev, J. B. Crane, 
)V. M. Hoot, Directors. B." M. Lawrence, 
T A-,. S. II. Piatt, Clerk, 

Discount, Tuesday and Friday. 

ANDOVER BANS, 

A>'Do\2e,. Incor. 1S26. Capital, 
S2.50.000 
^ John Flint, President. Moses Foster, 
Jr., Cashier. Amos Abbott, Francis Cogs- 
well John Flint, Nathan Frve. Moses T. 
Stevens, Nathaniel Swift, John L. Taylor. 
Directors. 

J iseourrt, Tuesday and Friday. 

APPLETON BANK. 
Lowell. Lxcor. 1847. Capital, 

3200,000. 
John rVKnowies, President, rdhn. F. 
-jy :i ' ; ,,: ' ' ' .'■'■"■ Jn - :i A. Kttdwloa, J. 
*;• trent.i, Isaac Farrington, Ransom 
Reed, George Bragdon, John Nesmith, 
Aimer Vt . lintirkk. W ra . A. Richardson, 
Vnd.am Nichols, Directors.lX W. C ish- 
tng, (.'/«-,.. 

Discount, Monday and Thursday. 



ASIATIC BANK. 

Salem. Incor. 1824. Capital, 
£315,000. 

Joseph S. Cabot, President. Wm. H. 
Foster, Cashier. George Wheatland, 
Gilbert G. NewhalL N. A. Frye, Leonard 
B, Harrington, James B. Curwin, Geo.F. 
Brown, Directors. Charles PL Towne, 
Bookkeeper, Wm. J. Foster, Teller. D. E. 
Saunders, Clerk. 

Discount, Monday, Wednesday and 
Friday. 

ATTLEBORG' BANK 

North Attlerof.o'. Incor. 1S35. 
Capital, $100,000. 

E. I. Richards, President. W. D. Cot- 
ton, Cashier. Wilhird BSackington, E.I. 

Richards, George B. Richards. Samuel M. 
Holraan, Ezekiel Bates. Josiah D. 

Richards, H. F. Harrows, Abial Codding 
Jr., J. J. Freeman, Directors. 
Discount, Monday. 

BANK C? BRIGHTON, 

Brighton. In cor. 1S32 Capital, 
$250,000. 

Samuel Phillip? , Pres id en t. Ch arles C. 
Hutchinson, Cashier. Edward Sparhawk. 
Stephen H. Bennett, James Dana, Dexter 
Fay, Samuel Bigelow, David Collins, J. 
Warren Hollis, 'Then. Matchett, James 
Stetson, Nathaniel Jackson, Horace W. 
Jordan, Directors. Be!a S. Fisk, Teller. 
Discount, Monday and Thursday. 

BANS OF CAPE ATTN. 

[Gloucester. Incorporated 1S55. 
Capital, §150,000, 

Gorham P. Low, president. Samuel J. 
Giles, Cashier. Gorham P. Low. A . B. 
Vannevar., John Pew, Gpo. F. Wonson, 
David S. Day, Joshua P. Trask, Joseph 

O. Proctor, Directors. 

Discount, Thursday. 

BANK OF CAPE COD. 

Harwich. In corpora ted 1555. 
Capital, $100,000. 
P. S. Crowell, President. Obed 
Brooks, Cashier. P. S. Crowell, Solo- 
mon Freeman, Isaac S. Dnane, Thacher 
Ryder, Seth Ryder, Zebina H. Small, Wat- 
son Baker, Joseph P. NWkerson, J. K. 
Baker, Benj. Freeman, Directors. 

BARNSTABLE BAKU. 

Yarmouth Tort. Incorporated 1825. 
Capital, $350,000. 

Isaiah Crowell, President. Amos Otis, 
Cashier. Isaiah Crowell, Alexander Bax- 
ter, Nath'l S. Simpkins, David II. Akin, 



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of Yarmouth; Ebenezer Baron, George 
Lovell, Zenas D. Bassett, of Barnstable; 
Seth Crowell, of Dennis; Anthony Kelly, 

Valentine Doane, of Harwich, Directors. 
Discount, Thursday. 

BASS RIVER BANK. 

Beverly. Incorporated 185L 
Capital, $100,000, 

A. N. CI ark, of Beverly, President. 
Jonathan Nichols, Cashier. Daniel Fos- 
ter, of Beverly ; John I'. Baker, of Beverly; 
Benjamin Courtney, of Essex; Isaac 
Knowlton Hamilton, David Crowell, A. M. 
Chrk, John A. Greene, of Beverly, Di- 
rectors. 

Discount, Tuesdays and Fridays. 

BAY STATE BANK. . 

Lawrence. Incorporated 1847. 
Capital, £500,000. 

Charles S. Storrow, President. Nath'l 
White, Cashier. Chas, S. Storrow, Geo. 
L. Davis, D. S. Swan, Henrv Barton, Geo. 
W. HiUs, Chas. H. Parker, Henry Wuln- 
wright, Directors. C. A. Colby, Teller. 
N.P. Houghton, Clerk. 

Discount, Monday. 

EEI3PG2J5 CTOtBEEacaiasCi 

BANK. 

New Bedford. Incorporated 1816. 
Capital, $600,000. 

Edward Mott Bobinson, President. 
Ifaos. B. White, Cashier. Matthew Row- 
land, Thomas S. Hathaway, Thomas Nye, 
Jr.. Win. Hathaway, Jr., Edward Mott 
Robinson, Charles L. Wood, Wm. C. N. 
Swift. Georse Kussev. WiUhm J. Botch, 



F. Co irabs, Assistant Cashier. Tiu 
F. Palmer, Clerk. 

Discount, Monday and Thursday. 

TPOTL'BLY SAHE. 

Beveret. Incorporated 1812, 
Capital, si2o,C00. 



mas 



Samuel Endicott, Pre 
Bennett, Cashier. Ezra 



;. Robert G. 

sgwood, Wm. 
Porter, Abraham Edwards, John Pickett, 
Andrew 1\ Leach, William Endicott, Di- 
rectors. 

Discount, Monday and Thursday. 



BLACKS TONE "BANS. 

Oxbridge. Incorporated 182.5. 
Capital, £100,000. 

PaulWhitiiii President. Ebehezer W. 
KayWard, Cashier. Paul Whitin, Joseph 
Day, J. E. Southwsck, Moses Taft, Israel 
PUuamcr, Silas M. Whcelock, Fenner 
Bai h< lor, George S. Taft, Jacob Taft, Di- 
rectors* 

Discount, Monday. 



BLUE HILL BANK. 

Dorchester. Incorporated 1832. 
Capital, #159,000. 

A<=aph Churchill, President. Eleazer 
J. Bispham, Cashier. Roswell Gteason, 
Thomas Liversidge, Asaph Churchill] 
Thomas Hollls, Jr., Edmund J. Baker. 
Otis Wright, Edward H. It. Ruggles, Di- 
rectors. 

BRIGHTON MARKET BANK. 

Brighton. Incorporated 1S54. 

Capital, §250,000. 

Life Baldwin, President. Abner I, Ben- 
yen. Cashier. Life Baldwin, Chas. Heard, 
Jacob F, Taylor, Granville Fuller, Hiram 
Barker, George II. Brooks, Edmund Ri< e, 
Jr., Stephen Smith, Edward 0. Sparhawk% 
Elias D. Bennett, Willard H. Giles, Ho- 
race W. Baxter, Directors. C. W.Varnev, 
Clerk. 

BRISTOL COUNTY BANK. 

Taunton. Incorporated, 1833. 

Capital, #350,000. 

Theodore Dean, President. William 
Brewster, Cashier. 'Chas. Foster, Francis 
S. Monroe, II. W. Church, Edwin Keith, 
Salmon Washburn, of Taunton; Thets. 
Dean, of Eaynham ; Cromwell Leonard, 
of Norton ; Arternas Hale, of Bridgewat* r ; 
H. M. Pool, of Easton, Directors. Geo, 
W. Andres, Clerk. 

Discount, daily. 

BUN&Ea HILL BANX. 

Charlestown. Incorporated 1829. 
Capital, §30 IJJ00. 

Edward Lawrence. President. Th - is 
Marshall, Cashier. Tlu m is M. Call ■-. 
James Adams, William* Arnold, Daniel 
White, George A. Kettell, Timothy T. 
Sawyer, Joseph Souther, Jr.. G ■ .■_•■ ; 
Adams, Directors. George E. Lincoln 
Teller. James Adams, Jr., Clerk. Geo. 
E. Carr, Assistant Curie. Chas. Buxchi .;., 
Messenger. 

Discount, Tuesday and Friday. 

CABOT 3Ai;Z, 

Chicopee, Incorporated 18i-3. 
Capital, §1 ">'. 30. 

Jerome Weils, President. Henrv II. 
Harris, Cashier. J< r< rise ft' Ills, Sylvam a 
Adams, Timothy W. Carter, John Cha e, 
Sidney Chapin, E. P. Kimball, Directors. 
J. Chapin, Clerk. 

Discount, daily. 



cax-ibio.lgi] bank. 

Cam bridge port. Incorporated IS-i >. 
Capital, £100,000. 

1 nomas Whittemore, President. L iciui 
li. Paige, Cashier, liolicrt Douglas*, 



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Thomas Whittemore, Benjamin TiUon, D. 
U. Chamberlain, Ira Stratton, Directors. 
George W. Livcrmore, Solicitor. Joseph. 
Whitteraore, Clerk and Messenger. 

Discount, Monday and Thursday. 

aAXCBBIDGE CITY BANS. 

Cambuidoe. Incorporated lS->3- 
Capital, £100,000. 

John Livermore, President. Edward 
Richardson, Cashier. John Livermore, 
Samuel P. Heywood, Joseph A. Holmes, 
EUnhalet Davis. H. SI. Cha.mbcri.iin, Geo. 
T. Gale, Geo. W. Whittemore, Directors. 
R, Litchfield, Jr., Messenger. 

Discount, Monday evening. 

CAMBRIDGE MARKET BANK. 

jCambiudgb. Incorporated 1851. 
Capital, §150,000. 

George Meacharn., President. Warren 
Sahg«?r, Cashier Geo. W. Lewis^George 
Meacham, Henry Potter, Calvin Diraick, 
S. F. Woodbridge, C. W. Kingsley, Di- 
rectors. Geo. M. Thayer, Messenger. 
Discount, Wednesday, 

CENTRAL, BANK. 

Worcester. Incorporated 1829. 
Capital, §350,0 «0. 

John C. Mason, PrevAeni. George C. 
Bhrelow, Cashier. I. Washburn, Charles 
G. Prentiss, J. C. Mason Joseph Mason, 
G. F. Hoar. Edward K. Hemenway, P. L. 
Btioen, George Chandler, Samuel Wood- 
ward, Directors. G. F. Hoar, Solicitor. 
)l • ry A. Marsh, Teller. E. D. Coggswell, 
Iksvkktep?r. Walter J. Hapgood, Clerk. 

Discount, Monday. 
CHARLES RIVER BANK 



UA.Vi.TAL, 510iJ t Vf.Hj. 

Charles C. Little, President. Eben 
BnW, Cashier. Charles C. Little, Win, 
T. Ricru! Uon, Abel Wiiiard, Oliver Hast- 
ings, Chauncj Smith, Directors. VVni.M, 
S ao .v , t ,\ ri k a n d J/es senger. 

Discount, Wednesday. 

CHICOPEE BANK. 

Sp&ingfield. Incorporated 1832. 
Capital, 300,000. 

PJb.Uo F. Wilcox. President. Thomas 
Warner, Cashier. P. F. Wilcox, Henry 
I ufiw, Jr.. J. B. RumriH, George Walker, 
G. f). Biss Elijah W. Blis*, J.D. Brewer, 
l ' r : .;■». T Aitcheson, Bookkeeper. F. 
H. Fuller j CWr.i. 

Discount, every day. 

CITIZENS BANK, 

'Worcester. Incorporated 1S36. 

Capital, £1.50,000. 

Francis T. Merrick, President. John 
C. R'tp't-y. Cnhier. F. T. Merrick, F. H. 
Kinarctrit. Ah\hv>ny Chase, George A. 
yrambull, D. Waldo Lincoln, Directors. 
Discount,- Monday. 



CITY SANK. 

Lynn. Inc. 1854. Capital, $100,000. 

Amos P. Tapley, President. Benjamin 
V. French, Jr., Cashier. Amos P. Tapley, 

Thomas P. Richardson, Phillip P. Tapley, 
Otis Johnson, Lyman B.Frazier, Directors. 
. Richard J. Nichols, Clerk. 

Discount, Tuesday. 

CITY BANK. 
• Worcester. Inc. 1854. Capital, 

5400,000. 

George W. Richardson, President. Na- 
thaniel Paine, Cashier. George W. Rich- 
ardson, Calvin Foster, Lewis Barnard, 
William B. Fox, Jr., H. N. Bigclow, 
CharFs Deven*, Jr., George M. Rice, 
James B. Blake, Directors. Chas. Devens, 
Jr., Solicitor. Lewis W. Hammond, Book- 
keeper. Arthur A. Goodell, Teller. 
Discount, Monday. 

COMMERCIAL BANK. 
Salem. Lnc, 1339. Capital, $200,000. 

William Sutton, President. Edward H. 
Payson, Cashier. William D. Waters, 
James C. Stimpson, Geo. W. Keene, M. 
W. Shenard, John Jewett, Wm. P. Good- 
hue, Director?. S B. Buttiiek, Book- 
keeper. G. L. Streeter, Clerk. 

Discount, Monday, Wednesday, and 
Friday. 

CONCORD BANK 

Concord. Incorp. 1832.' Capital, 

$100,000. 
Daniel Shattuck. President. John M. 
Cheney, Cashier. Nathan Brooks, Nehe- 
raiah Ball. Elijah Hale, Cyrus Warren, 
Cyrus Stow. George Heywood, Stedman 
Buttrickj Samuel Staples. Directors* 
Discount, Monday. 

CONWAY BANK. 

Conway. Incoup. 1854. Capital, 

5125,000. 

Luther Bodman, Jr., President. Wil- 
liam C. Robinson, Cashier. L. Bodman, 
Jr., James S. Whitney, Charles Parsons, 
Austin Rice, Lewis Bodrnan, Josiah Allis, 
Joseph Crafts. Wm. C." Campbell, J. C. 
Arms, Samuel W. Hall, E. D. Hamilton, 
Directors. 

BAKVEIiZ BANS. 

South Danveks. Inc. 1825. Capital. 
£150,000. 

Eben Sutton, President. George A. 
Osborne, Cashier. Eben Sutton, Warren 
M. Jacobs, Robert S. Daniels, David 
Daniels, Jonathan Kin^, E. T. Osborn, 
Joseph Osgood, Directors. 

Discount, Tuesday and Friday. 

DEDHAI'I BANK. 
D?dham. Inc.1814. Capital, g30O,O0Q. 

Jeremy Stimson, President. Lewis H- 

Kingsbury, Cashier, J. Svimson, Edward 



COUNTRY BANKS. 



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U, Rich&rds/Ira Cleveland, E/ra W. Taft, 
Joseph Day, of Dedham ; Daniels Car- 
penter, of FoxbOro'; Adams Daniels, of 
died way, Directors. John H. B. Thayer, 
Clerk. 

Discount, daily. 

ESSEX BANK. 

HAVERHILL. iXCORP. 18-51. CAPITAL, 

5100,000. 

James Gale, President. "William Cald- 
well, Cashier. John C. Tilton, Franklin 
Brio kett, Eiias T. Ingaiis, James Gale, 
Leverett Kimball, Directors. 



EXCHANGE BANS. 

Salem. Inc. 1823. Capital, 5200,000. 

John Webster, President. J. Chadwick, 
Cashier. J C. Lee, W.D. Pickman, John 
Webster, S.G.Wheatland, Nathan Nichols, 
Henry L. Williams, Joseph. F. Walden, 
Directors. Joseph H. Webb, Bookkeeper. 
S, G. iSymonds, Clerk. 

Discount, Monday and Thursday. 

FAIRHAVSN BANK. 
Faieuaven. Incorf. 1831. Capital, 

5300,000. 

Ezekiel Sawin , President,, Reuben Nye, 
CasJUer. Ezekiel Sawin, Henry A. Church, 
George F. Tripp; J.oseph Tripp, W. Del- 
ano, F. II. Whitweli, Win. P. Jenney, 
Wilson Pope, Philemon Fuller, Directors. 
Discount, Monday and Thursday. 



PALL RIVER BANS. 
Fall Rives. Incokp. 182-5. Capital, 

5ooi»,ooo, 

T) j,vrd Anthonv, Pr4$i$mt. itenry H. 
Fi,h. CcsAitr. SJavicl Anthony. Richard 
Eovdea, John S Cotton, Joseph M rbl-e, 
Abner Slade, William Muuday, Guilford 
K. Hathaway, 'Directors. Geo. R. Fiske, 
Teller. John J. Eddy, Clerk. 
Discount, Monday. 

FALMOUTH BANK 

Falmouth. Incorp. 1821. Capital, 
£100,000. 
John Jenkins," President. Samuel B. 
Bourne. Cashier. John Jenkins, O. C 
Swift, Knmvles Butler, Erasmus Gould, 
Silas .Jones, Thomas Lewis, Jr., Warren 
N. Bourne, Directors. 

FTTCHEUP.O 3 ANIL 

Fitchburg. Incorp. 1S32. Capital, 
5250,000. 
Francis Perkins. President. Ebenezer 
Tone;., Cashier. Charles J. Billings, As- 
tisitin't Cashier. J. A. Marsha:!, Walter 
lb wood, Nathaniel Woo i, [vers Phillips, 
Charles W. Wilder, Stephen Shepley, 
frTtchbufgj Porter Piper, Leominster; 
Ephraira M-ur clock, Jr., Winehendon ; 
Levi Heywodd, Gardner; Wm. I). Peek, 
Seeding; Geo. Whitney-, Eoyaisioa, Di- 
rectors. 

Discount, Monday. 



FRAMINCrHAIYT BANK 

Framing-ham. Inc. 1833. Capital, 
52)0.000. 
Sullivan Fay, President. Francis Jaques, 
Cashier. Moses Edgell. Jtson Hall, I. S. 
Wheeler, Charles H. Train, James W. 
Clark, George Phipp--, of Framinghara ; 
Sullivan Fay, of Southboro*; J. B. Wol- 
cott, of Natick, Directors. 

Discount, Mondny. 

FRANKLIN COUNTY BANK. 

Greenfield. Incorp. 1843. Capital 
5200,000. 
Henry W r . Cushman. President. Chas. 
I. Fuller, Cashier. Henry W. Cushman, 
W r end-ll T. Davis, William Keith, Whit- 
ing Griswold, Hardin Hcmrnenway. Quin- 
tus Allen, Joel Fay, John S Ward, Wm. 
B. Washburn, Ira Abercrombie, Directors. 
Discount, every day. 

GLOUCESTER BANK 

Gloucester. Incokp. 179-3. Capit-vl, 
5300,000. 
Isaac Somes, '/'resident. B. F. Somes, 
Cashier. Isaac Some-., John W. Lowe, 
Frederick G. Low, 13. K. Hough, Epes W. 
Merchant, Edward Babson, Nathaniel Ba.b- ' 
son, Director. 

luscount, Tuesday. 

GRAFTON BANK. 

G s aft on-. Ixc! 85 1- . Cap ; r a l , f 1 . . 

John. W. Sloeomb, President. Jsmaifa n 

Gary, Cashier: J. W. Sloeomb, Jona. D. 

Wheeler, Erastus Fisher, H. 1). P. Bige- 

low, Alfred Morse, Esek Saunders, E. B. 
Stoddard, Directors. 

Discount, Mondav. 



GRAND 



J$JxiH xL, 



Maeblehead. Ixcokp. 1831. Capital, 
5100,000. 
E b e n e z e r B . P r 1 i i I i p s , P res ide at. J s c p h 
P. Turner, Cashier. Knott Marrin, A . i 
Gardner, Thomas Garney, Henry V. Pit- 
man, George Wilson, Ebcii^zer B. Pi. 11 ips, 
William T. Haskell, Dire dors. 

Discount, Monday, Wednesday, and 
Friday. 

GREENFIELD BANK. 

Greenfield. Incokp. 1S22. Capital, 

5200,000. 

William B. Washburn, J'r-s : dr-ni. F W. 

Russell, Cashier. W illiam B. Was! burn, 

Franklin Ripley, George 1' Davis, Lucius 

Nuns, Davis Godd trd, Directors. 

Discount, daily. 

HADLEY FALLS BANK 

Holtoke. Incorp. 1851. Capital, 

§200,000. 
A. D. Chapin, President. Charles W. 
Rsndlet, Cashier. Joel Miller, Cynn f'riuk, 

Jonas Kendall, Chester Grails, Whising 
Street, Alfred 'White, G. C. Lyman, J. C. 
Paraoos. Directors. 



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HAMPDEN BANK. 

Westfield. Ixcop.p. 182.3. Capital, 

$150,000. 
Edward B. Gillette, President. R. Wel- 
h'T, Cashier. Alvan Fowler, Hiram Hull, 
Edward B. Gillette, Benjamin Little, Jas. 
Noble, 2d, Thomas Knlel, William O. 
Fletcher., Directors. 

HAMPSHIRE MANUP. BANK. 
Waiie. Inc. 1825- Capital, $3-30,000. 

Orrln Sage, President* William Hyde, 
Cashier, Henry Ives, AssiStTfTi't Cashier. 
O. Sage, S. Mixter, William Mixter, Ezra 
Gary, John Ward, John Warner, Joseph 
Hartwell, W. S. Brakenridge, Nathan 
Richardson, Otis Laac, Directors. 

HAVERHILL BANK. 

Haverhill. ♦ Incorp. 1836. Capital, 
#200.009. 

John A. Appleton, President. James 
E. Gale, Cashier. John A. Appleton, 
Humphrey Hoyt, Charles Haseltine, John 
J. Marsh, Albert Kimball, Directors, 
Discount, Monday. 

EINGEAH BANK. 

HlXGHAM. InCOBP. 1828. CAPITAL, 
£140,900, 

Nathaniel- Richards, Prrsident. John 
O.Lnvftt, Cashier. Royal Whitpn, David 
Lincoln, Ebenezer Gay, Alfred Loring, 
Ceo. Lincoln, R. T. P. Fiske, Rufus Lane, 
Jr., Crocker Wilder, Directors. 
Discount, Monday. 

HOLLXSTON BAKU. 
Rolliston. iNCOTtP. 1854. Capital, 



Win. S. Batchelder, Preside>it. Ruins 
V. Brewer, Cashier. W. S. Batchelder, 
S. G. Burnap, Cyrus Houghton, Alden 
Leiand, Elias Dullard, Stephen Metealf, 
of Hollis:on ; Clark Patridge, of Medway ; 
A. R. Leiand, of Sherborn ; Appleton 
Bragg, of Bragville, Directors. 
Discount, Monday. 

EOLYOKE BANS. 

KOEXHAHPTON. IsC. 1848. CAPITAL, 

g200,000. 

Samuel WilMston, President. William 
B II --le, Cashier. Oliver Edwards, Sam'l 
Wi;Iiston, George Alien, Austin Smith, 
J el ilayden, Charles Delano, Silas M. 
Smith, Oliver Watson, Haynes K. Stark- 
m uh.tr, Jr., Directors. 

HOFKINTON BANK. 

Ixcnor. 18-33. Capital, $150,000. 

L. II. Bt»wker, President. James S. 
Tilcstou, Cu 7iier. Krastus Then nson, 
L, IL B*uvU«r, s. Boyd, B. D. Godfrey, 
N. P. C> burn, Oh actors. 



Discount, Monday. 



HOUSATONIC BANK. 

StocSbridoe. Ixcor, 1825. Capital, 
£200,000. 

Charles M. Owen, President. Daniel 
R. Williams, Cashier. Jonathan E. Field, 
Charles M. Owen, Thomas Hurlburt, Wm. 
Whitney, N. B. Pickett, Lawson B. Bid- 
well, Seth Seymour, Directors. L. S. 
Pease, Teller. 

Discount, Monday. 

JOHN HANCOCK BANS. 
Springfield. Capital, §150,000. 

James M. Thompson, President. Ed- 
mund D. Chapin. Cashier. James M. 
Thompson, Edward Ingersoll, Thomas H. 
Allen, Walter II. Bowdoin, Pliny Cad- 
well, George Ashmun, Elisha Gunn. Jr , 
Directors. James D. Safford, Clerk. 
Discount, daily. 

LAIGHTON bank. 

Lynn. Inc. 1819. Capital, 5200,000. 

.Henry Newhall, President. Ezra W. 
Mudge, Cashier. Henrv Newhall, James 
N. Butfum. Jacob S. Aber, J. B. Larnper, 
Benjamin F. Newhall, Joseph P. Newhall, 
Samuel M. Bubier, Directors. Wm. Lloyd 
Garri^c-n, Jr., Clerk. 

Discount, Monday and Thursday. 

LAN-G&S.TER BANK. 

Lancaster. Inc. 1830, Capital, 
#200,000. 

Jacob Fisher, President. Caleb T. 
Symmes, Cashier. Jacob Fisher, John 
G. Thurston, Amory Holman, Anthony 
Lane, Sidney Karris, J. S. Buttrick, Geo. 
Cummings, Dii^sm.- 

Discount, Monday. 

LECHl'TEIlE BA1TK. 

East CASHaroG*. Inc. 1833. Capital, 
§100,000, 

•Lewis Hall, President. John Savage, 
Jr., Cashier. Lewis Hall, Amory Hough- 
ton, Thomas Dana, Sam'l Sloeomb, lv. S. 
Chaffee, Francis Draper, A. C. Sanborn, 
Directors. Benj. F. Gilbert, Messenger. 
Discount, Monday. 

LEE BANK. 
Lee. Inc. 1836. Capital, $300,000. 

Thomas Sedgwick, President. Edward 
A. Bliss, Cashier. S. A. Hulbert, William 
Taylor, Thomas Sedgwick, Harrison Gar- 
field, Miner Chaffee, Directors. 
Discount, daily. 

LEICESTER BANK. 

Leice.sti:l\. In cob.. 1826. Capitvl, 
§200, i! ■. 

Chenev Hatch, P) d i t. Daniel r '. 
j Merriam", Cashier. Chi n'ev Hat. h, J. A. 
| Smith, 11 iram Knight, Jostah Green, W .. 

Hatch. D wjght L-iiscoe, Charles Barm -. 

John Woodcock, Joseph us Woodcock, Lh- 

rectors. 

Discount, Wednesday. 






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LOWELL BANK 

Lotztl. In. cor. 1828. Capital, 
5290,000. 

Jam*s G. Carney, President. J. L. 
ft [way. Cashier. C. M. Williams, C/ t ;v;. 
Jc bu i Bennett, Samuel L. Dana, John O. 
Green, Stephen Gushing, Cvril French, 
James G. C trney, Nathaniel Wright, Hap- 
guod "Wright, Daniel Cashing, Directors. 
Discount, Monday and Tuesday. 

LYNN MECHANICS' BANK 
Lynx. Inc. 1814. Capital, 250,000. 

Isaiah Breed, President, William Bas- 
sett, Cashier. Isaiah Breed, Micajah B. 
Pratt, John Lovejoy, Nathan Breed,- 
Joseph N. Sanderson, Nathan D. Chase, 
Samuel Boyce, John Wooldridge, William 
S. Boyce, Directors. WilHdm Eassett, Jr., 
Teller. George W. Newhall, Clerk. 
Discount, Tuesday and Friday. 

MACHINISTS* PANEL 

Tal'nton, Ingor. 1S47. Capital, 
$200,000. 

Marcus Morton, President. Charles R. 
Vkkery, Cashier. T. R. Drake, A. J. 
Barker,' Artemas Briggs, Horatio Pratt, 
Nathan Band, Horace Lewis, of Taunton, 
Directors. 

Discount, every day. 



MAHAIWE 3ANE 



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HARRINGTON', iXCOR. ib~,. 

Capital, §200,000. 

John L. Dodge. President. J. P. Bun- 
dle, Cashier. Edward P. Woodworth, 
Gilbert Munson, Seta Norton, Chester 
Goodaie, Noah Gibson, Benjamin F. Du- 
rai t, Directors. 



i ae.-r?av. 



ilALDSN B. 



Matden. 



10- 



1851. Capital, 
)00. 



EHsha S. Converse, Pre ident. Charles 
Merrill, Cash «*. Elisha S. Converse, 
1'iai klin L. Fay, Thomas Wait, George 
Emerson, A. D. SarapsoH s Directors. 

Discount, Thursday. 

MARBLEHEAD BANK. 

Makblrhead. Incor. ISO}. Capital, 
$120,000. 

William Hammond, President. John 
Sparhawk, Jr., Cashier. William Ham- 
c md, William Courtis, Henry Hooper, 
Samuel Sparhawk, George Knight, Ben}. 
Lmristey, John F. Harris, Directors. 

MARINE BANK. 
Ni.v.- Bedpord. Incor. LS32. Capital, 

$600,000. 

Joseph Grim.ell, President. John P. 

;' trk< r, Cashier. Joseph GriniwU, Gl-q. 

F. Barker, James Howiarid, Edward C, 

Jones, Lemuel iv.iiock, Ward M. Parker, 

9 



Edward W. Howland, William GifFord, 
Ephraim Kempton, Directors. Harrison 
G. Lowell, Teller. George B. Hathaway, 
Wm. A. Church, Bookkeepers. 

Discount, Tuesday and Friday. 

MARTHA'S VINEYARD BANK. 

EuGARTowitf. Incor. 1854. Capital, 

$100,000. 

Daniel Fisher, President. Joseph T. 
Pease, Cashier. Daniel I isher, Wra. H. 
Munroe, Ira Darrow, Joseph Holley, 

Benjamin Worth, Henry Pease, 2d, Abra- 
ham Osborn, Thomas Barrows, Bartlett 
May hew, Directors. 

Discount, Tuesday. 

MASSASOIT BANS. 
Fall River. Incor. 1846. Capital, 

$200,000. 

Isrser BufSnton, President. Leander 
Borden. Cashier. Iram Smith, Edmund 
Cnace, Jr., S. H. Miller, Israel Burfinton, 
Alden Hathaway, Jr., Joshua Remington, 
Charles P. Stickney, Directors. Charles 
R. Batt, Clerk. 

Discount, Wednesday. 

MATTAPAN BANK. 

Dorchester. Incor. 1849. Capital, 

$100,000. 

Oliver Hall, President. Williams B. 
Brooks, Cashier. FlavelMoseley, Chas. 
Ranstead, Chas. Carruth, M. Field r .. .r, 
Oliver Hall, Directors. 

MECHANICS' BANK. 

NEW3CRTPORT. IXCOR. 1S12. CAPITAL, 

5200,000. 

Moses .Dayeap-OTt, President. John An- 
drews, Cashier. Moses Davenpart, i: .': 
Bayley, Jacob Hortm, Josin i :.."' . J ... 
Johnson, Edward S. Moseley, Eben F . 
Stone, Director;. George W. Hill, Ek ■'.- 
keeper. 

Discount Monday. 

MECHANICS' BANK. 

Nr,w B>idfori). Incor. 1831. Capitai. 
5*600,000. 

Thomas Mandelh President. F. W, 
Hervey, Cashier. John R. i'j. •. : ... 
Jireh Swift, Jr.. Edmund Taber, E Imun ! 
Gardner, Thomas Manuell, Joseph -. 
Shi verick, Pardon TiUinghast, I .... ■ U 
Collins, W r m, Wai .. / r l j >i- 

phalet W. Hervey, CkuJiiee. George NV. 
iuckwell, James W. Harvey, B:jok.-.L(p<:r3. 
Discount, 'vVcdne..iuay urn Saturda-. 

MECHANICS' BANK 

Worcester. Incor. IS-iS. Capital, 
$"i50,000. 

Henry Goulding, President. Scott 
Berry, Cashier. Alexander Dewitt, II. 
Goulding, J. M. C. Armsby, Francis II. 

Dewey, "W.ilhrn M. Biekford, David S, 



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Messenger, Harrison Bliss, Directors. J. 
M. Barker, Teller. Charles Drew, Book- 
keeper George Merrill, Clerk. F. H. 
Dewey, Solicitor. 

MERCANTILE BANK. 
Salem. Inc. 1826. Capital, $200,000. 

John Dwyer, President. Joseph Hardy 
Phippen, Cashier. Josiah Spaulding, Oli- 
ver Thayer, Aaron Perkins, John Huse, 
Wm. S. Messervey, William F. Nichols, 
Directors. John I. Hutchinson, Book- 
keeper. 

Discount, Tuesday and Friday. 

MERCHANTS' SANK. 

New Bedford. Incor. 1852. Capital, 

5600,000. 

Charles 11. Tucker, President. Peleg 
C. Howland, Cashier. Abraham Barker, 
David it. Green, Gideon Alien, Edward 
L. Baker, Charles 11. Tucker, Dennis 
Wood, Andrew Hicks. Jonathan Bourne, 
Jr., Wm. P. Rowland, Thomas Bradley, 
Directors. F. A. Washburn, Teller.' John 
F. Tucker, Bookkeeper, David P. Perry, 
Cierk. 

Discount, Tuesday and Friday. 

MERCHANTS' BANK. 
Saxbm. lac. 1811. Capital, ,$200,000. 

Benj. K. Siisbee, President. Nathaniel 
B. Perkins, Cashier. Benj. K. SiLsbee, 
James Upton, J. W. Pecle, Wm, Varney, 
Benjamin Webb, Directors, William H. 
Whiople, Bookkeeper. B. W. Gardner, 
Clerk. 

Discount, Tuesday and Friday. 

MERCHANTS' BANK. 
Lowj:ll. Incor. 1854. Capita.!., 

£ - ■ '/•oo.- 

Harlia Pillsbury, President. John N. 
Pierce, Jr., Cashier. Haxiin Pillsbury, 
Asa Hildreth, Thomas Nesmith, Royal 
Southwick, Jonathan Tyler, W. W. Wv- 
man, Albert \v heeler, H ocura Hosford? 
J-<":ph Bedlow, Daniel Swan, Isaac S. 
Morse, Directors. * Henry P. WebDer, 
Clerk. 

Discount, Monday and Thursday, 

MERCHANTS' BANK 
Newbu&yfokt. Ijjcoe. 1831. Capital, 
§210,000. 
Micajah Lunt, President. Gyles P. 
Stone, Cashier. Henry Johnson*, John 
N. Gushing, William Grave*, Joseph J. 
Knapp, M.cajih Lunt, Nathaniel ijills, 
Isaac H. Boardrnan, Directors. Nat/i'l S. 
Osgood, Bookkeeper. 

Discount, Monday. 

XIEHRiMACK BANK. 

Haverhill. Ixcor. 1814. Capital, 

SibO.000. 

E. J. :•:. lUlrPn tident* Sam»l V, hite, 
Cashier. K. J. M. Hale, Tnomas New- 



comb, Charles W. Chase, W. R. Whittier, 
Aloies Nichols, George Appleton, J. H. 
Farnsworth, Directors. 

Discount, Monday. 



MET AC O MET BANK. 

Fall Pi veil In cor. 13o3. Capital, 
5600,000. 

Jefferson Borden, Presidertt. Azariah 
S. Tripp, Cashier. Jefferson Borden, Dan'l 
Brown, Wm, Marvel, Wm. Carr, William 
Lindsey, Thomas J. Borden, Philip D. 
Borden, Nathan Durfee, Wm. Hi'!, Direc- 
tors. Alexander D. Ea.ston, Teller. 
Discount, Monday and Thursday. 

MILFOBD BANK. 

Milfcrd. Ixcor. 18-19. Capital, 
52-50,000. 

Aaron C May hew, President. Alvan 
G. Underwood, Cashier. Benj. Daven- 
port, A. C Mayhew, Orison Underwood, 
Samuel Walker, S. Sumner, Wm. Knowl- 
ton. Wm. A. Phi-ops, Direciois. 



Discount, Monday. 



MILLBURY BANK. 

MlLLBURY. iFCOB. 1S25. CAPITAL, 

§100,000. 

Simon Farnsworth, President. D. At- 
wood, Cashier. Simon Farnsworth, Jona- 
than Warren, H. C. Warren, Rosea 
Crane, Wm. C. Chase, John E. Bacon, 
Directors. 

Discount, Tuesday. 

XalLLER'S RIVER BANK, 
Athol. Incorporated 18-54. Capital, 

$1-30,000. 

Sfeth Hapgood, Pr-esidi it. A. Hardin.;?, 
Jr.-, Cashier. Isaac Stevens, Nathaniel 
Ricn.mUoa, John 0. Hi- 1, Athol ; Joseph 
Raymond, Royalston : Jona. Bowker, 
Tempieton -, George T. Johnson, Dana, 
Directors. 

Discount, Monday. 

MONSON BANK. 

Moxsox. Incok. 1854. Capital, 

$■150,000. 

William N. Flynt, Prendet.it. Jonathan 
R. Flynt, Cashier. William N. Flynt, 
JohnVv'vies, C H.Merrick, J. B. Mer- 
rick, C. W. Holmes. John W. Foster, 
Warren Fuller, Directors. 

MONUMENT BANK. 

Crakllstown. Incor. 1854. Capital, 
JloO.OOO, 
Peter Ilubbel!, President. Geor-e L. 
Foote, Cashier. Jam-s Lee, Jr., J irn< . 
O.Curtis, Andreu- Sautcll, James Dana, 
Bradley M. Clark, Jodm F. Guild, 1> ■ - 
tors. Charles Callcnder, Jr., Teller, D. W. 
Lee, Messeriger. 

Discount, Monday and Thursday. 



COUNTRY BANKS. 



131 



MOUNT WOliL ASTON BANE. 

Quikgy. Incor. 1853- Capital, 

#150,000. 
Charks Francis Adams, . President, 
ttouis Congdon, Cashier. Chas. Francis 
Adams, Lewis Ba<s, Joseph W. Robert- 
son, Joseph B, Whitcher, William S. 
Perry, William S. Morton, Francis M. 
Johnson, Franklin Curtis, Daniel P. Nye, 
J Junctors. 

Discount, Tuesday, 

NAUIrlKEAG BANK 
Saxem. Inc. L829. Capital, §500,000, 
David Filigree^ President. Joseph H. 
Towne, Cashier* William B. Parker, Na- 
thaniel \V eston, Jeremiah Pa?e, R. P. 
Waters, E. D. Kimball, Be* j. A. West, 
Director. George R. Felt, Bookkeeper. 
John 0. Towne, Discount Clerk. John P. 
Downing, Clerk. 

Discount, Tuesday and Friday, 

NEPONSET BANS. 

Canton. Incor. 1826. Capital, 

#50,000* 
Charles H. French, President. Francis 
W. Deane, Cashier. C. H. French, O. 
S. Chapman, Samuel Capen, Geo. Downes, 
Leonard Hodges, James Swan, Virgil J, 
Messinger, Directors. 

Discount, Monday. 

NEWTON BANK. . 
NirwroN. In cos.. 1548. Capital, 

Joseph N. B?.con, President. Daniel 
Kin-gsley, Cashier. Joseph N, Bacon, 
Edward J, Collins, George Hyde, J. W. 
Plimpton and Samuel Jenison, Jr., Direc- 
tors. B. F. Bacon, Messenger* 
Discount, Thursday. 

j;OjaTT^jV?i-TCN BANK, 
NciiTifiiii'Tox. Incor. IS33. Capital, 
5200,000. 
Jonathan. H. Butler, President. Chas. 
White, .Cashier. Eiiphalet Williams, 
John Clarke, Benjamin Barrett, Erastus 
Hopkins, W, Hiilyer, James Hibben, 
Henry Bright, Eleaxer Porter, Directors. 

NORTHS OROUGH BANS. 

Northboro*. Incur. 1854, Capital, 

5100,000. 

Geo. C. Davis, President. Abraham W. 

Seaver, Cashier. Wilder Bush, Thomas 

Corey, Geo. C. Davis, Cyrus Gale. Jona. 

II. Nelson, OJs Newton, John Rice, F. 

l>. Brigham, J. S. Wetherbee, Directors. 

Discount, Monday. 

NORTH BRIBGEV7ATER BANK. 
N. BurDOEWATSu. Inc. 1854. Capital, 
£100;000. 
Martin Wales, President. Rufus P. 
Kingman, Cashier. Martin Wales, Ebene- 
*- r r I'ucker, Benjamin Kingman, Chandler 
Sprague, Frederick Howard, Pardon Cope- 
kind, Directors. 

Discount, Monday. 



OCEAN BANS. 
Newbtjryport. Inc. 1833. Ca«tai 

§1-50,000, 
E. S. Williams, President. Jacob Stone 
Cashier, WiHam Stone, John Balch, 
Jeremiah Caiman, Nathaniel Noves, 
Enoch S. Williams, James Blood, Charles 
Lunt, Director*. Albert W. Greenleaf, 
Bookkeeper. 

Discount, Monday. 

OLD COLONY BANK. 

Plymouth. Incor. 1832. Capita*. 

$250,000. 

Jacob H. Loud, President. George G 

Dyer, Cashier. William Nelson, E. c! 

I Sherman, Jatob II. Loud, Leander Lovell 

I Andrew L. Russell, Directors. 

Discount, Monday. 

OXFORD BANE. 

Oxford. Inc. 1823. Capital. $100,000 
Emory Sanford, President. Wilson Oi- 
ney, Cashier. John Jewett, Emory San- 
ford. Chas. A. Angell, Wm. A. Wheelock, 
Samuel C. Paine, Ravelin Towne, Lament. 
B Curbm, Davie B. Kingsbury, Franklin 
M. iarauru, Directors. 

Discount, Monday. 

PACIFIC BANK. 

Nanttjcxet. Incor. 1812. Capital. 
3200,000. 
John W. Barrett, President* William 
Mitchell, Cashier. Joseph Mitchell, As~ 
sistaui Cashier. John W. Barrett, Joseph 
Mitchell, Henry J. Defriez, MatthVw 
Crosby. George Cobb, Timothy W.Catdf>r, 
Edward Field, Elisha P. Fearing, Ebene- 
ser Coleman, Directors. 

Discount, Tuesday and Friday. 

PEMBSRTON BANK. 

Lawrence. Incor. 185 i. Capital, 
^100,000. 
Levi Snrague. Presifoit. S.mm^I C. 
Woodward, Cas-kier. Levi Sprngue, Goo. 
D. Cabot, Dana Sargent, Charles Smith, 
Joseph Norris, Win. li. Spalding. E. L. 
Chapman, Lawrence; George Hodges, 
North Andover; Robert W. Lord, Boston, 
Directors. 

Disco ant, Wednesday. 

PEOPLES' BANK. 

Roxbtjry. Incor. 1S32. Capital, 
$150,000. 
Samuel Guild, President. Banian S'-iv,r>, 
Cat/tier. Aaron D. Williams, Samuel 
Guild, Chester Guild, Joseph ft". Tucker, 
Benjamin F. Campbell, James Guild, Di- 
rectors. George Gregerson, Messenger. 
Discount, Tuesday afternoon. 

PITTS FIELD BANK 

Pitts .field. Incoup. 1853, Capital, 
£500,000, 
Julius Rockwell, President. J. D. 
Adams, Cashier. James J. Murray, John 
V. Barker, Theodore Pomeroy, Henry 
Stearns, Thos. Colt, Wm. Pollock, John 
C. West, Julius Rockwell, Directors. E. 
Ei Whittlesey, Teller. W. W. Rockwell, 
J. R. Adams, Clerks. 

Discount, Tuesday. 



132 MASSACHUSETTS KEGISTEK. 

FLYKIOUTH BANK. | RAILROAD BANS* 

PLYMOUTH. I-VCOH. 1803. ' CAPITAL, LOWELL. IxCOXFORATEI> 1831. 

£150.000, Capital, £600,000. 

Isaac L. Hedge, President. Samuel W. Stickney, President. Johc 



Stoddard* Cashier. Isaac L. Hedge, j 
Timothy Gordon, John Gooding, Allen 
Danibrth, Franklin D. Cobb, William T. 
Divis, Directors. 

Discount, Friday. 

POWOW RIVEK BANK. 

SALISBURY. INCOR. • 1836. CAPITAL, 

5100,000. 

Jonathan B. Webster, President. Geo. 
F. Bagley, Cashier. Jonathan B. Wsb- 
ster, John Kimball, Daniel Webster, Thos. 
J. Clark, David L. Dearborn, Joshua 
Colby, Directors. 

Discount, Monday. 

P3ESCOIT BANK, 
Lowell, Inu. 18-30. Capital, 5200,000; 



Joel 



President. 



Artemas S, 



Tyler, Cashier. Samuel Burbank, Cna 
B. Coburn, Daniel S. Richardson, Bei: 
Ada 05, Elijah SI. Reed, Joel Adams, J. | 
L. Cheney, J. A. Brabook, Silas Tyler, Jr., 
James Dinsmc-or, C. A. Sherman, Charles 
Stott, Directors. A. C. Blanchard, Teller. 
Charles A. Kendall. Clerk. 

Discount. Monday and Thursday. 



F. Rogers, Cashing S. W. Stickiiey, 
Homer Bartlett, William A. Burke. Linus 
Child, Charles L. THden,. Charles Hovey, 
Sewall G. Mack, George Motley, John 
Wright, Directors. Lymaa C. Munrae, 
Clerk.' 
, Discount, Tuesday and Friday, 

RANDOLPH BANK. 

Randolph. Incor, 1836. Capital, 

51.30,000. 
Royal Turner, President. Seth Turner,. 
Cashier. R. Turner, Horatio B, Alden, 
E-ben ezer Alden, Abiel Howard, David 
Burrell, Edward Southworth, Jr. T Ather- 
ton Wales, Directors. 



ROCKLAND BANK. 

Rqxeury. Incor. 13-53. Capital,. 
$150,000. 

Samuel Walker, President. Samuel 
Little, Cas/iier. Thomas Adams, Calvin. 
B. Paunce, Joseph Dorr, Francis 31, 
Weld, Wiliard A. Humphrey, Stephen P. 
Fuller, Directors. 

Discount, Monday, P. M. 



BROVINCBTOWN 3ANK. 

Frovincetov^. Inc. 1854. Capital, 
#100,000. 

Nathan Freeman, President. Elijah 



; th, C':uhier, 



Nathan Freeman, Enos 



Nickerson, Nathaniel Hoi mes, Henry | Gloucester, Directors 



ROCKPCKT BAN:K. 

EOCKPORT. CAPITAL, $150,000. 

Ezra Eames, President. Jabez 11. Gott ? 
Cashier. Ezra Eames, David Babson r 
John Preston, Eleazer Boynton, Charles 
Tarr, Jr., of Rockport ; Nehemiah Boyn- 
ton, of Boston; aid W. P. Dolliver," of 



Cook, E. S. Smith, Joshua E. Bow'iey, 
Stephen Cook, Jr., Joshua Paine, John L. 
Lolhrop, Directors. 

PSTNCHGN BANK. 

S.PRSXGPIEI.D. INCG.R. 1S53. CAPITAL, 

£.150,000. 

James KiTkham, President. Frederick 
H.. Harris, Cashier. H. N Case, Homer 
Foot, Ephraim W. Bond, James Kir.kh.am, 
Chester ii. White, II. B. Crat.e, B. K. 
Biiis, Directors. J. H. Appleton, Clerk. 
Discount, daily. 

QUINCY STONE BANK. 

Q-ujlncy. Inc. 1836. Capital, 51-50,000. 

Josiah Brigham, President, John C. 
Randall, Cashier. Josiah Brigham, Lem- 
uel Brackett, Adam Curtis, Nathaniel 
White, Daniel Baxter, A. Randall, Octa- 
vius I. Rogers, C. Marsh, Edward Potter, 
James Torrev, Apollos Randall, Directors. 
Discount., Thursday. 

QTJINSIGAMOND BANK 

^'oacESTEK, Incor. 1833. Capital, 
£250,000. 

l v ^;», Pr Ideni. J. S. Farnum, 
''■.' '• ^Vm. Dickinson, Isaac Davis, 
B. L. Htrdoti, S. H. Coiton, Elijah B. 
Stoddard, Joseph Walker, Draper Rug- 
gles, Charles L. Putnam, Directors. E. 
B. Stoddard, Solicitor. 

Discount, Monday. 



Discount, Wednesday. 

ROXrliSTONE BANK. 

Fitchburg. Incor. 1840. Capital, 
$250,000. 
Moses Wood, 'President. Henry A. 
Willis, Cashier. Moses Wood, C. Mar- 
shall, Benjamin Snow, Jr., Moses M. 
Gage, Leonard Day, of Fitchburg ; Chas. 
Winchester, Asuburnham ; E. 11." Ni h Is, 
Leominster; Daniel Putnam, Lunenl urg : 
Wm. Bennett, Jr.. Hubbardston ; EHsha 
Murdoch. Winehendon ; John K. Going, 
Shirley. Directors. C. L. S. Hammond, 
Teller. 

Discount, Monday. 

SALEM BANK. 

Salem. Incorporated 1812. Gapitvl, 

5250,000. 
Wm. C. Endicott, President. Gen D. 
Phippen, t tsbier. Wm. C. Endicott, 
Joshua Phippen, E. S. Poor, Abbott 
Walker, X. B. Mansfield, J. H. Nichols, 
James Chamber lam, Directors. Benj. "V , 
Russell, Bookkeeper. George B. Phi] t?ec . 
Clerk. 

Discount, Mom; ay and Thursday, 

SHELBUBNE PALLS BANK. 

Shelburnb, Incor. 1S53. Capital, 
$100,000. 

Carver Hotchkiss, President. E. ? 
Francis, Cashier. C. Hotchkiss, E. G. 



COUNTRY BANKS. 



1Q3 



! ,*mson, J. 15. Bardwell, Josiah Ballard, 
Thomas Barber, E. W. Picker, Alfred 
Ik)'.vi„:i, Solomon Smead, W. H. Maynard, 
Directors. 

SOUTHBRIDG3 BANK. 

Southbrit>ge. Ixcor. 18-36. Capital, 
$150,000. 
Jacob Edwards, Jr., President. Samuel 
M. Lane, Cashier. Jacob Edwards, Jr., 
S, A. Drake. C. A. Paige, Manning Leo- 
nard, Jarius Putney. John Edwards, Adol- 
phus Merriarn, Directors* 

Discount, Monday, 

SOUTH BBADING BMK. . 

South Reading. Incorporated 1854. 

CAPir.it , £100:000. 
Thomas Emerson, President. Lillev 
Eaton, Cashier. Charles H II 111, Assist. 
Cashier. Xhos. Emerson, Lucius Beebe, 
George O. Carpenter, Samuel Gardner, 
Jr., Edward Mansfield, Cyrus Wakefield, 
directors. 

Discount, Tuesday. 

EPICKET FALLS BANZ, 

Methubn. Incorpo&ateb 1853. 

Capital, 51)0,000. 
Josiah G. White, President. Geo. Foot, 
Cashier. John Low, Josiah G. White, 
■Josiah Dearborn, Kimball C. Gleason, 
True W. White, Ebenezer Sawyer., Direc- 
tor:*. 

Discount, Monday. 

• SPBINGFIBLD BANK. 

s?}:i\gfield. incorporated 1814. 
Capital, #300,000. 

Henry Alexander, Jr., Pre sident. Lewis 
WarrineT, Cashier. Josiah Hooker, Henry 
Alexander, Jr.. William Gurm, Lewi's 
Oorham, Henry Brewer, Jr., J. p. Bige- 
loiv, George B. Morris Franklin Cham- 
Vrlin, TM-eet-ors. Edward C. Safeinsoa, 
Teller. J, W. RUbo-i, Clerk. 
Discount, daily. 

TAUNTON BANK. 

Taunton. In* oupoitaxed 1S12. 
Capital, §400,000. 
Lov-ett Morse, President. Chas. J. H. 
Bassctt, Cashier. Ellis 11.11, Al'en Pres- 
ley. Lovett Morse, Philip E. Hill. Chas. 
-'■-• '• ■■ hi tt, Geo. M. Woodward, Thomp- 
son Newbury, Wm.Il. Davr-nport, Henry 
G. Reed, Director*. Geo. F. Caampney, 
John S. Bass-en, Clerks. 

Discount, ev< ry day. 

TOWNSEND BANK. 



ry Slade, Abner R. Campbell, Zraas Snor, 
James Hardin, Lyman Ilollingswortb, 
DirecLors* 

Discount, Monday. 

UNION BANK 

Haverhill. Incqr. 1819. Capital, 

$"200,000. 
George Cogswell, President. James 
Noyes, Co-shier. George Cogswell, Jona- 
than Crowell, Daniel F. Fitts, Moses 
H'nw, Sam'l Chase, George Carlton, Jr., 
Directors. 

Discount, Monday. 

UNION BANK OF WEY1&QT7TH 

AND BRAINTREH 

WLVMorTH. In*cor. IS32. Capital, 
.$'200,000. 
Minot Tirrill, President. John W. 
Loud, Cashier. Atherton N. Hunt, Al- 
bert Humphrey. Eliot L. Whit?, Natal 
Shaw, M. Tirrill, James Jones, Samuel 
Yeizie, Giiman Barrel'., Joseph Loud, Jr.., 
Directors. 

VILLAGE BANK 
Pasters. Inc. 1836. Capital, £200,00(1 
Daniel Richards, President. Wm. L. 
Weston, Cashier. Jacob F. Perry, John 
A. Putnam, J. H. Putnam, Daniel Rich- 
ards, Joseph S. Black, Edwin Mudge. 
John R. Langley, of Dan vers : Francis P. 
Merriarn, of Middleton ; John Wright, oi 
Topsrie'd, Director*. 

Discount, Monday ana Thursday. 

WABTIiAII BANE. 
WiLTHAH. Isc^n. 1836. Capital, 

$200,000. 
Charles Eemis, President. D. A. Kim- 
ball, Cashier. Charles Bemis, Jonas JL 
Priest. Horat£© Moore, Josiah Beard, 
Horace Heard, John Goodnov,-, John M. 
Wright, W. A. Adams, Sarnie! B. Wh i- 
ney, Directors* 

Discount, M on day. 



WATCESIT 



APITAL. S'J 



ic« nsj: 



Incorporate© L'S-54. 



Capital, SIOO.OOO. 
Walter Fessendert, President. Edward 
Ordway, Cashier. Walter Fessendom 
DuueV Adams, N'e!*3n Howe, B. ('. Bai- 
Ifv, Stephen Wwman, Luth r 1 irbell, J. 
N'. Tucker, Jiirdturs. 

TRADESMAN'S BASHL 

Chelsea. Incorporated 1S-H). 
Capital, i '-", 
fsaae Stebbins, President William R. 
in, Cashier.. Isaac -StebbiiiSj lien- 



LOTTELL. In'C. 1853. 

Horace Howard, President, J m M. 
Buttrick, Cashier. Horace Howard. Sid- 
ney Spalding, Ignatius Tyler Abie! \i ,'/. 
Abram French^ Josiah Gates. ?a.n 
Horn, Alpheus R. Brown, Alois I. Ws . 
Directors. James S. WeUh, I ' -■ - 
Discount, Tuesday and 1 :. ' /. 

WAMSUTTA BANK. 

FallRiveh. J.ncor. 1856. Capital, 

#100,0 

\nuier Chase. President. C. J. 

s jr., ('::■'' r. S. Ang'irr Chase, 

Me Retuiniuon, Browncll IV. Woedu.an, 

iHjah C. Kill ■ rn, Tb mias Almy. J ties 

i. L ttl er, '! tua.s F. Eddy, Directors. 

. EI. Dilli ;h un, Teller. 

Discount, Tues lay. 

WABEHAM BANK. 

V'a.:.;,lw. Incor. 1533. Capital, 

$100,000. 

Jvshua B. Tubey, President 'Tboause 



S 
Hoi 
H.l 



234 



MASSACHUSETTS EEGISTEE. 



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R. Miles, Cashier. Jess? Murdoch, WH- 
^UraSaTery, Isaac Fi-att, Jr.. Moses S. 
F« 3,'obey, Joshua B. Xobey, I/i*\itvrs. 

WATRH3BN BANK. 

Sotjth Bantejis. Xjtcoft. LS32. Capital,, 
§250,000. 
Lewis Allen, President. France Baker* 
Cashier. Lewis Allen, Sylvester Osbom, 

Gilbert Tapley, Benj. Wheeler, Le~i Pres- 
ton, Franklin Qsbom, George Osborne, 
Elijah W. Upton, Francis Dane, Miles 
Osburn, Directors. 

Discount, Monday and Thursday. 

WESTERN BAImIL 

Springfield-. Escor.. 184& Capital, 
§250,000. 
Caleb Biee, President. Jamts !_ Wat- 
riner, Cashier. Cak-b Edce, E. Freeman, 
Eliphaiet Tiask, Wilson Eddy, Wiiiiam 
Eice, W. C. Sturte^ant. Samuel S. Day, 
Win. Biihis, C. L, Covell, L'ireciors. 

WESTFIELD BANK. 

WES2£iE£IX Incob. 185X CaPITA.L, 

$150,000. 

William. 6. Bates, PYe&ideni. Henry 
Hooker, C^tAier. Caleb Aldett, J. E. 
Kar.d, Geo H„ Mr^eley, Cha.s. A. Jt-*snp, 
Cutler LufUn > S. Gillei*. Directors^ 

WOBUHN Ii.iV.inL 
Wolct. lw-coa. 1855. Cii-nAt, 

Abij.ah Thompson, President. E. J. 

Jenks, Cashier. John Kill, Jr., Cb tries 
Choate, Bo.wen B^krnan* J.. B. Winn, B* 



F. Thompson, Stephen Dow, John Cura- 
rnings, Jr., John Flanders, Moses F.Winn, 
Charles Bond, Directors. Chaiies P. Mst- 
calf, Clerk* 

WORCESTER SANK, 

Worcester. Iscor. 1804. Capital, 
$300,000. 
Stephen Salisbury, President. William, 
Cross, Cashier. C. B. Whiting, Assist, 
Cashier. S. Salisbury, Levi Lincoln, Geo. 
T. Bice, B.ejoice Newton, B. F Hey^"ood y 
Dv-dLihl Foster, R. L. Eav*es, Di)~ec(&rs- 
C. M. Bent, Bookkeeper. Bright Foster > 
Solicitor. 

Discount, Monday. 

WORCESTER CQTENTT BANK. 

E-LACiLSTONE. iNCOIl. 1S50, CAPITAL,, 

% 200,000. 
Henry S. Mansfield, President. Moses 
Fa muni, Cashier. H. S-. Mansfield, Ale2_ 
Ballot, Paul P. Todd, Alex. Bailor, Jr,„ 
Advin Cook, Joseph Tucker, James M. 
Freeman, Labea Bates, John Cadav, Di- 
feet&x. 

Discount, Wednesday. 

WRENTHAM BANK, # 

Wrbn"3has6. I>;cor. 1832. Capitai^. 

$200,000. 

R. A. Cook, president. Calvin Fisher, 

Jr., Cashier. Daniel A. Cook, Truman* 

Clarke, Otis Cary, Jo&iab Drape?,. Herman- 

C. Fssher, Hiram B. Fisher, Jason BL 

A v '- : '. ■ e r , Geo rg e E vere t fc, Directors*. 

Discount,, Msnday. 






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SAYINGS BAflKR 



Jlbic rtoa, 
fcn toY-er, 
Bami--tobU>, 
Berkshire C«untiu 



Abington, 

S.UdoT«E, 

Bftru.*tabU*, 
Piit^id 

S ..;■ ■' e, 
!:-•-■ a. 



TavaUou, 
aaibd»] :e. 



JiQSt m iivt* Ce2s.«v, 

Bristol Coaoty r 

Cambridge, & 
Cai&bridg«per(, Cacil;'. : - '- 

C-:»nton, ' i ■. . . a. 

t"<ape \ur;, Cttooeester, 

C&f&Cbd Fi<ye Ceala, Harwich,. 
i.'-..i:-.-. ■•••■■'.vn Fat© Gents, Cha'dtown, 

L'brL*** fclTe Gents, Ch* Isea , 

Cbie< j-f.-tt, tJbisi ;•• e. 

City, L&weii, 

*- Ufiion, CIik ton, 

C-ai -,.•*.. C .•■..--;-, 

Dangers. Dan wis, 

ft ' wn", J>« thttm, 

DorthfAJt-r, Dortl^^i-er, 
East li >*ton, &aii It -:-„, 
K. Caiubri(%e FitwCfS-, K. I •.. ;' , 

> ssex, L.IV.- ■! ■ :• • . 

V iru tren, Fairh:«vet», 

3P*UJ8i«i R?a C*Dta, i'all Kites, 



j I,«53 ' 

| mi | 

• i.s.:-2 ' 

»4 ; 



1>4< 
1S3J 



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• !•"•. 

i 

! 1S4S 

;- ' 
: > a ' 

LS13 

, IS47 

; }832 

L^..a 



CLitfeJe, ■ 



femiusL Ojr;iy r 
Janit^ M Uv: . ' 
T. F Piunketi, 
A!«.s. L' ilieu, 
i'.iul Adams, 
^ : ;^> Sh« (>ard, 
t'bus 
Ifcnj. 

John H'. Lowe, j 

s. en'^rw«*a^ • 

P. J. . v ". me 
John II. Osgood, 

Jerome VVeiisi I 
Sal'] i Al n. ' 

li. :■ ;'.:;-:'s ; 

A i! Tower, j 

OUhKrt L'aplev, i 

Eb*e* r Burgas, : 

Ti.h -1 I'-vur.v j 

Sanauttt Hall, j 

i". U . li; il'aad, j 

Geo. l>- Cabot, ' 

F. K. Wliitwall. j 

S.A.Cb&se! ' ! 



J. N. Farras,. 
John Flint, 
John Manros, 
J;**. Warriuer, 
i-ic^rs Farnuxa. 
A. ii. E?ans, 
G«?o. B. Atwoodj 
VV'm. L.W hitney, 
L. R. Fai ;., 
F. AT. Deans, 
Alfred i'rvsso'a, 
0. Brc »ks, Jr., 
Asuos b'to«*j 

S. i ...-.Mt. 

if. U. Ilarr:s, 
J.. A. BttStrkk, 
Chas. L. Swan, 
L. N. Batds, 

W.. L. Westca, 

0. GaiJd, 

."'-i. isles llowe, 

ALbtrt B 

J. SiiTuge, Jr., 

Natbl. White, 

Chili. I-n-'.v, 

C^J.UoLui^,Jr. 



J.-N. Farrar. 
j Jol^a iflint. 

i J. H^ Warrin^x 

Ahin Caok. 
i 0. C Ni«bols. 
I Gv. B. Atwood. 
j A. U. Karasey 
i O- W*. L'iTertnor*. 
1 F. W. Denij*. 
I Alfred Presaon. 
: W^U-Uad*rw 7 a 
1 D.. Bradford. 

Frank I!. Fay. 

Jas. Lyr an. 

John A Jkittriti: 

C G. Stevens. 
. S. B«t«?s. 
i W. L. Weston. 
j 0. Guild. 
I Chas.'Uowe. 
j Albert Bowkesv 
i Kara Kip toy, 
| Nathl. Whit*. 
1 Chad. Drew. 
| Johsi^- Slat!*. 



SAVINGS BAXKS. 



135 



»■ UI Mirer, 

tfijcbburg, 

Fox.boro' Five Cent*, 

ft sen ngha-m, 

Franklin, 

franklin Savings Bank, 

I? impden, 

Hnverhil), 

Hiagham, 

Holyoke, 

Lancaster, 

L^, 

Lowell Eire Gents, 

Lowell, 

Lvnn Five Cents, 

Lynn, 

Middlesex, 

Milford, 

Milibury, 

Nantucket, 

New Bedford Fire Centu 



Fall River, 

Fitchbur-, 

Foxboro', 

Frammgbam, 

Greenfield, 

:, Pawtucket, 

Springfiel 1, 

Haverhill, 

Ilingham, 

Holyoke, 

Lancaster, 

Lee, 

Lowed, 

Lowell, 

Lynn, 

Lynn, 

Concord. 

Milford, 

Milibury, 

Nantucket, 

NewBedf/, 



New Bedford, New Bedford, 

Newburypor:, Newburyport, 

Newbury p't Fife Cts., Newbaryp't, 



Newton; 
North Adams, 
Northampton, 

N Bridge-wafer, 

N, Brookfiedd, 

Boston, 

s, Plymouth, 

Plymouth, 

Boston, 

Q-iincy, 

Randolph, 

Bock port, 

Koxbury, 

Salem, 

Salem, 



Newton, 
North Adams, 
Northampton, 

North Bridge water, 

North Brc-kraid. 



Plymouth, 

Provident, 

Quiccy, 

Randolph, 

Roekport, 

Roshury, 

Salem Five Cents, 

Salem, 

Salisbury and Amesbory, Salisbury, 

Scisuate, Seitnate, 

Seaman 5«, Provincetown, 

Shelbarne Falls Five Cts., Shelb'ne, 

SouthbridgH, Sonthbridge, 

South Scituate, South Scifcuate, 

Springfield Fire Cents, 

Springfield, 

Stone ham Five Cent?, 

Suffolk. 

Walehajca. 

V. ■-.. 

Warebam, 

Warren Fi*e Gefite, Sc 

Warren 

Westfield, 

Wevmoath '■- Braintfee 

Winchendon, 

Wobarn Agri & Mech 

Woburn Five Cents, 

Worcester County, 

Worcester Five Cents, 

Worcester Mechanics', 



Springfield, 
Springfield, 

Stoaeham, 

Boston, 

Waitham, 



■hs- 



ChaTlestown, 

Westfield, 

. Weymouth, 

Winchendon, 

- Aisoci iticu, 

'A'':' burn, 

Worcester, 

Worcester, 

Worcester, 



1S23 
I -46 
1855 

1336 



1S29 
1834 
1855 

1852 
1854 

1855 
1826 

I82;> 

185-* 
1354 
1834 
1855 
1825 

1854 
1829 

1849 

1852 

1854 
1854 
1855 

1323 - 

1816 

1845 

1851 

1853 

1825 

1855 

IS 13 

1328 

1851 

1852 

1855 

1543 

1854 
1327 
1855 
1333 

1550 

1854 
1329 
1853 
1833 

1554 

1355 
1828 

1855 
1851 



1 N. B. Borden. 
' Francis Perkins 

Oda Gary, 
I Moses Edge!!, 
j IF W. Cushman, 
Alanson Thayer. 
I S. C. Bemis, 
j J. A. Appleton, 
I David Fearing, 
I Cyrus Frink, 
j Henry Wilder, 
! H. Garfield, 
| Horatio Wood, 
Then. Edson, 
T. 3. Newhall, 
J.N.Saunderson, 
Nathan Brooks, 
0. Underwood, 

C. K. Miles, 
ltobt. M. Joy. 
G. Howland. Jr. 
Thoe. Mandell, 
Josiah Little, 
David Wood, 
E. J. Collins, 
S. Biackinton, 
W. Hiliger, 
E. Southworth, 
A. Walker, 
Wm. Adams, 
Robert B. Hail, 
N. Bussed, 
Wm. Appleton, 
J. Briirham, 

[ Athercon Wales, 
Jas. Haskell, 
Samael Guild. 
E. D. Kimball, 

D. A. White, 
A. 0. Webster, 

E. Jenkins, 

D. Fairbanks, 
J. B. Bardwell, 
3. Hartwell, 
Moses Kcgers, 
Jos. C. Pynchon. 
J. Hooker, 
Darius Stevens, 
Thos. Lamb, 
H. Moore. 
We. Jivde, 
J.B. Tober, 
Geo. Osborne, 
Jas. Adams, 
J in. Fowler, 

E. L. White, 
E. M.urdock, 
A. Thompson, 
Bowen Buckman 
S. Salisbury, 
Chas.L. Putnam 

. Alex. DeWitt, 



Jos. F. Lin lsey, 
F.ben. Torre/, 
J. E. Carpenter, ! 
C. S. Adaois, 
Frank P.ipley, 
J.O.Starkweatherj 
F. S. Bailey, 
James (Hale, 
David Harding, 
Gustavus Snow, 

C. T. SymmeSj 
E. A. Bliss, 

A. 3. Tyler, 
J. G. Carney, 
B.Y.French. Jr., 
Amos Rhodes, 
J. M. Cheney, 
A.G. Underwood, 

D. Atwood, 
Wm. Mitchell, 
J. C. Ricketson,' 
W. C. Coffin, 
Richard Stone, 
A. W.Miltimore, 
Luther Paul. 

E D. Whitafeer, 
Benj. Barrett, 
E.So'thw'rch, Jr. 
Hiram Knight, 
I. F. Shepard, 

D. J. Bobbins, 
A. Danforth. 

P. Wainwright, 
J. C. Randall, 
Seth Turner, 
N. Giles, 
Wm. Whiting, 
J. V. Browne, 
Henry Ropes, 
Thomas J* Clark. 
C. W. Prouiy, 
Enos Nickerson. 
Wm, Sherwin, 
S. M. Lane, 

E. T. Fogg, 
Charles lUarsb, 
Henry S. Lee, 
W. H. Heath, 

C. II. Parker, 

D. A. Kimball, 
Otis -Lane, 

T. R. Miles, 
Francis Baker, 
John Skiltoa, 
H^nry Hooker, 
A. S. White, 
I. E. Weston, 
John Johnson, 
Jas. N. Dow, 

i C. A. Hamilton, 

I C. Karris, 

j II. Woodward, 



E. Williams. 
T. C. Caldwell. 
J. E. Carpenter. 
C. S. Adams, 
Chas. Allen. 
J. Starkweather 
A. L. S<iule. 
James dale. 
David Harding. 
VV". B.C.Pearsons. 

C. T. 8 v crimes. 
E. A. Bliss. 

A. 8. Tyler. 
J. G. Carrier, 
B.V French, Jr. 

B. P. Mudge. 
J. M. Cheney. 
A.G Underwood, 

D. Atwood. 
Wm. Mitchell. 
Chas. Almyi 

E. Taber. ' 
Philip K. Hill-*. 
A. W, Miltimore. 
Lnther Paul. 
W. E. Drayton. 
Benj. Barrett. 
E.SouthworthJr. 
Hiram Knight. 
I. F. Shepard. 
D.J. Bobbins. 

A. Danforth. 
W. 8. Dexter. 
J. C. Randall. 
Seth Turner. 
Geo. Lane. 
Wm. A. Crafts. 
NV Cleaves. 
Wm. Wallis. 

1 Caleb W. Prouty. 
! Knos Niekersoa. 
: G. V-. Hayes. 
| M. Leonard. 
| T.J. Gardner. „ 
j E. W. Bond. 
! Ilecrv Vose, 
W. Li'. Heath. 

C. H. Parker. 

D. A- Kimball 
Gtia Lane. 

8. H. Mites. 

Francis Baker. 

J.K Fmth'gbans 

E.B.<JiH*tt. 
j A. 8. Whita. 
i C. R. Whitman 

; Jas. N. Dow. 
1 J. ILWIU 
: F. B. Stoddard. 
1 F. U.Dewey. 



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mSUBANCB COMPANIES. 

Insurance Commissioners. — Elizer Weight, Geo. W. Sargent. Office, State House. 



ALLIANCE INSURANCE 

COMPANY. 

No. 43 State Street. Incor. IS50. 

R. S. S. Andres, President. "William H. 
C. Copeiand, Secretary. Elisba Atkins, 
Andrew T. Hall, George E. Chase, Mica- 
jahLunt, Geo. R. Minpt, Henry P. Stur- 
gis, Nathaniel Goddard, George B. Upton, 
William Perkins, Wm. F. Parrott, George 
ML Barnard. John T. Cooiidge, Henry L. 
Williams, F. M. Weld, Francis Skinner, 
Wm. Bramhall, David D. Stack'pole, Thos. 
A. Goddard, John T. Cooiidge, Jr., Di- 
rectors. Charles IE Cole, Clerk. 
Officers chosen last Monday in November. 

AMERICAN INSURANCE 

COMPANY. 

Ko. 54 State Street. Evcor. £818. 

Capital, #300,000, 

J. Ingersoll Bowditch, President. An- 
drew C. Burr, Secretary. Nathan Apple- 
tor., Wffi. Amory, Robt. B. Forbes, Benj. 
A. Gould, Charles H. Mills, Amos a. Law- 
rence, Samuel May, Theodore Chase. Jas. 
S. Aniory, Edward Austin, Wm. B. Bacon, 
F. Gordon Dexter, Directors. Francis E. 
Ballard, Clerk. 

Dividend, January and July. 
Officers chosen 2d Wednesday in January. 

BOSTON INLAND MUTUAL 
INSURANCE COMPANY. 

No. 2 Merchants Exchange. Ivcor. 
1&36. Capital, $200,i '• 
Isaac C. Bates, Prmdei t. George B 
A: : r, Se reiary. " Charles Adams, Jr., E 
C. Bates, James M. Beebe, Peter Jailer, 
Wib, J. Cutler, Benjamin Caliender, Jas. 
C. Converse, Jacob Edwards, Jr.. Jona- 
than Ellis, Natl ..a. el Harris, William T. 
Hart, J. Eastman Hazeltori, Geo. Hyde, 
Frederi ■" i 1 ■■.-. George W. Keerie, Har- 
rison E. M tynard, S Lthaflie.lC.Nash, Ot s 
Norcross, Joel Nourse, Francis J. Parker, 
Avery Plunier, Jr.. Alex. H. Kice. Isaac 
Rich, Daniel B. Stedraan, Caleb Stetson, 
Alex. Strong, Edward S. Tobey, Jos* ph .1. 
Whiting, E. P. Whitman, Edward Whit- 
ney, Directors. 
Officers chosen 2d Tuesday in November. 

BOSTON INSURANCE 
COMPANY. 

No. 62 Statu Street. Evcor. IS23. 
Capital, 5300,000. 

Peter W. Freeman, President. flenrv 
Washburn, S ret ry. Nathaniel IE Em- 
mons, l: .1 i rt '' >: ■■ k: y, Henry H.Ci ck- 
er, George L. Pratt, Israel Lombard, Wm. 
Sturgis, Geo. Z.Silsbeej EbenDale, Direc- 
tors, Joseph B. Phelps, Clerki 

Dividends, M ireh and September. 

Officers chosen 2d Monday in March, 



BOSTON MANUFACTURERS 

MUTUAL PIRE INS. COMPANY. 

No. 10 Devonshire Street. Eve. 18.30. 

William Amory, President. Edward E. 
Manton, Secretary. John Aiken, William 
Amory, Wm. Dwight, James Read, James 
S. Amory, Francis Skinner, Franklin H. 
Story, Directors. 
Officers chosen 3d Monday in January. 

BOSTON MUTUAL FIRE IN- 
. SURANCE COMPANY. 

No. 8 Old State House. Eve. 1854. 
Lorenzo Burge, President. Michael 
Eeary, Secretary. David Kimball, William 
Parkman, Joseph Buckley, Noah Lincoln, 
William White, Lorenzo Burge, William 
H. Gray, William E Whitney, Directors. 
Officers chosen 3d Monday in April. 

BOYLSTON PIKE AND MA- 
RINE INSURANCE CO. 

No. 45 State Street. Ixcob. 1S25. 
Capital, £300,000, 

Joseph W. Balch, President. Horace 
W. Barry, Secretary. Joseph W. Balch, 
William's. Builard, Chas. W/Dabney, Jr., 
Eben Bacon, S. E. Peabody, Alanson 
Tucker, Jr., Charles Amory, Moses Wil- 
liams, John A. Cunningham, Nathan 
Croweil, Frederick T. Bash, Josiah P. 
Cooke, Directors. 

•Dividends, April and October. 

Officers chosen 2d Monday in March. 

CHINA IluIuAL INSURANCE 

COMPANY. 

No. 52 State Street. Incor. 1353. 

Francis Bacon, President. George Ij. 
Deblois. Secretary. Francis Bacon, Eben 
Bacon, Ezra IE Baker, William S. Bui- 
lard, Frederick T. Bush. Jose ph S. Cooiidge, 
John A. Cunningham, Samuel T. Dana, 
John M. Forbes, Joseph P. Gardner, Na- 
thaniel Goddard. Andrew T. Tlaii. Augus- 
tus Hemenway, Osbprn Howes, Robert C. 
Mackay, George K. Minot, William F. 
Parrott, S. Endi :ott Peabody, Henry A. 
Pence, Thomas W. Peirce, Wm. Perkins, 
Eben C. Sranwood, Jas. Sturgis, Thaeher 
Mugoun, Jacob C. Rogers,^ Daniel N, 
S| :• ', Geo. Whitney, Directors. F. 
A. Dewson, Bookkeeper. 
Qfiieers chosen 1st Monday in January. 

CITY FIFE INSURANCE CO. 
No. 19 KilryStreet. Ixcoii. 1850. 

Capital, §150,000. 
Samuel P. Heywood, Pn ■> 'dent. Austin 
W.Benton, Secretary. Samuel P. Hey- 
« >od, James CI eever, John ii. Wilkin's, 
Warren White, Abraham T. Lowe. Gilman 
S. Low, E. P. Tileston, Otis Norcross, 



INSURANCE COMPANIES IN BOSTON. 



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Edward A. Raymond, Frederick Perkins, 
Ga rge C. Richardson, Joseph S. Ropes, 
George W. Crockett, Directors. 

Dividends. April and October. 
Officers chosen 2d Wednesday in April. 



BAG-LB FIRE INSURANCE CO. 

No. 70 State Steeet. Ixcoii. 1853. 

Henry Earl, President Henry I. Mor- 
gan, Secretary. Simeon H. Lewis, Elisha 
S. Converse, Edward Qhamberlin, George 
W. Chipman, John Gove, J. W. Parker, 
Elijah C. Drew, Francis Bush, Henry E. 
Turner, William Hunter, James Cook, 
Matthew P. Elliott, Newell Clark, Parker 
fall, Henry Earl, George W. Pope, Gil- 
bert L>. Cooper, Benjamin F. Thompson, 
Directors. 

Oliicers chosen 2d Monday in January. 



ELIOT FIKE INSURANCE COM.- 

No. 23 Kile* Street. Iarccui IU9. 
Capital, £200,000; 

"William A. Howe, President. ¥m. M. 
Lathrop, Secretary. Chas. U. Cottinsr, 
Wm. A. Howe, Robert Codman, Amos 
Cummings, Calvin W. Haven, William H. 
J traesoh, Geo. A. Curtis. James Longley, 
Franklin Evans. Carjni E.. King, Gardner 
P. Prury. Charles L. Hay ward, William 
Parker. ' John P. Robinson, Abijah Wl 
Farrar, Directors. Joseph N. Br"adford, 
Clerk. 

Officers chosen 2d Monday in January. 



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MeUGHA'NTS EXGKAXGE. Ls'GOIl. 1839. 

John Ckr.l<, President. Sand Wheeler. 
~ : > ■ Uiry. Benj. Burgess Bcnj.C. Clark, 
Charles S 'udder, John H. Pearson, Ste- 
l>! in Fairbanks, Lewis W. Tappan, Au- 
tus H. Fiske, William W. Goddard, 
■ • - re Callendcr, Joseph Iasigi, Wm. 
' - ahall, John S. Wright, Wm. Ropes, 
George 15, Upton, Thomas Gray, Charles 
Par tin, Charles O. Whitmore, John Chirk, 
) imes Lee, Jr., Directors. J. Theodore 
Chirk, Marine Clerk. John J. Loring, 
Fire Cleric. Geo. P. Pernio, 2d Fire Clerk. 
Officers chosen 1st Tuesday in November. 



FIREMEN'S INSURANCE 
COMPANY. 

No. 75 State Street. In* cor. 1831. 
Capital, $Z I i,G0O. 

Thomas C. Amorv. President. Shubai 
Q. II :••:•,. Serrtia v. J -hri Coll . in r 
J '.. .1 it iddeits N'ici nls, J. .Amur) D lvj 
. ila v-. S uu'.i 1 Lv. Pu\ >un, Jatm 
! a. John P. Parker, Nathaniel Ha 

rh, Ueorsie W . Messinger, Charles Amor; 
Charles Dean*, Dira tors. 

P -i ' ■ ids, 2d Mond iv oi 3 aiuarj an 
July 

Odicers chosen 2d Monday in July. 



FRANKLIN INSURANCE 
COMPANY. 

No. 44 State Street. Incor. 1823. 
Capital, 5:100,000. 

Francis Welch, President. William M. 
B vraes, Secrt tm ■;. Frcdt rick H. Bradlee, 
.John A. Blanchard, Henry W. Abbot, 
GeoTge L. Prate, Eben Dale, Francis W. 
Welch, Adolphus Davis, Edward A. 
Crcwninshield, Directors. A. T. Byrnes, 
Clerk. 

Dividends, January and July. 

Officers chosen 2d Monday in March. 

HOPS INSURANCE COMPANY. 

No. 60 State Street. Ix.cotr. 1800. 
■ . Capital, $200,000. 

Augustus Lovett, President. William 
McManus, Secretary. Benjamin A. Gould, 
George Callender, Nathaniel Goddard, 
Gustavus Tuckerman, Jr., William F. 
Parrott, John R. Pee, Francis D. Darling, 
Foster Waterman , Edward S. Tobey, John 
P. Thorndike, Directors. 

Dividends, April and October. 

Officers ehos-en 2d M< nday in April. 

HANUFACTTJREE^ INSUR- 
ANCE COMPANY. 

No. 50 State Street. Ixcor. 1822. . 
Capital, $400,000. 

C. W. Cartwright, President. Samuel 
Gould, Secretary. Oris Daniell, Henry 
Hall. John Williams, James Read, Benj. 
F. White, William T. Andrews, George 
Morey, Calvin W. Clark. Chas. L. Thayer, 
James H. Bcal, Nathaniel Snow, D rec- 
tors. T. B. G. Messinjver, James J. Good- 
rich, Clerks. 

Dividends, April and October. 
Officers chosen 2d Wednesday in January, 

MASS. HOSPITAL LIFE INS. 
COMPANY, 

No. 50 State Street. In cop*. 1SS3 

Capital, $6 !0J ' '• 
Nathan Appleton, President. Moses L. 
Hale. Secr'y. Wm. Appleton.. Josi h Brad- 
L .. Wm. S. Ballard, N II. Emmons, John 
C. Gray, Robert Hooper, Thomas 1 mb, 
George W.Lvtnan, William Minot", L'hos. 
Motlev, J mathan Phillips, David Sears, 
John Tappan, George Ticknor, Robert C. 
Winthrop, Vice Presidents. Willi m Amp- 
rv, inaos A. Lawrence, Francis B - n, J, 
In jersoll Bowdii h. J. Wiley Pd nands, 
Geo. H. Kuhn. Charles G. Lorii >, Fc i«s 
C. Lowell, ^o)^ A. Lowell. George R. 
Minot,.Ignatius Sargent, vViilin w Siunrnj. 
Edward Austin. Directors. Charles G. 
Lorir-n", icti'cin/. Ed'w in! L. Perkins, 
11 . .,-. Henry P. Ch luberlain, Clerk. 
Albert Smith, Sle-ssenyer. 

Dividends, January. 

Officers chosen 3d Mcfr.dny in January. 

MASS. MUTUAL FIRE IKSUH- 
ANCE CO. 
No. 39 State Street. Ixcoji. 17' iS - 
Chas. WelU, President. William Tufts, 
Secretary. Charles A\> Us. William -T An- 
drews, Fahvard Brooks, Horatio II. Hun- 
newell, Geor c tl. Kuhn, Samuel Way, 
Wm. Minot, John P. Thorridike, Moses 



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MASSACHUSETTS REGISTER. 



Williams. Nathaniel H. Emmons, Jeffrey 
Richardson, William W.Tucker, Edw'd 
Codman, Directors. Henry S. Humphrey, 
Messenger. 

Officers chosen 1st Tuesday in June. 

MECHANICS MUT. FIRE INS. 
COMPANY. 

No. 23 State Street. In cor. 1336. 

Solomon Kovey, President. Osborn 
B. Hall, Secretary. David Tillson, Thomas 
Moulton, John Boles, Benjamin Beal, Jo- 
nas Fitch, Loyal Lovejoy,John H. Booker, 
Job A. Turner, Nath'l Adams, Jos. D. 
Roberts. Robert Marsh, William Whiting, 
Directors. James D. K. Willi*, Cterk. 

Officers chosen 2d Wednesday in May. 

MERCANTILE MARINE INS, 
COMPANY. 

No. 53 State Street. Incor. 1823. 

Capital, 5300,000. 
Nathaniel Meriam, President. William 

B. Coffin, Secretary. Benjamin Bangs, 
James B. Bradlge, Benjamin Howard, 
John E. Lodge, Edward Wigglesworth., 
Elijah Williams, Geo R. Minet, Richard 

C. Nichols, Chas. Wills, Nathaniel Sno^r, 
Directors, 

Dividends, May and November. 

Officers chosen 2d Monday in March. 

MERCHANTS INSURANCE CO. 

No. 38 State Street. In cor. 1S16. 
Capital, §500,000, 

Thomas C. Smith, President. Tames C. 
Braman. Secretary. Francis B. Crownin- 
shield, Eiias E. Davison, Daniel S. Curtis, 
Israel Whitney. Patrick Grant, Henry V. 
Ward, -John ~ Williams, RSfet; Hooper, 
Samuel Hooper, Samuel T. -Morse, J. 
WilevEdmr:- :-, Jas. Lawrence, Directors. 
Francis H. DU, Ge rge W. Pear*? Jr.. 
I. B. P. Blafce, Ckrks. 

Dividends, April and October. 

Officers chosen 1st Tuesday in January, 

NATIONAL INSURANCE CO. 

No. 66 Stat;. Street. Ixcor. 1S32. 
Capital, §500,000. 

Samuel W. Swett, President. Aaron II. 
Bean, Secretary. Daniel Denny, J. Wiley 
Edmands, B. v. White, John A. L< well, 
Francis Skinner, Daniel Kimball, Isaac 
Livermore, Geo. A. Gardner, Ceo. Howe, 
George H. Kuhn, Marshall P. Wiider.Jas. 
McOre^-or, Jos. M. Beebe, Israel Whit- 
ney, Win. Amory, II. Hooper. Sam'l T. 
r>a.na,S. Frothingham, Nathaniel M 
James Lawrence* William S. Bull ird, 
Samuel W. Swett, Nathaniel H. E anions, 
William Hammond, Nathaniel Snow, Di- 
rectors. E. S. Boynton, Assistant Clerk. 

Dividends, April and October. 
Officers chosen 2d Wednesday in J rj. 

NEPTUNE INSURANCE CO. 
No. 64 State Street. Incor. 1831. 

Capital, §300,000. 
C.Curtis, President. Geo. F. Osborne, 
Secretary. Andrew T. Hall, Chas. Homer, 



Charles J. Morrill, Barnabas Davis, Benj 
Sewall, John P. Thorndike, Joseph Whit- 
ney, George Gardner. Directors. Wrn. H. 
Cutting, Stephen Osborne, Wm. H. Cut- 
ting, Jr., Clerks. 

Dividends, April and October. 
Officers chosen 1st Monday in May. 

N. E, HUT. LIPS INS. CO. 

No. 39 State Street. Incor. 1835. 
Organized 1343. 

Willard Phillips, President. Benjamin 
F. Stevens, Secretary. Charles P. Cur 
tis, Thomas A. Dexter, Marshall P. Wil- 
der, Sewell Tappan. Charles Hubbard, A. 
W. Thaxter, Jr., William B. Reynolds, 
George H. Folger, Patrick T. Jackson, 
Directors. John Homans, M. D., Consult' 
ing Physician. 

Officers chosen 2d Monday in December. 



N. E. HUT. MARINE INS. CO. 

Merchants Exchange Building, 

State St. Incorporated, 1839. 

Joseph II. Adams, President. Benj* 
I Lyon, Secretary. Samuel S. Allen, Assist- 
ant Secretary. Joseph H. Adam?, Nathan 
J B. Gibbs, F am ham Plummer, Joseph V. 
Bacon, Chas. Cunningham, Benjamin E. 
1 Bates, Benjamin Howard, Isaac Taylor, 
I Henry Lincoln, N. G. Chapin, John S. 
Jenness, Wrn. Thwing, Peter Butler, Jr., 
Ezra H. Baker, Frederick Nickerson, M. 
j Day Kimball, Alpheus Hardy, Holmes 
Ammidown, Osborn Howes, William Lin- 
I coin, Barnabas Thacher, William T. Glid- 
| den, Thomas W. Peirce, Geo. C. Lord, 
| Directors. Chas. P. Presson, Clerk. Ed- 
| ward A. Snelling, Messenger. 

Officers chosen 1st Monday in January. 



■ N. E. RAILROAD TIUT. FIRS 
INSURANCE CO. 

No. 11 Railroad Exchange. 

Waldo Htgginson, President. Oliver P. 
Rice, Secretary. S.imuel Hooper, John 
W. Brooks Uriel Crocker, William A. 
Crocker, Wm. Minot, Jr., I. M. Spelman, 
Charles L. Putnam. Samuel H. Walley, 
Waldo Higginson, Directors. 
Officers chosen 2d Tuesday in. November- 

NORTH AMERICAN FIRE INS. 
COMPANY, 

I No. 10 Old State House. Incor. 1S51. 
Capital, 5300,000. 

Albert Bowker, President. Charles L. 
Pitts, Secretary. Silas Peirce, Benjamin 
' Lamson. Samuel Hail, Henry N. Hooper, 
j Thomas P. Rich. John P. Ober, William C. 
| Barstow, Chas. Henry Parker, John .Jc-- 
I fries, Jr., Alfred A. Wellington, Solomon 
| Piper, Ebenezer Atkins, Benjamin E. 
j V Ltes, Jacob Sleeper, John C. Potter, Di- 
rectors. 

Odicers chosen 2d Tuesday in March. 



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QUINCY FIRE AND MARINE 
INSURANCE CO, 

Of Boston. 

No. 20 Congress Street. Incob. 18.55. 

Capital, $100,000. 

Gideon F. Thayer, Presidi nt. Franklin 
Greene, Jr., Secretary. Benj. C. Clark, 
Louis Congdon, James W. Converse, 
Frederick Cunningham, Franklin Greene, 
Jr., Francis M. Johnson, Abbott Law- 
rence, Jos. S. Hopes. Gideon F. Thayer, 
Albert Thompson, E. P. Tilruon, Wm. 
D. Ticknor, George W. Warren, Directors. 

Officers chosen 2d Wednesday in April. 

SHAWMUT MUTUAL FIRS 
INSURANCE CO. 
No, SO Washington Street. Incor- 
porated, 1853. Capital, $110,000. 
Joseph Porter, Pre*. At well Richard- 
son, Secretary. Joseph Porter, Milton 
Fuller. Window Lewis, A. Richardson, 
Atwell Richardson, E. A Hunting, E. G. 
Dudley, T. D. Bond, Nathaniel Evans, 
Jr., John Hall, M. M. D'ean/W.R. Huston, 
William Cuitis, Laban Greealeaf, W. N. 
Slason, F. O. Irish. John Vo*e, Jr., J. M. 
Merriam, J. R. Clarke. Directors. 
Officers chosen 1st Tuesday in Dec, 

SHOE &/ LEATHER DEALERS 
FIRE & MARINE INS. CO, 

No. 11 Kilby Street. Incor, 1855, 

Capital, 5100,000. 
John C. Abbott* President. Jo fen C Ab- 
bott. George Hood, Wm. Burrage, Nahum 
Jones. Silas Potter, Gerry W. Cochrane, 
Frederick Jones, John Hill, Daniel W. 
Nutting. J B.Winn, Minot Tirrell, Francis 
Dane. L. B. Harrington, Albert Tirrell, 
Samuel Chase. Janies S. Stone John P. 
R< bias-on, \V. S. Messervey, Eben B.-Pl it- 
lips, Tyler Raehelier, Directors, Cyrus 
M. Stimson, Secretary. 

Officers chosen 2d Wednesday in April # 

STATE MUTUAL FIRE INS, CO. 

Brazer's Building, 

No. 27 State Street, [Up Stairs.] 

Incorporated, 1343. 

Joseph F. Hovey, President, Pelham 
Bonney, Jr., Secretary. Leopold Herman, 
George H. Gray, Isaac IL Gary, Fiavel 
Moselev, William Dall, Levi Bolt-;. S im'l 
M. Phillips, E. N. ChadSock, Joel Whee- 
ler, Francis Standish, Joseph W. Coburn, 
Oliver Carter, Directors. John William 
Boies, Clerk. 

Officers chosen 2d Monday in April. 

TRADERS' MUTUAL FIRE 
INSURANCE CO. 

No. 17 State Stiit:et. Ixeoit. 1S54. 

G. W. Norris, President. Albert I. 
Sawyer, Secretory. S. I.'. Mayi ird, Trea- 
surer. G. W. Norn., James G. Fuller, 
C! tries Bird. Jr., Samuel Kdmhd!, A. I. 
Sawyer, D. U. Norris, S. B. Maymxrd, 
John F. Fennb, M, N. Davison, R. C. 
Hobby, Directors. 



UNION MUT. FIRE INS. CO. 

No. 29 State Street. Incur. 18-43. 

Enoch Hohart, President. George G. 
Field, Secretary. Enoch Hobart. Samuel 
H. Wallev, Benj. Lamson, Asa Swallow, 
Uriel Crocker, N. B. Borden, Billings 
Briggs, Samuel Leeds, Daniel Henchman, 
George H. Ku'un, Geo. T. Bigelow, Abra- 
ham T. Lowe, George A. Bourne, James 
Clark, Adam W. Thaxter, Jr., Eliphalet 
Jones, Jacob If. Lowd, John P. Ober, 
Directors. Robert F. Cummiugs, Clerk. 

Officers chosen 2d Tuesday in May. 

UNION MUX. LIFE INS. CO. 
Directors' Office, 68 State Street. 
Of Augusta, Maine. Incorporated, 1848. 

Original and Accumulated Capital, 
£650,000. 

Elisha B. Pratt. President. Whiting H. 
Hollister, Secretary. Elisha B. Pratt, 
Daniel Sharp, James Sawver, Henry 
Crocker, Matthew Cobb, E. R. Secco.mb, 
R. S. S. Andres, of Boston; Reuel Wil- 
liams, John D. Lang, J. K. Williams, 
Charles Jones, of Maine ; G. C. Collin 5, of 
New York, Directors. John C. Sharp, 
M. T)., Medical Examiner. Langford. \VY 
Loring, Bookkeeper. 

UNITED STATES INS. CO. 

No. 74 State Street. Ivor. 1825. 

Capital, 5200,000. 

Robert B. Williams, Presidi nt. Joshua 
PL Davis, Secretary. Rob't B. Williams, 
Wm. Perkins, Edvv'd S. Tobey, Ammi C. 
Lombard, Alfred C. Hersey, George K-. 
Sampson, John S.Wright, Osborn H Wcs, 
Wnu Bramhall, Ezra IL Baker. South- 
worth Shaw, Dw.ightBJ...omhard,. Directors. 

Dividends, December and June. 
Officers chosen 2d Monday in January. 

WARREN' INS. COMPANY. 

No. 12 Kilby Street. Incor. 1835. 

Capital, §'150,000. 

Paraclete Holmes, President C. E. W. 
Dimmock, Secretary. John C. Abbott, 
Elisha Atkins, John Tyler, Paraclete 
Holmes, Bradley N. Cumings, Edwin F. 
Adams, Jas. Tirrell, Wm. S. Ad tms, 
Foster Waterman, Ezra H. Baker, Direc- 
tors. A. Webster, Jr., <" rk. 

Officers chosen 2d Wednesday in April. 

WASHINGTON INS. CO. 

No. 72 State Street. Incob. 1824. 

Capital, $200,000. 
Isaac Sweetser, President. Benjamin 
Sweetser, Si r htry. Thos. Lamb, Richard 
Sonic, John T. Coolidge, T. Jefferson 
Cooli lire, M. II. Simpson, P.M. Parkman, 
John 11. Thorudike, John A. rliggjnson, 
Is ac Sweetser, Directors. James S words 
and Alonzo Ltanlett, Clerks. 

Dividends, April and October. 
Officers chosen 1st Monday in May. 



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MASSACHUSETTS REGISTER. 



COUNTRY INSURANCE COMPANIES, 



Location. 



Fresi 



Secretary. 



Abin^ton Mut. Fire. Abington, 

Annisquam Mut. Fire, Gloucester, 
Ashfield Mutual Fire, Ashfield, 

Allan tic Mut. Fire and Mar., Prov't n, 
Attleborough Mir Fire, Attleboro', 
Barnstable"Co. Mut. Fire, Barnstable, 
B< •'• -..ire Mutual Life, Pittsfield, 
Berkshire Mutual Fire, Pittsfield, 
Beverly, BeverlV, 

Boot & Shoe Man'-. Mu. Fire. Lynn, 
Bristol Co, Mut. Fire, Xc-v Bedford, 
Cambridge Mut. Fire, Cambridgep't, 
Chariest swn Mut. Fire, Charlest'n, 
Chatham' Mutual Marine, Chatham. 
Chelsea Mutual Fire. Chelsea, 

Citizens' Mutual Fire, Brighton, 

City Mutuai Fire, Roxbury, 

Cohasset Mutual Fire, Cohasset, 

Comraerci il, Nantucket, 

Cmnraereial Mut. Marine, ' N. BedL, 
Co away Fire, Conway, 

Dedham Mutual Fire, Dedham, 

Dennis and Harwich Mutual, 
Dorchester Mutual Fire, Dorchester, 
Equitable Mut. Marine, Prov'town, 
Essex Mutual Fire. Salem, 

Fairhaven Mar. Marine, Falrhaveti, 
Farmers' Mutual 1- ire, Georgetown, 
Fayette Mutuai Fire, Lawrence, 

Fitchbarg Mutual lure, Fitehburg, 
Franklin Mutual Fire. ' Greenfield, 
G >uce-stei Fishing Mut., Gloucester, 



Glouee 5t ,r M .-.-. -. 
Granbv Mutual Fire, 



Greenfield 



Gloucester, 
Granbv, 



Sc Mut. Fire 



Grovel . ; 1 Mutual, 
Hampden Fire, 
Hamilton M :ual, 

1 1 • ■ . ■ ; ' r ! j> . ■ : - . I : 
El ■-■ rhill Mut ml F 
; .. ■ r am Mutual J 



Groveland, 

Springfield, 

Salem, 

Northampton, 

Ha evhiii. 

Hingham, 

Hingham & Cohasset Mu. Mar. Co., 



Hoi 



u ituai irire, 



Holyoke Mutual Fire 

Housatonie Mat. Fire 

H ■■- : ■ Fire, 

Lowell M itual Fire, 

Lynn Mutual Fire, 

L-vnn Mechanics' Fire & Mar., Lynn 

Marlboro' Mutual Fire, Marlboro' 



Hollisjam, 
Salem, 

Stocked l.;e, 

Lowell, 

Lou-ell, 

Lvnn, 



1854 ! 
18-55 I 
1836 | 

1S51 | 

| 1852 i 

i : 

I IS'29 i 

1833 

j 1830 ; 

i isig ; 

j 1846 i 
j 183i j 

i 18-58 
I 1849 
I 1837 | 

! 1855 I 



1855 

1855 
1817 
1813 
1848 

1817 

1851 
1828 

1851 



is-a 

1826 

! 1S41 I 

! 1854 j 
I 181S : 



Mass. Mutual Life, 
M issas, it. 



Mutual Fire, 



Snringtield, 
Springfi ild, 
Wori est r. 



Merchants' Mut. Mar., Newburvport, 
Merch.& Farm. Mut. Fire, Wo'rcest., 



Mi 

v 
Mutua 

Nor! i 
. 
Pacittf 
P. atva 
Peop ■ 
P i 



ac Mnru u Fire, Andover, 

■x Mutual Fire, Com rd, 

M .■•; i : Fire, Miiford, 

• i ' ty Fire, South ReadiTi :, 

i Mut. Marine, NewBedf. 

: " " M u Fire, New b'l ut, 

• ' I Fire, Dedham, 

■ • Mut Fire, North m'n, 

■■■■ I ire and Mar., P.ymouth, 

Mutis .1. New Bedford, 

• ' tu^i Fire, Havei ill, 
- '■ .'- Mut. Fire, Taunton, 
i S -. i Mi I re, Won ;»t , 



Plymouth! i. Mm 1 
Qumcy \! utu d Fire, 



Plymouth, 

' Qui; U - y, j 



1828 

1833 



1851 

is 5 7 



! 1816 
I 132S 
| 1S26 

| 1853 
j 1S43 

1825 
1855 



LS53 

is-is 

1847 

1851 



Baxter Cobb, 
Nathaniel Daly, i 
Henry S. Ranney, j 
Samuel Super, 
John Daggett, 
Zenas D. Bassett, 
Geo. N. Briirirs, 
Ezekiel R. Colt, | 
Mich'l Whitney, j 
Wm. Bassett, 
Wm. H. Taylor, ; 
Josiah W. Cook, 
Chas. Thompson, ! 
Nathaniel Snow, j 
Jesse Gould, 
Ed. C. Sparhawk, 
Aaron D. \V iliiams, j 
Danl, T.Lothrop. j 
Fran. M. Mitchell, 
Chas. E. Tucker, | 
Jas. S. Whitney, | 
Abraham F. Howe, j 
Nehemiah CrowellJ 
Asaph Churchill, j 
Thomas Hilliard, j 
George Nichols, 
F. K. Whitwell, 
Thos. E. Pay son, | 
Dana Sargent, j 
Nathan Wood, 
Samuel H. Reed, j 
Joseph 0. Procter, j 
Isaac Somes, 
Chas. S. Ferry, 
Rufus Howl mi!, 
Nat'l H. Griffith, 
Wm. B. Calhoun, 
Wm. C. Pre* o 
SamT F. Lvman, 
Alfred'Kittred ;, 
Sol. Line >.ln, 
Laban Souther, 
Ah] en Lei and, 
Augustus Story, 
Chads. M.O-ven', 
Nathan Allen, 
J. H. B. Aver, 
Nathan D. Chase, 
MicajahC. Pratt, 
Jz. S. Witherbee, 
Caleb Rice, 
Samuel S. Day, 
Henry A. Dennv, 
I. IL Boardj i i , 
Isaac Davis, 
Sam'i Merrill, 
Daui 1 Shai i i k. 
Aar'nC.Mayhew, 
Lilley Eaton 
rletfrv Tabei, 
JohnBalch, 
Abraham F, Howe. 



Albert Field, 
id h. Hemenwav, 
• Isaac N.Sta Idafd, 

i Wm. S. Morton, 



John N. Noves. 
Oliver W. Sargent. 
Levi Gardner. 
Enos Nickerson. 
Sam. Carpenter, 2d. 
Amos Otis. 
Benj. Chickering. 
James Buel. 
Rob't G. Bennett. 
Andrews Dreed. 
Jos. S. Tillinghast. 
Abrah'm Lan sing. 
James G. Fuller. 

Jason B. Loomis. 
S. W. Towbridge. 

Geo. Gregerson. 
Henry J. Turner. 

Andrew J. Morton, 
W. T. Russell. 
David C. Rogers. 

Ira Cleveland. 

M. W. Nickerson. 

Wm. F. Temple. 

Nat'n D. Freeman. 

John H. Nichols. 

John A. Hawes. 

W r m. Boynton. 

A. C. Chadwick, 

Abel Thurston. 

Alrnon Brainard. 

,),,. ma P.Trask. 

Alfred Presson. 

Philo Ch spin. 

Wendell T.Davis. 

Nathaniel Ladd. 

Jos. C Pvnchon. 

John T. B i 

li trrey Kiiklarul. 

D md'Boynt >n. 

David Harding. 

H. C. Tower. 

Thos. E. Andrew?. 

John T. Bun .. mi. 

,i i. E. Field. 

Josh.AV. Daniels. 

Jacob Robbins. 

Andrew- Br< ed. 

Amos Rhodes. 

Hull is Loring. 

F. B. Bacon. 

J. S. Parish. 

Wm. 3. Denny. 

Joseph J. Kn 
; Chas. L. Putnam. 
; S mm el Gr iy. 

Natl n Brooks. 

Chas. F: Chapin. 
rWm.H, Willis. 
I Wm. II. Tavlor. 
- Joseph J. K i i . 
' Ira Cleveland. 



W 



•tb. 



Charles E. Jewett. 

Philip E. Hill. 
i E. II. Currier. 
i John T. P. all. 
I 8; pheD Bates. 



INSURANCE COMPANIES IN OTHER CITIES. 



141 



Loec 



When I 
Com. j 



S&crr.tary. 



Salem Marine, Salem, 

.- ilem Mutual Fire, Salem, 

Salisbury and Anaesbury Mut. Fire, * 
South Danyers Mu. Fire, So. Danyers, 
Saugus Muti al, S tu <us, 

Springfield Fire & Mar., Springfield, 
Springfield Mut. Fire Assurance, 
State Mut. Life Assurance, Worcest., 
Traders' and Mechanics', Lowell,. 
Triton Mutual Marine, Chatham, 

Union Mutual Marine, New Bedford, 
Westfield Mutual Fire, "We^tfield, 
Westford Mutual Fire, "Westford, 

West Newbury M utual Fire, W. N. , 
Western Ma-'s. Fire. Pittsfield, 

Weym'th & Braintree Mut. Fire, W'h, 
Worcester Mutual Fire, Worcester, 
Yarmouth Marine, Yarmouth, 



1835 

1829 

IS 19 
18-27 
184-5 
1848 



1851 i 

1853 | 
1840 ! 
1S28 i 
i 
1833 ! 
1824 



Jeremiah Page, 
John H. Nichols, 
Thomas J. Clark, 
Henry Cook, 
Edward Pranfcer, 
Edm'd Freeman, •- 
Elijah Blake, 
Isaac Davis, 
Joshua Converse, 
Joshua Nickerson, 
T. S. Hathavvav, 
E. B. Gillett, ' 
Thus. Richardson, 
Dean Robinson, 
Ensign II. Kilby, 
Appieton Howe, 
Anthony Chase, ■ 
Isaiah Crowell, 



I William North ey. 
i Chas. S. Nichols'. 
I Wm. C. limney. 
i Geo. A. Osborne. 
! Benj. F. Newhall. 
I Wm. Conner, Jr. 
j Lewis Gorham. 
I Clarendon Harris. 
[ Edwd. F. Sherman. 

j Borden Wood. 
I Asa P. Rand. 
: John Cutter. 
I J. C. Carr. 
\ J. C. Goodridge. 
i I ..'. is Ri i^ar : >. 
Chas. M. Miles. 
I David K. Akin. 



* In Salisbury. 



INSURANCE COMPANIES IN OTHEB CITIES 

Having Agencies in Boston. 



23TNA INSURANCE CO. 
Of Hartford, Conn. 

Incor, 1819. Capital 51,000,000. 

Edwin G. Ripley, President. Thos. A. 
Alexander, Vice President. Thomas K, 
Brace, Jr., Secretary. 

Thos, K. Brace, Sam'l Tudor, Ward 
Woodbridge, Joseph Church, Fred. Tyler, 
Robert Buell, Miles A. Tuttle, Eben'r 
Flower, E. A. Bulkeiey, Roland Mather, 
E. G. Ripley, S. SfWard, Henry Z. Pr^tt, 
Austin Dunham, G. F. Davis, D. Hiilyer, 
Thos. A. Alexander, Directors. 

Farabam Piummer, Agent, No. 2 Union 
Building, 40 State Street. 



5UH- 
ANGE CO. 
Of Pittsfield, Mass. 

Ixoon. axd Organized A. D. 1851. 
Cash paid up Capital, - £10.0,000 
A c cumi-j. x t v. d S v ep lus , - 8 0,00 

A Dividend paid at the close of the first 
five years' business of twenty per cent, or 
one-fifth of all the Life Premiums paid in 
on existing policies. The investments of 
the Company are limited by charter to 
such securities as are permitted to Sav- 
ings Banks. 

George N. Brigss, President. T. F. 
Piunkeit, Vict President. Benj. Chicker- 
in<?, Sue. and Treas, 
/(ieor.-j >X. Brigg-j, T. F. Plunke.U, Jas. 
Fi mess, George J. Tucker, Theo. Poin- 
croy, L. 11. Gamwell, Thos. G. Carson, 
ileur-y S. Briggs, Geo. H. Phelps, Wm. C. 
Plimkett, Wm. Pollock, Elias Merwln, 
Phinehas Allen, Jr., Chas. >i. Owen, A. II. 
Pease, P. L. Pa-_-e, S. Biaekinton, Samuel 
Ingails, \V. M. Root, A. C. Russell, 
Henry Clark, Henry Stearns, Directors. 

Augustus A. Gould, M. D., Buckmin- 
ster Brtinrn, M. 1)., Examining Physiei its. 
m Office, No. S Webster B nk Building, 
13 Exchasge Street, Boston. 
J. F. Stone, General Age>' f , 



OHAHIiESTOWN MUTUAL 
FIBXJ INS. CO. 

1ST CO KPG RATED IN 1836. 

Charles Thompson, President. James 
G. Fuller, Secretary. 

W. C. Alden, Agent, Noa. 5 and 13 Old 

State House. 

CHARTER OAK LIPS INS. CO. 

Of Hartford, Conn. 

Capital and Surplus, $700,000. 

James C. Yv" alkiey, President. John L. 

Bunee, Vice P 'res. Samuel El. White, Sec. 

Arthur Merrill, Agent, 27 State Street. 

CONNECTICUT FIBS INT. CO, 

Of Hartford, Conn, 
Case Capital, $200,000, with. Las^E 

SCAPLUS. 

Benj. W.Greene, Prtsident. John P. 
Eldredge, Secretary. 

Arthur Merrill, Agent, 27 State Street. 

CONN. MUTUAL LIPS INS. CO. 

Established at Hartford, Cor^, h ■■- r- 
porated by the Legislature of Conn., 1S4L». 
Acquired Capital, o-ver £3,i ).0J0, 
Edwin Hoy, Genera! Agent. OiBce, 20 
Stare Street. 

James Goodwin, President. Guy li. 
Phelps, Secretary. 
Jas. Goodwin, Fdwin I). Tiffany, Ma- 
j son Gross, Edward B. Waikinsou, ■iulu 
C. Palmer, Zephaniah Preston, N. >1. 
Waterman, Edward W. Parsons:, Henry 
I Perkins, -Gut 14 PhelpsjHartfnrd; David 
Wilder, Jr., Boston ; Charles Dennis, New 
I York, Directors. 
j Chas.G. Pmna-m, M. D., Physician. 

CONTINENTAL INS. CO. 

Of New York City. 

I Cash Cap., $-500,000, with Large Suar. 

| Geo.T.IIope,Pr«?s. H.H. -Lamport, &c- 

Arthur Met rill, Agent, 27 State Street. 



142 



MASSACHUSETTS REGISTER. 



! 



HARTFORD FIRE INS. CO. 
Of Hartford, Conn. 
Incokfokated lS'iO. Capital, £.500,000. 

IT. Huntington, President. T. C. Allyn, 
Secretary. C. C Lyman, Assist. Sec're* 
tan). Wm. N. Bowers, Actuary. 

11. Huntington, Albert Day, James 
Go< dwin, Charles Bosvvell, Henry Keney, 
Calvin Day, Job Allyn, John P. Brace, 
Charles J. llu^s, Directors. 

Farnham Plummer, Agent, 2 Union 
Building, 40 State Street. 

KOLYOKE MUTUAL FIRE 
INSURANCE CO. 

Of Salem. Chartered in 1843. 

Available Capital, oveh 5350,000. 

Cash Capital, over $80 000. 

Augustus Story, President J. T. Burn- 
ham, Secretary. 

This Company : has been in operation 
about fourteen yean?, and continues to 
insure on Buildings, Merchandise, and 
Personal Property not extra, hazardous, 
on terms as favorable as other dividend- 
paying companies. 

Refer ■rw.X'v by permission, Hon. Cfeas. G. 
Boring, Hot.. George H. Kuhn, Hon. Al- 
bert Tborndike, Boston; Hon. J. C. Per- 
kins, Hun. Nathan'l Siisbee, Hon. Asahel 
Huntington, Salem. 

W.C. Alden, Agent, Nos. 5 and 13 Did 
State House, Boston. 

MTJT. BENEFIT LIFE INS, CO, 

Of New Jersey. 

Capital, over $2,700,000. 

Robert L. Patterson, President B. 
C. Miller, Secretary. 

C. S. Mackne't, L. C. Grover, JosiahO. 
Low, H. McFarlan, I. H. Frothingham, 
John K. Weeks, Edward A. Strong, A. S. 
Sneiling, R. II, Greene, J. W. Condit, N. 
Pern. , IJirevtor-8. 

L fetenevs in Boston S. Fairbanks, Wm. 
P. Co lidge, L. U Lvtlett a- Co., C. G. Lur- 
ing, C. W. Cartwright, Johnson, Sewall 
& Co.. N. A. Thompson, Plan chard, 
Sherman & Co., V. Brown & Son, Wat- 
6on Fret-man, Esq. 



D. Humph rpys Storer, M. D., Medical 
Examiner, 132 Trcmont Street. Boston, 

J. B. Prihcf , General Agent arid Attor- 
ney, 21 State Street. 

MUTUAL SAFETY INS, CO. 
Of South Heading, Mass. 

INCORPORATED, 1853. 

L. Eaton, Fret. W. H. Willis, Seer. 
Edward Mansfield. Treas. 

Wm. C. Alden, Agent, 5 & 13 Old State 
House. 

ROYAL INSURANCE CO. 
Of Liverpool, Eng. 

Authorized Capital, £2,000,000, oh 

510,000,000. 

Paid up Capital and Surplus, £500,000 or 

#3,000,000. 

Funds invested in New York, £60,000, or 

5300,000. 

Shareholders personally liable for all 

claims. 

Percy M. Dove, Manager and Actuary. 

Insures buildings and their contents 

against loss ox damage by J- ire, at the 

current rates. Losses adjusted and paid 

in Boston. 

Stephen Higginsqn, Agent and Aiior' 
ney, 7 Union Building, 40 State street. 

UNITY FIRE INSURANCE CO. 

Of London. 

Subscribed Capital, £2,000,000 ster- 
ling, or £ 10,000,000. 

The Unity Fire Insurance Company will 
issue Policies for Less or Damage by Fire, 
on Buildings, Merchandise, Household 
Furniture, &c, &c, at the usual rates. 

Lo-ses adjusted and promptly paid, 
without reference to London. 

A Special Fund of 5150,000 is held by 
the'New York Trustees, tor the benefit of 
Policy Holders, in accordance with the 
law of the State. 

New York Trvstees^Cvileh O. Halsted, 
President Manhattan Bank; Schuyler 
Livingston, firm Of Barclay & Livingston ; 
Watts Sherman, firm or Duncan, Sherman 
& Co. 

Faxnharn Plummer, Agent, 40 State St., 
Boston, Mass. 



LOAN FUND ASSOCIATIONS IE BOSTON, 



AMERICAN. 
No, 10 Summer Street'. 



ATLANTIC. 
j No. 3 Phcenix Building. 

Albert J. Wright, President Jesse Tir- ; 3 ^B.&v&tnce, President. J. B Sev- 
' ', r; , President. Stevens Beekwith, j * ranc £ i (,s - "• Brackett, Huam Weeks, 
Jtow W. Vose, James W. Bates, Wm i Geo. L. Parrott, C. W Cummmgs, Z>*m> 
Uajcww, Geo. Moulton, James V. McKen- i gf s - ^ mos Curmmngs, Jr., Secretary. 
my, CM. A. Twitched] Junes!) Kent i ^ ' m ' ifc0 S ers » Attorney. Geo. B. Parrott, 



J. Birkmaier, Hosea I Surveyor. „■,„.„ 

..... j esse Rus'ell «Ls ! Officers ehosen annually, 1st Friday 



J».hft Favor, J. 

Ni>vcs, M. W. S 

T. i'cnniiiun, Dexter T. Mills, David G. 
C 1 :•• ; - liarles Carter, Wm. H. Bullock^ 
John £• Huj bard, Directors. Elijah R. 
Phinnej , S< 1 - tary. Chaa. Carter, Survey- 
or, V.'tn. Rogers, Attorney. 

Annual tuseting for choice of officers in 
January. 



i J' 



BLACKSTONE. 

No. Ill Hanoter Street. 

Daniel Farrar, President. Lorin L. 

Fuller, Vice President. Daniel Farrar. H. 

11. Campbell, Andrew B. Potter, Richard 



LOAN FUND ASSOCIATIONS. 



143 



P, Mallory, Smith Gerrish, Lorin L. Ful- 
ler, Henry J. Hunt, Thomas A. Westcott, 

.\ : ?*red ^. Brown, Moses W, Pond, Jacob 
.■'.>,••::, George Yendell, Jacob Fullerton, 
Jr., Samuel \Y. Clapp, Mark. F. Dunck- 
lee, Directors. Lyman S. Hapgo^d, Scc- 
reiary. Mark F- Duncklee, Attorney. 
Andrew 13. Putter, Appraiser. 

Odicers chosen annually, 4th Tuesday 
in May. 

BOSTON. 

No. 4-1 State Stkeet. 

Joseph G. Tnrrey, President. Chas. C. 
Nichols, Vice President. Geo. B. Nich- 
ols, Erastus Rugg, Jas. P. Sullivan, John 
H. Lester, Geo." P. K. Walker, Rufus S. 
Frost, John Taylor, Robert A. Cross, 
Daniel Bolles-, George L. Chesbro, David 
S. Tarr, James A. Tower, Edward W. 
Hatchings, James T. Phelps, Henry C. 
Taylor, Frederick W. French, Theo. N. 
Foque, Directors. James T. Phelps, Sec- 
retary. • James P. Sullivan, Attorney. 
Erastus Rugg, Surveyor. 

Officers enosen annually, 4th Wed- 
nesday in January. 

BOYLSTO N . 

Nc. 114 Hanoyes Street. 

Andrew B. Potter, President. Chas. L. 
Shaw, Vice President. A. I). Potter, Cal- 
vin Bird, Chas. W. Warren, Richard. P. 
Mallory, Simon N. Watson, Thaddeus 
Stone, Chas- L. Shaw, Gardiner D Dur~ 
sin, J. K. Wiggin. Hiram Morse, Robert 
Bunten, Mark F. Duncklee, Scunuel Gil- 
son, Levi Tower, Daniel D. Gilford, S. A. 
Viniiig, Directors. Lyman S. Hapgood, 
Secretary. Mark F. Duncklee, Attorney. 
Andrew B. Potter, Appraiser. 

Directors chosen annually, 2d Tuesday 
in January. 

EAST BOSTON KUTUAL. 
Meridian - Stkeet, E. Bcsto>-. 

David Y. Kendall, President.-- M prill 
Petteugill, Vice President. Edw.F. Por- 
ter, Joseph G. Hamblin, Wo. S.Albert- 
son, Richard Rich, Morrill Cole, F. M. 
Andrews, J; P. Hill, A. C Rider, E. A. 
Pettengill, John M. Doane, Thos. Robin- 
son, Directors. Caleb W. Prouty, Sec- 
retary. Daniel Goodwin, Surveyor. Silas 
B. Hahn, Attorney. 

F HAH KLIN. 
No. 41 Tkemont Stiieet. 

Seth W. Fowle, President. Samuel B. 
Krojgiaari, Vice President. William l.f. 
Jameson, JamesW. Converse, Lewis II. 
Washburn, Joseph Newmarch, Lynde A. 
IL ntiugton. Win E. French, J'ames I.. 
faylor, A. P. Griffin, A. Richardson, Di- 
rectors. William W. Bullock, Secretary. 
Elijah R. Phinney, Surveyor. Lewis ii. 
Wa sh hi i rn , A ttorney. 

Officers chosen annually, 2d Thursday 
in October. 

GLOBE. 
No. 40 State Street. 

Edrcraftd P. Dolbeare, Jr., President. 
fhos, C. Porter, Vice President. John 
i'urrington, Henry T. Spear, Jonathan 



Peirce, Sarn'l Colcord, George W. Hun- 
neweli, E. J. Bispham, Solon Thornton, 
Robert Wharton, Benjamin W. Adams, 
Abijal. P. White, Charles Havden, John 
C. Hubbard, A. T. Cpham, Chas. S. Par- 
ker, Edmund P. Dolbeare, Jr., Dexter T. 
Mills, Horace L. Hazelton, Samuel New- 
march, Win. A. Swift, Directors. George 
II. Fitch, Secretary Robert Wharton, 
Surveyor. Horace L. Hazel ton, Attorney. 
Officers chosen annually, 3d Tuesday in 
J an u <iry. 

HOWARD. 

No. 140 Broad St, 

John Binney, President. Dan'l Cragin, 
Vice President. Daniel Cragin, Howard 
A. Doe, Manley Howe, Thomas Russell, 
E. G. Cobb, B. F. Tombs, L. B. Bent, W. 
T, Vose, H. M.. Hobos, Directors. Amos 
Cummings, Jr., Secretin,'. 

Officers chosen annually, 1st Tuesday 
in May. 

' MASSACHUSETTS. 

No. 20 State Stkeet. 

James G. Blake, President. John C. 
Hubbard, Vice President. John 0. Hub- 
bard. Daniel Farrar, Charles S. Burgess, 
John D. G. Burden, Charles C. Cool- 
idge, Chas. H. Laughton, Henry Jones, 
Satn'l Curtis, Davis 'W. Bailey, Darin W. 
Holmes, Zenas E. Smith, Wui. Kent, Di- 
rectors. David Cham berlin, Secretary and 
Surveyor. William V. Thompson, Attor- 
ney. 

Officers chosen annually. 2d Wednesday 
in April. 

HAVE11ICE. 
East Boston. 

Edward F. Porter. Preside nt. Da\ id Y. 
Kendall, Vice President. Edward F. Por- 
ter, David Y. Kendall, Hi '.'.: Eieh, Mor- 



5, Austin Gove, Jn 



XV 



Charles Siudiey, William T 

William B. Sprague, Thomas Rn'; ui>on, 

M. Ii. Shute, Aria! Gove, H. P. Ci n, A. 

, C. Rider, Directors. Caleb W, r. mty, 

j Secretary. Silas B. Hahn, Attorney. John 

j M. Doane, Surveyor. 

MECHANICS. 

East Boston. 

Nichols Litehfield, President. Bradbury 
G. Preseott, Vice President. Morrill Cole, 
Salma E. Gould. John Howe, Jr., John S. 
Menduui, Jr., Charles W. M< L( II in, SYxn. 
Thompson, William F. Hail, Samuel Y. 
Cha e, Merrill Petting ill, Watson G. 
SJ vo, Wrn. T. '■' - ■'• > m-«n 1 Stins .a, 
Wm. C. Smith, Increases*. Hill, Leonard 
Pickering, Directors. Jairua Pratt. Jr., 
Secretary. Joseph G. Hamblin, Surveyor. 
I Edwin Wright, Attorney. 

Officers chosen annually, 1st Monday in 
March. 

XT ETROPOLITA N . 

No. 85 State Stueet. 
Edward Tyler, President. Robert L. 
Bobbi s, Vice President. James M. Frost, 
Chester H. Carruth, Josh. Kendall, \\ m. 



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Haskins, T. B. White. Benjamin W. Sea- 
mans, Charles B. Farley, Isaac Watts, Jo- 
-.••; '.i i'. Foster, ffm, F. Grubb, Edwin 
Fleming, T. brown Dix, A. E. Whiti lore, 
Wm. M. Pray, Royal Whiton, Jr.. D rec- 
tors, Edward G. Stevens, Secretary. Wm. 
V. .Thompson, Attorney. Benj. Bttrlin- 
game, Surveyor. 

Officers chosen annually, 3d Thursdey 
in March. 

NATIONAL. 
No. 40 State Street. 

Edmund P. Dolbeare, Jr., President. 
John Farringtbn, Vice President. Geo. 
W. Hunnewell, Charles C. Scott, Jona. 
Pierce. Thos. C. Porter, Rob't Wharton, 
Enos H.Tucker, Jr.. Simon P. Atkins, E. 
H. R. Ruggles, Henry T. Spear, Abijah 
P. White, Daniel C. berry, Samuel M. Col- 
cord, Edward Pear, Charles Hayden, F. 
P. Babbitt, Orren Peck, Directors. Geo. 
H. Pitch, Secretary. Robert Wharton, 
Surveyor. Wm. Rogers, Attorney. 

Officers chosen annually, 2d Monday in 
January, 

NEW EN G3U AND. 



No. H 



"-.rmi M'oeev. 



J. H. Hanaford, President. Calvin Ry- 
der, Vice Preside nt. S. M. Dullard, D. IL 
Oilman, Jesse W, Pay son, Samuel S. 
Moonev, Wm. Carpenter, A. B. Hall, 
William Rogers, David A. Sabiein, Thos. 
D. Morris, Brings Mann, Geo. S. Rawson, 
Calvin Ryder," John S, Damrell, II. C. 
Fxeemau,E. K. Phinney, J. M. Aih. n, C. 
L. Thierv, E. E. Blake, Leonard Morse, 
Joseph Parker, Charles Chittenden, Sam'l 
T). Hazebvood, Francis Jenks, Wm. S. 
Kyle, Wm. A. Merriam, F. W. Reeves, 
Directors. A. P. Blake, Secretary. Wm. 
Rogers, Attorney and Counsellor. Elijah 
R. Phinney, Surveyor. 

Officers chosen annually, 4th Wednes- 
day in J aiaarr. 

PEOPLE'S PJZRPSTTJAL-, 
No. 41 Tremoht Street. 

Wm. F. Go idwin, President. Levi Wi 1 - 
kias, Pi'.* President. Wm. P. Goudwin, 
Levi WRkins, Chas. B. Lice, Emerson 
Cooiidae. Samuel Curtis,. Samuel P. Laug- 
mai i, Henrv R ibiuson, Chas. K. Darling, 
Jacob W. Crosbv, D..R. Sortwell, Samuel 
B. Krogman, E. Buliard, Geo. Ri ssell, 
Orin S. Sanders, David Bigelow, Do - 
tors. Wm. W. Bullock, Secretary. Wm. 
Rogers, Attorney. George B. Parrott, 
Surveyor. 

Officers chosen annually, 3d Wednes lay 
in August. 

SHAW HUT. 

No. 41 Fremont Stkek' 
Samuel B. Krogman, Vreii 
W. C. f ;r;u ; r, r*c-d President 
Era-;, William W. Lou...!:, 

v..,.. f., ., n t?„ ..a... i ., 



Ch 



Samuel Hunt, Jr., James M. Stone, Di- 
?• .'■••. 1 ■ i Wilku s, Sei - t try. Geo, 
13. Parrott, Surveyor. Alfred B. Ely, JJ- 

<oa;< rs chosen annually, 3d 'Thursday 

in February. 



SH02 & LEATHER DEALERS. 
No. 20 State Street. 

Luther Farwell, President. Thomas 
Stacy. Joseph II. Green, Isaiah Goodwin, 
David Chamberlin, Chas. J. k'ox, Luther 
Farwell, Samuel Curtis, Oilman Joslin,, 
Win. V. Thompson, Nathaniel Carr, El- 
bridge' Greei e, Jcei Snow, Directors. 
Horatio Williams, Secretary. 

Officers chosen annually, 3d Monday in 
February. 

ETATS. 
No. 16 Summer. Street. 
Albert J. Wright, President Joshua G. 
Wilhor, Vice Pn sidetit. A. K. Hathaway. 
L. C. Ware, Elisha Kelly, John Favor, 
Hosea B. Rice, John Penniman, A. F\ 
Smith,. Joshua G. Wilbor, John C. Hub- 
bard, Jeremiah Martinj J. Swan, Dexter 
I T. Mills, C. F. Townsend, Ira Russell, 
Geo. W. Snow, F. C. Shepbard, Ansel 
J Lathrop, Directors. Elijah IV. Phinney, 
i Secretary. Wm. Rogers, Attorney. Elijah 
I R. Phinney, Surveyor. 

Officers chosen annually, In January. 

SUFFOLK. 

No. 41 Fremont Street. 
Robert Cowdin, President. Dexter T. 
i Mills, Vice President. George Rowland. 
I Nathaniel Adams, Geo. Hevvs,W. W. Bui- 
i lock, William M. Byrnes. Oliver Libhy. 
J Henry Wyman, William Keith, Directors, 
Levi Wilkins, Secretary. Geo. B. Parrott, 
Surveyor. ' Lorenzo S. Cragin, Jr., Attor- 
ney. 

Officers chosen annually, 1st Thursday 
in June. 

TRE M OUT, 
No. 3 Pioiavix Building, 

Jasper IL York, President. Jonathan 
B. Severance, Vice President. Aaron 
Honk. Charles Goiviac^' Jasper EL York, 
U.1L Salter, E. J. Bl^pham, Geo. Merrill, 
H. Weeks, W. H. Bullock, E. IL R, 
Ruggies, it. II. Carlton, 0. Dolbier, G. 
M.Wood. Ira Litchiield, Directors. Amos 
Cnmiuings, Jr., Secretary. " J.W. Browne, 
Attorney. Geo. B. parrott, Surveyor. 

OrEeers chosen annually, 2dTue»day in 
November. 

UNION. 

No. 41 TiiEMOXT Street. 

Levi Wilkins, President. Wm. H. 
Seavey, Vice President. Wm-. F. Goou- 
win, Jonas Fitch, J. Davenport, Brook - 
line : Orin S. Kn'a-j p, S unuf ill. Bickner. 
A. P. White, Julian 0. Mason, Alverd 
Mason, E. B. Shaw, Directors. William 
x >', Bxiilock, Secretary. Elijah R. Phin- 
uey. Surveyor. William Rogers, Attorney. 

Oiheers chosen annually, 4th Tuesday 
in March. 

UNITED STATES. 



No. 16 SrsniEa 
Mo- es 1 enny, Pres kL nt. C. C.Chnrehill, 
Vice President. Daniel Warren, Trtas. 
.E. J. Jenks., Wilson Murray, Henry Cog- 
gin, Lysander S. Richards," J. W.'Hau-- 
mon i,A. A. Pei.*kham, Josiah EL Prescoti, 
S. S. Mooney, Joseph II. Eiierns, Chas, P. 



LOAN FUND ASSOCIATIONS. 



ur> 



Htrdmsr, Geo. A. Bacon, J. M. "Williams, f 
fibcn Flags, Taos. Hill, Jr., G jorge East- | 
« i ,d, Caleb D. Hunking, Elijah Puffer, i 
Charles B. Lovewell, A. T. Wilkinson, 
Alcx'r Caldwell, S. L. Mead, AV'm. M. | 
Thayer, B. F. Brown, William Whiting, ! 
!. >o! Beals, Jr.. James Downing, Dwight ! 
B. Rich, John N: Brown, Wm. A. Cary, 
It. Clawson Fisk, Directors. Alpheus P. 
!:. ike, Secretary. Wm. Rogers, Attorney. 
John Williams, Surveyor. 
Officers chosen annually, in October. 

WASHINGTON. 

No. 85 State Street. 
KnnwltonS. Chaffee, President. Daniel I 
P. Wise. Vice President. William Hobbs, 
Wm. M. Pray, Frederick H. Henshaw, 
John II. Leighton, Robert L. Robbins, 
Luther Fanvell, Philip H. Sears, Richard l 



W. Henshaw, Edwin Fleming, Charles 
Miller, Moses Clarke, Henry D. Morse, 
John C. Haynes, Directors. E (ward G. 
Stevens, Secretary. Benj. Burlingame, 
Surveyor. William Valentine Thompson, 
Attorney. 

Officers chosen annually, 4th Thursday 
in March. 

WEBSTER. 

No. 81 Washington Street. 

Justin Jones, President. Benjamin 
French, Vice President. Datus E. Poland, 
Wm. B. May, Henry H. Hincklev, Wm. 
M. Byrnes, William Shepard, Geo. E. 
Johnson, Wm. E. Smith, Henry Y. Gilson, 
Edward Kendall, Directors. Lewis Lerdw, 

Sec. - , Surveyor. Alfred B. 

Ely, Attorney. 

Officers chosen annually, 1st Wednes- 
day in April. 



COUKTBY LOAN ¥UNB ASSOCIATIONS, 



Name. 




Zoeationi. 


Cum. 

1853 


President 


Secretary. 


Abington Mutual, 




Abington, 


Lucius Faxon, 


John N. Noyes. 


Attleboroug-hj 


East Attleboro', 


ISoo 


H. N. Daggett, 


11. N. Richards m. 


Berkshire, 




Stockbridge, 


18-34 


John H. Strong, 


Jonathan E. Field. 


Blaekstone Valley, 




Grafton, 


1855 


A. M. Bi.ge.low, 


William F. Slocum. 


Banker Hill, 




Gharlestown, 


1S53 


Saml. S. Willson, 


Thomas Sumner. 


Charts River Mu;ua! 


i 


Water town, 


1853 


Eiias B. Armstrong, 


David T, Huckins. 


Chelsea, 




Chelsea,! 




John Fenno, 


Job:' F. Fenno. 


Citv 




Lawrence, 




William Potter, 


Asa T. Sandborn. 


Foiborough, 




Fox borough, 1 


1854 


Otis Cary, 


J.E. Carpenter. 


H.mr-'Vrs, 




Springfield,, 


1-857 


Daniel Gay, 


C. A. Winchester. 


Haverhill, 




R;:v,V -,;j ; 


1854 


D ■ iel F. Fitts, 


Walter GoodeU. 


Holliston,' 




Holliston, 


1855 


W. L. Pay son. 


Orriii Thomson. 


Hopkinton, 




Hopkinton,! 


1856 


Lee Claflin, 


Geo. A. Warren. 


Jewellers, 




Attleboro',! 


18-55 


E. J. Richards, 


J. M. Trescott. 


Lanesboroughj 


LanesboroughJ 


1355 


Samuel Bliss, 


Wiiiiatn A. Fuller. 


Lawrence., 




Lawrence,] 




Dana Sargent, 


Asa T. Sandborn. 


Lowell, 




Lowell.' 


1853 


John W. Graves, 


J. F. Manahan. 


Lynn, 




Lynn,| 


18-54 


James M. Sargent, 


Valentine Meader. 


Massasoit, 




Springfield, | 


1856 


Erastus Hayes, 


Herman Smith. 


Mechanic's Mutual, 




Worcester, 


1855 


L. L. Mason, 


A. L. Bur bank. 


Med ford, 




Med ford,| 


1854 


James 0. Curtis, 


Sam" T. Thompson. 


Medwav, 




Medway,i 




A.M. B. Fuller, A/yr 




Merrimac, 




Lowell,; 




Caleb Crosby, 


J. F. Manahan. 


Middleborough, 


Middleborough,j 


1854 


Nathan King, 


J. B.Snaw. 


Mill River, 




MilfordJ 


i 3*53 


Elbridge Mann, 


Thomas G. Kent. 


Monument, 




Charlestown.i 


1853 


Wm.S. Freteh, 


Gilbert D. Cooper. 


V wton Mutual 




Newton, 




H. R. Wether- 11, 


Henry Ross. 


North Bridgewater, 


N 


Bridgewater,! 


1S53 


A. B. Wheeler, 


E. South worth, 


Plymouth., 




Plymouth, 




Leandcr Lovell, 


William H. Nelson. 


Quincy, 




Quincy, 


1854 


F. M. Johnson, 


Louis Congdon. 


• K demand Danvcrs, 




Salem, 


1 855 


James Kimball, 


Willi im Archer. 


:■■: ickft, 


E 


Bridgewater, 


1853 


James Bates, 


R. W. Harris. 


8 Mith Alimgton Mutn 




A l >;- £ton,i 


IS 54 


Wm, P.Corthell, 


Samuel Dver. 


South Reading. 


Sv 


luth R ading, 


1854 


Edward Mansfield, 


EI. L. Eaton. 


Springfield; 




Springfield,) 


1854 


G. W. Winchester, 


F. B, Bacon, Siw'i. 


Wa'.tham Mutual, 




Wul'thamJ 


18-54 


J. T. Hemenway, 


L. P. Frost. 


Warren, 




Charicstown,! 


1853 


G. Wash'to Warren, 


Thomas Sumner. 


West f yv.n, • 




Lynn,] 


1854 


T. P. Richardson, 


Warren Ncwhaii. 


VVeym'tfc & Bs&intree, 




Weymouth,] 


1-5'', 


John W. Loud, 


Ellas Richards. 


ft '.u-i-.ingmeu's,. . 




Salem,] 


1*55 


Stephen II. Phillips, 


Sam'l Mackintire. 



10 



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MASSACHUSETTS REGISTER. 



GAS LIGHT COMPANIES, 



F'XiMK and LcraUoTu 


Incorp. 


Capital. 


President. 


Agent or Supt. 


Aitleboro% 


1855 


$50,000 




Henry Reed. 


Boston, 




800,000 


Samuel A. Eliot, 


W. W. Greenough 


Brighton, 


1S53 


50,000 






Brookline, 


1S53 


50.000 


William Bramhall, 


II. A. Bigelow. 


Cambridge, 


1S5J 


125,000 


John H. Blake, 


William Gibson. 


Cfcarlestown, 




132,000 


Peter Hubbell, 


George B. Neal. 


Chelsea, 


1816 


120,000 


Isaac Stebbins, 


John Andrew. 


Clinton, 


1854 


30,000 


Franklin Forbes, 


H. N. Bigelow. 


Dedhana, 


1853 


50,000 


Henry Cormerais, 


A. F. Barton, 


Dorchester, 


1854 


15< ,< i0 


John J. May, 


J. H. Carter. 


Bast Boston, 


1353 


133,000 


Samuel Curtis, . 




Fall River, 


18-1 7" 


35,000 


Richard Borden, 


J. T. Baylies. 


Fitch burg, 


1852 


50,000 


Ivors Phillips, 


H. F. Coggeshall. 


Gloocester, 


1353 


42,000 


Benj. K, Hough, 


J. B. Thomas. 


Great Earrington, 


1855 


5,000 


A. 0. Bus sell, 


L. G. Bobbins. 


Greenfield, 


1S56 


20,000 


Frank Ripley, 


W. F. Davis . 


Haverhill, 


1853 


50,000 


W. R. Whittier, 


J. A. Apnleton. 


Jamaica Plain, 


1S53 


100.0.00 


John C. Pratt, 


Jonas Barnard. 


Law mice, 


18-19 


120.000 


John H. Blake, 


George D. Cabot. 


Lowell, 


1849 


200,1 ■ ) 


J. Wright, 


M. C. Bryant. 


Lynn, 


1853 


200 000 


J. N. Bufrum, 


J. N. Saunderscn. 


Maiden and Melrose, 


1852 


75,000 


G. P. Cox, 


Alfred Odiorne. 


Marbkhead, 


1354 


40.C00 


Qeorge Wilson, 


William O. Turner 


Middleboro*, 




5.000 


J. W. P. Jenks, 


N. Jenks. 


Milford, 


1854 


100.000 


O. Underwood, 


John Bliss. 


Nantucket, 


1854 


36,000 


George W. Macv, 


| 


New Bedford, 


1850 


130.000 


William C. Tabor, 


Gideon V, ood. 


New bur; -port, 


18-50 


80,000 


Rii hard Fowler, 


Francis Curtis, 


Newton and Watertown, 


1854 


88,000 


J. N. Bacon, 




Northampton, 


1853 


50,000 




! J, A. Shepherd. 


North Auleboro', 


1855 


40.000 


II. M. Richards, 


1 


PawtKcket, 


1853 


65,000 


Harvey Chase, * ' 


1 Henry Crowell. 


PittsSeld, 


1853 


40,000 


R. W. Adams, 


I John Faulkner. 


Ply month, 


1853 


10, i0 


William T. Davis, 


i 


Roxbnry, 


135 -1 


80,1 I 9 


J.J, Clarke, 


i T. J. Pishon. 


Salem, 


1850 


125.000 


George Choate. 


I Francis Brown. 


Salisbury and Anaesbury, 




60, 






Soru-jrvuie, 


}$5i 


■ 






.So*«:h Bo stasi, 


18-52 


80,700 


W, T. Andrews, 


1 


iS^ath'l : toe, 


i 1847 


50.000 


James T>: Brewer, 


i George Dwight, 


'I'^uu.n, 


j 1833 


. v i 


Albert Field, 


i Edwin Keith. 


Walthais, 


1853 


40,! 00 


Isaac R. Scott, 


; Samuel E. Locke. 


Ware, 


1853 


. 20 f'OO 


i E. B.Whitman, 


'S.B.WitkerelLZes« 


West Cambridge, 


t 1854 


; solooo 




j 


Wobnra. 


] 1851 


i 22,550 


: Charles Choate, 


j A. Thompson. 


Worcester, 


| 1851 


1 


j George T. Rice, 


| -J ames B. Blake. 



NEWSPAPERS, ETC. 

BARNSTABLE COUNTY. 

Atlantic Messenger, Hyanuis, weekly, Edwin Coooibs, pub., Si. 50 per year. 
Barnstable Patriot, Barnstable, weekly, 8>. li. Phinney, pub., $2 per year. 
Gape Cod Advocate, Sandwich, weekly, Pinkbam & Bowman, pub., $1.50 pr. yr- 
Yarmouth Begister, i r armoutb Port, weekly, Charles F. Swift, pub., 82 per year 
ProvinccvGwn Banner, Provineetov d, J. YV . Emery, editor, S2 per year. 

BHRKSHIRE COUNTY, 
Adams Transcript North Adams, weekly, AY, S. George, pub., $1.50 per year. 
Berkshire County Eagle, Pittsneicl, weekly-, Henry Ckickering, pub., $1.50 pr. y 
Berkshire Courier, Great Banington, J. I). Cushing, publisher, &1.50 per year. 
(JuUurist & Gazette, Pittsfield, Reed, Hull & Peirson, pub., Si per year. 



NEWSPAPERS, ETC. J 47 

Hoosae Valley New?, North Adams, Clark & Phillips, weekly, SI. 25 per year. 
Putsfield Sun, weekly, Phiheas Allen & Son, publishers, $ 2 per year. 
Valley Gleaner, Lee, French k Royce, weekly SI. 25, per year. 
Williams Quarterly, published by Students of Williams College. 

BRISTOL COUNTY. 
American Republican, Taunton, weekly, J. W. D. Hall, pub., §2 per year. 
Bristol County Telegram, Ezra Davol, weekly, SI. 75. 
Daily Evening Standard, New Bedford, E. Anthony, pub., S4 per year. 
D mv Mercury, New Bedford, Benjamin Lindsey, publisher, S5 per year. 
Fall River Monitor, weekly, Henry Pratt, publisher. $2 per year. 
Fall River News, weekly, Alxny & Milne, publishers, S2 per year. 
Gazette and Chronicle, Pawtueket, Robert Sherman, S2 per year. 
Mireury, New Bedford, semi-weekly, B. Lindsey, pub., s:? per year. 
New Bedford Mercury, weekly, B. Lindsey, publisher, §2.50 per year. 
New Bedford Times, weekly. J. Frazer. 

North Attleborough Bulletin, James M. Stewart, pub., weekly, SI. 50 t er yearr. 
Republican Standard, New Bedford, weekly, E. Anthony, pub., Sl.50 per } ear 
Taunton Daily Gazette, Ide & King, publishers, $3 per year. 
Taunton Democrat, weekly, A. M. Ide, Jr., editor & proprietor, Sl.50 pr. vr. 
Whaleman's Shipping List, N. Bedford, w'kiy, Benj. Lindsey, pub., Sl.50 pr. > r. 

BUSES COUNTY, 
Vineyard Gazette, Edgarto'wn, weekly, E. Marehant, publisher, Si per year. 

Jb & iC; iu 2L L» U y IS 1 i: . 

Ar.dover Advertiser, weekly, Warren F. Draper, publisher. Si per year. 

Bay State, Lynn, weekly, J. Sprague & Co., publishers, S2 per year. 

Beverly Citizen, S. P. IV own. 

Bibliotheea Sacra, Andover,. quarterly, Warren F. Draper, S4 per year. 

Cape Ann Light, Gloucester, weekly, John S. E. Rogers, publisher,. §2 per yr. 

Cape Ann Advertiser, Gloucester, Proctor Bros., pub., weekly, Sl.50 per year. 

Daily Herald, Newburvport, Wm. H. Huse & Co., publishers, S4 per year. 

Essex Banner, Haverhill, weekly, E. II. SafFord, editor and prop., S2 per ye*r. 

Salem Mercury, Salem, w'kly, Caleb Foote & N. A. Horton, pub., Sl.50 pr. yr. 

Haverhill Gazette, E. G. Frochin<jhaui, pub. and proprietor, weekly, S2 pr. \ r. 

Herald of Gospel Liberty, Newburvport, w'kly, B. F. Carter, pub. agent, 

Lawrence American, weekly, Sargent & Merrill, pub., Sl.50 per year. 

Lawrence Courier, J. F. C. Hayes, pub., weekly, SI (in advance) per year. f 

Lawrence Sentinel/weekly, B. F. Watson, proprietor, Sri.nO per year. 

;.;p: N.'.vs, Weekly, J. F. HEimbjl! n litor and proprietor, S- per year. 

Lynn Wt-ekly Reporter, W. J. Black, edito--, II. S. Cos, publisher., S2 per year. 

NeAvburyport Herald, semi-weekly, Win. II. Huse & Co., pub., S3.50 per year. 

Salem Advocate, Salem and Marblehead, weekly, B. W. Lander, pub., $1.50 

per year. 
Salem Gazette, semi-weekly, Caleb Foote & N. A. Horton. pub., S3.50.pr. year. 
Salens Observer, weekly, Wm. Ives & Geo. W. Pease, publishers, §2 per year 
Salem Register, semi-weekly, Chapman & Palfray,pub. and pro., S4 per year. 
Telegraph & News, Gloucester ,semi- wee, klv, John S. E. Rogers, pub. S3 per. yr. 
Villager, Salisbury Mills, weekly, W. II. B. Currier, pub., Sl.50 per year. 

FRANKLIN COUNTY. 
Franklin Democrat, Greenfield, w'kly, II. D. Miiiek & Co., pubs., Sl.50 pr. yr. 
Gazetteand Courier, Greenfield, w'kiy. S. S. Eastman & Co., pub. SI o0 per yr. 

HAMPDFN COUNTY, 
Chicopee Weekly Journal, Cuioopee, W. G. Brown, I. C. Havens, editors a»(3 

publishers, Sl.50 per year. 
Holyoke Mirror, weekly, Myron C. Pratt, publisher. S2 j)cr year. 
i^mer Journal, Palmer Depot, weekly, Gordon M. Fisk & B. F. Gofi*. pub-, 

Sl.50 per year. 
Springfield Republican, Samuel Bowle3 & Co., pub., daily, So per year; 

weekly, Sl.50. 
Westiield News-Letter,weeklv, P. L. BucU & Id. N. Carter, pub., S2 per year. 

HAMPSHIRE COUN-TY. 
Hampshire and Franklin Express, Amherst, weekly, John II. Brewster. edilo.: 

and publisher, $2 per year. 



14.8 MASSACHUSETTS REGISTER. 

Hampshire Gazette, Northampton, w'klv, Trumbull & Gere, pub., 52 per year 
War- Standard, Ware, weekly, by G. M. Fisk & B F. Goff, $1.25 per year. 

MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 
Bunker 1 1 1 II Aurora, Cbarlestown, weekly* \Y. W. Wheildon, pub., $2.50 p.y. 
Cambridge Chronicle, weekly, John D. Baldwin, publisher, $2 per year. 
Charleatown City Advertiser, semi-weekly, Win. H. DeCosta, pub., S2 pr. yr. 
Harvard Magazine, Cambridge, published by Students of Harvard College, 

monthly, $2 per year. 
Lowell Advertiser, daily, Fisher A. Hildreth & Charles Hunt, pub., S3 per year. 
Lowell Daily Journal and Courier, S. 2s. Merrill, publisher, So per year ; 

weekly, do., §2. 
Lowell Daily Citizen & News, Leo. Brown & Geo. F, Morey, pub., $4 pr. year. 
Lowell Patriot and Republican. Hildreth & Hunt, publishers. Si. 50 per year. 
Middlesex Freeman, Concord, Fisher A. Hildreth, proprietor ; Hunt & Hildreth, 

Lowell, publishers ; weekly, S2 per year. 
Middlesex Journal, Woburn, John J. Pippy, publisher, weekly, $2 per year. 
Nadck Observer, G. "W. Rider ^Sc Co.. publishers. 
Railroad Mercury, weekly. Brown Brothers, publishers, George H. Brown, 

editor, Groton Junction. 
South Reading Gazette, William H. Hutchinson, weekly, $2.. 
Vox Populi, Lowell, weekly, S. W. Huse & Co., publishers, S2 per year. 
Waltfaam SentineL, weekly, J, Hastings, publisher, Si. 50 per year. 
Weekly American Ciirzen, Lowell, Leo, Brown & G. F. Morey, pub. & pro., $2. 
AVolurn Budget, 11. N. Hastings, publisher, weekly, SI per year. 

NANTUCKET COUNTY. 
Nantucket Inquirer. Alex. P. Moore, pub. semi- weekly, S3; w'kly, 31.50 per yr. 
Nantucket Weekly Mirror, Hussey & Robinson, editors & publishers, $2 pr yr. 

NOFvFOIxK COUNTY. 

Dedbara Gazette, weekly, Henry O. Hildreth, publisher, S2 per year. 
Norfolk County Journal, Roxbury, L. B. & O. E. Weston, publishers, James 

Ritchie, editor and proprietor; weekly, 62.00. 
Quiney Patriot, weekly, John A. Green, publisher, $2 per year. 
Randolph Transcript, , v '. P. Brown, publisher. 
West Roxbury Gazette, J. Bur rill ;<: Co.. pubs., L.M. Snell, editor, weekly, 2$. 

PLYMOUTH COUNTY. 

Afcington Standard snd Plymouth County Advertiser, weekly, Chas. G. Eastev- 

bruuk. 82 per } >':*. r - 
Hinuhai \ Journal, weekly, Pd'D'ss'am & Easferb'rook, publishers, $2 per year. 
Middieboro 5 Gazette, weekly, Sttllman Pratt, publisher, §1.50 per year. 
North Bridgewater Gazette, N. Bridge water, wkly., Geo. Phinney, 82 per year. 
01 i Colon} Memorial, Plymouth, weekly, John Morrissey, pub., $2 per year. 
Plymouth Rock, Plymouth, weekly, Moses Pates, Jr., publisher, £2 per year. 

SUFFOLK COUNTY. 
Boston. 

Advent Herald, Rev. J. V. Himes, 46| Kneeland, weekly, $2 per year. 

A ivcrtiser. N. Kale and Chas. Hale, Old State House, State, daily, SS ; semi- 
weekly, S4 per year. 

Advertiser of the North, M. Hoffman, 24 Congress, weekly, S3 per yr. German. 

Advocate of Peace, George C. Beckwith, 21 Cornnill, monthly, 50 cents pr. yr. 

Albmy Cultivator, Joseph Brock & Son, 51 & 52 N. Market, 50 cents per yr. 

American and Foreign Christian Union, Rev. B. Dickinson, D. D., Congre- 
gational building, Chauncy. monthly, Si per year. 

American Homoeopathic Review, Q. Chpp, 3 Beacon, monthly $3 per year. 

American Journal of Education, das. Robinson & Co., Ill' Washington, quar 
terly, S8 per year. 

American Messenger, American Tract Society, monthly, 2S Cornhili, 25 e. p.y. 

American Phrenological Journal, Fowler, Wells & Co., 142 "Washington, 
monthly, 51 per year. 

American liailway Times, John x\. Haven, 12 Water, weekly, §3 per year, 

American Union, Graves& Weston, 100 Washington, weekly, $2 per year. 

American Veterinary Journal, G. H. Dadd, editor and publisher, 4G Salem, 
monthly, $1 per year. 



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American rischer Botschafter (the American Messenger, printed in German), 

American Tract Society, 28 Cornhill, 25 cts. per year. 
Atlas and Daily Eee, Bee Printing? Company, 7 State, daily, $6. 
Ballou's Dollar Monthly Magazine, M. M. Ballou, 22 Winter, monthly, 

SI per year. 
Ballou's Pictorial Drawtng-Room Companion, Maturin M. Ballou, 22 Winter, 

■weekly, §2.50 per year. 
Banner of Light, Colby, Forster & Co., oh Brattle, weekly, ?2 per year. 
Boston Almanac, Damrell & Moore and Geo. Coolidge, 16 Devonshire, annually, 

January, 25 cents. 
Boston City Reporter, D. J. Field & Co., basement Old State House, weekly, 

50 cents per year. 
Boston Daily Ledger, Lawrence. Thompson & Co., 13 State, daily, one cent 

each, S3 per year. 
Boston Directory, Adams, Sampson & Co. 91 Washington, annually, July, SI. 50. 
Boston Family Visitor, Hamlet & Lingham, monthly, 33 School, Si per year. 
Boston Recorder, Moore, Munroe & Co., 22 School, weekly, $2 per year. Or- 
thodox. 
Boston Statesman and Weekly Post, Beak, Greene & Co., 42 Congress, $2 per 

annum. 
British Journal of Homoeopathy, Otis Clapp, 3 Beacon, quarterly, S3 rer year. 
Child's Paper, American Trait Society, 28 Cornhill, 10 cents per year. 
Christian Era, A. Webster, 20 Tremont Temple, weeklv, $1.50 per year. 
Christian Examiner, Rev. F. H. Hedge, D. D., and Rev. E. E. H.ale, editors, 

21 Bromfield, bi-monthly, Si per year. 
Christian Freeman & Family Visitor, Rev. Sylvanus Cobb, 45 Cornhill, weekly, 

$2 per year. 
Christian Register, David Reed, 22 School, weekly, §2.50 per year. Unitarian. 
Christian Watchman and Reflector, Upbam, Ford & Olmstead, 22 School, 

weekly, S2 per year. Baptist. 
Christian Witness and Church Advocate, Rev. Thos. F. Fales, editor, James 

B. Dow, publisher, 94 Tremont, S2 per year. Episcopal. 
Commercial Bulletin, Curtis Guild, 83 State, weekly, S3 per year. 
Congregationalism Galen James & Co., 1.20 Wash., weekly, S2 pr. yr. Orthodox. 
Courier, Clark, Fellows & Co., basement of the Old State House, State, daily, 

$3; semi-weekly, $4 ; weekly, SI. 50 per year. 
Cultivator, Otis Brewer.. 43 Commercial, weekly, 82 per year. Agricultural. 
Dollar Weekly, X. F. Bryant, 3 Winter, weekly. Si per year. 
IJwijiht's Journal of Mo^ie. O. Difsoa & Co., 27; Waskin.gtoxi,weekIv, S2 p. vr. 
East Boston Ledger, Tyler' & iJianchard, Wirvthrop hi'k, weekly, S'2 'per year. 
Emblem, an Odd Fellow's Magazine, Chas. D. Cole, 223 Wash., in'ah , S2 pr. yr. 
Evening Gazette, W. W. Clapp, Jr., 25 Franklin, weekly, Saturday eve., S3 

per year. Literary. 
Express Pathfinder, George K. Snow, 22 Court, quarterly, 10 cents each. 
Firemen's Advocate, E. A. Norris, 96 Court, weekly, S2 yer year. 
Flag of our Union, Maturin M. Ballou, 22 Winter, weekly, S2 per year. 
Forrester's* Piaymate and Monthly Instructor, Wm. Guild & Co., 133 Wash., 

monthly, SI per year. 
Freemason's Monthly Magazine, Charles W. Moore, 21 School, S2 per year. 
Friend of Virtue, published by the N, E. Female Moral Reform Society, 9 Bed- 
ford street, semi-monthly, Si per^ ear. 
Fruits of America, C. M. Hovey, 1 Merchants row, bi-monthly, So per year. 
Good Stews, J. P. Magee, 5 Cornhill, monthly, 10 cts per year. 
G ^v.vrd's Ileal Estate Register, Watson Go ward, 01 Wash, weekly, $2 per year. 
Guide to Holiness, Henry V. Degen, editor, 21 Cornhill, monthly, SI peryear. 
Happy Home and Parlor Magazine, C. Stone, 11 Cornhill, monthly, $2 pr. yr. 
Herald, E. C. Bailey, 103 Washington, daily, S'-.i per year. 
Horticulturist, J. Breek & Son, 51 North Market, monthly, $2 ; colored edition, 

So per year. 
Household Monthly, N. F. Bryant, 3 Winter, monthly, S3 per year. 
Indian Arcana, Indian Mtdieal Institute. 30 Bromheld, monthly, 25 cent.-'. 
investigator, Horace Seaver and J. P. Mendunu, 45 Cornhill, weekly, S2 per 

year: Infidel. 
Irish Miscellany, Thos. O'Neill, 16 Franklin, illustrated, S2 per year. 
Journal, Chas. O. Rogers, 12 State, daily, S3 ; semi-weekly, $3 j wkly, S2 per yr 



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Journal for California, C. O. Rogers, 12 State, semi-monthly, 6 cents per copy. 
Journal of Missions, and Youth's Day-Spring, 33 Pemberton sq., monthly, 25 cts. 

per j ear; 8 copies to one address, SI. 
Juveiule Almanac, Damrell & Moore and George Coolidge, 16 Devonshire, 

annually, January, 12 cents. 
Ladies' Almanac, Damrell & Moore and Geo. Coolidge, 16 Devonshire, an- 

nually, January, 25 cts. 
Ladies' Companion, 156 Washington, monthly, $1 per year. 
Ladies' Repository, A. Tompkins, Mrs. E. A. Bacon, editor, 38 Cornhill, month- 
ly, S2 per year. 
Ladies' Repository, J. P. Magee, 5 Cornhill, monthly, $2 per year. 
Law Reporter, John Lowell Sc Sam'l M. Quincy, editors, Crosby, Nicjbols& Co., 

117 Washington, monthly, .§3 per year. 
Leisure Hour, 15G .Washington, monthly, SI. 50 per year. 
Liberator. William Lloyd Garrison, 21 Cornhill, weekly, $2.50 per year. 
Life Illustrated, Fowler & Wells, 142 Washington, weekly, $2 per year. 
Line of Battle Ship, F. Gleason, Tremont, c. Bromfield, weekly, $2 per year. 
Living Age, Littell, Son & Co., Bromfield, cor. Tremont, weekly, S>6 per \ ear. 
Macedonian, American Baptist Missionary Union, Rev. J. G. Warren, editor, 

33 Somerset, monthly. Baptist. 
Magazine ofHortieulture, C.'M. Hovey, ed., 7 Merchants tow, monthly, S2pr. yr. 
Massachusetts Ploughman, W. & W.J. Buckminster, 51 and 52 North Market, 

weekly, S2 per year. 
Massachusetts Register, Adams, Sampson k Co., 91 Washington, annually, 

February, Si. 25. 
Massachusetts Teacher, Massachusetts Teachers' Association, 10 Congregational 

building. Chauney, monthly, Si. 
Medical and Surgical journal, D.rs. W. W, Morland and F. Minot, editors, 

Franklin, corner Washington, weekly and monthly, S3 per year. 
Merchants' and Manufacturers' Magazine, Hamlet & Lingbam, 33 School, 

monthly, Si per year. 
Methodist Quarterly Review, J. p. Magee, 5 Cornhill, $2 per year. 
Missionary Advocate, J. P. Magee, 5 Cornhill, monthly, 25 cents per year. 
Missionary Herald, published at 33 Petnberton square, mont 1 ly, SI per year 

A. Darant, general agent 
Missionary Magazme, Rev. J. G. Warren, editor, 33 Somerset, m'hly,Si per 

year. Baptist. 
Monthly Religious Magazine and Independent Journal, Rev. Edmund H. 
Sears and Rev. Kufus Eliis, editors, and L. G. Bowles, publisher, 110 
Washington, monthly, S3 per year. 
Mothers' Assistant, C. Srone, II Cornhill, monthly, SI per year. 
Myrtle, J. it. Usher, 37 Cornhill, semi-monthly, 50 cents per year. Juvenile. 
National Magazit e, J, P. Mdgee, 5 Cornhill, monthly, S2 per year. 
New Church Magazine, for children, G. Phinney, 19 Winter, monthly, SI pr. yr. 
New England Business Directory, Adams, Sampson & Co., 91 Washington, 

price S3. 
N. E. Historical and Genealogical Register, S. G. Drake, 13 Bromfield, quar- 
terly, S2 per year. 
N, E. Farmer, Joel bourse, 34 MerebaTifcs row, weekly, $2 per" year. Indep. 
N. E. Fanner, Joel Nonrse, 34 Merchants -row, monthly, $1 per year. Agricul. 
New Jerusalem Magazine, G. Phinney, li> Winter, monthly, S2 per year. 

Swede nborgian. 
North American Journal of Homoeopathy, O. Clapp, agent, 8 Beacon, quar- 

North American Review, A. P. Peabody, editor, Crosby, Nichols & Co., pub- 
lishers, 117 Washington, quarterly, S5 per year. 

Olive Branch, Henry t!pham& Co., publishers, 20 Wash., weekly, S2 per year. 

Pathfinder Railway Guide, George K. Snow, 22 Court, monthly, 6 cents each. 

Pilot, Patrick Donahoe, 23 FrankMu, weekly, S2.50 per year. Roman Catholic: 

Po>r, Beals, Greene & Co., 42 C< ngress, daily, S3 per year. 

Press and Post, Seals, Greene & Co., 42 Congress, semi-weekly, $4 per year. 

Prisoner's Friend, Rev. C. Spear, 22 La Grange place, quarterly, §2 per year. 
Criminal 1! form. 

Quarterly Journal, American Unitarian Association, 21 Bromfield, Sl per year. 

Real Estate Advertiser, E. S. Farnsworth, 33 School, weekly, SI per year. 



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Saturday Evening Express, Jones and Parker, 2 Water, weekly, $2 per year. 
Shipping List, Learned, Torapson & Co., 43 Comm'l, semi-weekly, 83 per year. 
.Shoe arni Leather Reporter, I). J. Field and Co., basement Old State House, 

weekly, 82 per year. 
Spiritual Age, Newton & Brittan, 14 BromfrY Id, weekly, $2 per year. 
Student and Schoolmate, James Robinson & Co., 115 Wash., monthly, SI. pr.yr. 
Sunday School Advocate, J. P. Magee, 5 Cornhill, semi-monthly, 25 cents pr. yr. 
Sunday School Gazette, Henry Hoyt, 9 Cornhill, monthly, ten copies, SI. 
Sunday School Times, Henry Hoyt, 9 Cornhill, weekly, SI per year. 
Swedenborgian, monthly, Otis Ciapp, agent, 3 Beacon, 82 per year. 
Temperance Visitor, Adams, Weston & Co., 91 Wash., weekly, SI. 50 per year. 
Tha Homneopnth, Otis C'app, 3 Beacon, semi-monthly, $1 per year. 
The Sea, Hamlet & Lingham, 33 School, semi-monthly, SI per year. 
Transcript, Dan'l N. Haskell, ed., Henry W Button & Son, proprietors, 33 and 

35 Congress, S5 per year, weekly, Si. 50 per year. 
Transcript for California, H. W. Dutton & Son, 35 Congress, semi-monthly, 

6 cents per copy. 
Traveller, Worthington, Flanders & Co , Traveller Buildings, 31 State, 

daily evening, $6 ; semi-weekly, S3 ; weekly, 82 per year. 
True Flag. Moulton, Elliott & Lincoln, 22 School, w'kly, S2 pr. yr. Literary. 
Trumpet and UmVersalist Magazine, Rev. Thomas Whittemore, 37 Cornhill, 

weekly, S2 per year. 
United States Temperance Almanac, Thomas Adams & George Coolidge, 

91 Washington, 12 certs. 
Universalist Quarterly, A. Tompkins, 3S Cornhill, Rev. G. II. Emerson, 

editor, 82 per year. 
Water Cure Journal, Fowler & Wells, 142 Washington, monthly, $1 per year. , 
Waverley Magazine, Moses A. Dow, 5 Lindall, weekly, 82 per year. 
Weekly Atlas & Bee, Bee Priming Co-, 7 State, weekly. S2 per year. 
Weekly Messenger, Nathan Hale and Charles ' I iale. Old State House, State. 

weekly, S:. ; per year. 
Weekly Novelette, M* M, Ballon, 22 Winter, Si. 50 per year. 
Well Soring, Rev. Asa Bullard, editor, 13 Cornhill, weekly, 35 cents per year. 
World's Crisis, published by a committee, 167 Hanover, ii. Gram, editor, 

weekly, 82 per year. 
Yankee Privateer, J. Jones, 2 Water, weekly, 82 per year. Nautical. 
Young Reaper, Am. Bap. Pub. So., 79 Cornhill, monthly, 25 cents per year. 
Youth's Casket and Playmate, W. Guild & Co., 15G Washington, monthly, Si 

per vear. 
Youth's Companion, Oknstead & Co., 22 School, weekly, S? per year. 
Youth's Guide, Rev. J. V. Himes, 4iiA Kneeland, monthly, 25 cents per year. 
Zion's Herald and Wesleyan Journal, E. O. Haven, editor, Franklin Rand, 

Agent, S6 Wash., weekly, 81.50 per year. 

Chelsea. 

Chelsea Herald, W. E. P. & W. A. Haskell, editors, weekly, 81 per year. 
Chelsea Telegraph and Pioneer, Henry Mason, ed. and pub., weekly, 82 pr. yr. 

WORCESTER COUKTY. 

Barre Gazette, Nahnm F. Bryant, publisher, weekly, 81.50 per year. 
iEzis & Transcript, Win. R- Hooper, publisher, weekly, 81-50 per year. 
Fitehbtrrg Reveille, John J- Piper, editor and pro., semi-weekly, 82.50 per yr. 
Fitehburg Sentinel, E. ic J. F. 1). Garfield, publishers, weekly, 81.50 per year. 
Massachusetts Spy, Worcester, Foss 6c Farnum, weekly, 82 per year. 
MikV.rd Journal, B. Wood, weekly, 82 per year. 

Practical Christian, Miltbrd, bi-weekly/Rev. A. Ballon, ed.and p r op., SI pr. yr. 
Saturday Courani, Clinton; E. Ballard, publisher, weekly, 81.25 per year. 
S.tfurda'y Morninj Na-ws, SmUHbrutee, Chas. L. Narwhal! & Co. publishers. 
Webster Journal, Webster, E. A. Denny, weekly, Si. 25 per year. 
Weekly Bay State, Worcester, T. Vv r . Caldwell, nub., 81.25 per year. 
Worcester Daily Soy, Foss & Farnum, publishers. S~> per year. 
Worcester Daily Transcript, VYm. R. Hooper, pub., 84 per year. 
Worcester Palladium, John S. C. Knowlton, publisher, weekly, 82 per year. 



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POST OFFICES AND POSTMASTERS 



IN MASSACHUSETTS. 



{Corrected from the books of the Post Office Department, Jan. 1, 1S59, by Chauncey 
Smith, Esq., Corresponding Bond and Hey inter Clerk.) 



Abington, Bela Smith 

East Abington, Daniel Blanchard 
North. •' Harvey H. Cloud 

South " Cyrus A. Dyer 

Acton, Henry Robinson 

South Acton, Win. It Shattuck 
West " Charles Kobinson 

Adan-s, Daniel Jenks, 2d. 

North Adams, Abel Wetherbee 
Blaekinton, John R. Blackinton 

Adanisville, see Coieraine 

Agawam, Lyman Whitman 
Feeding Hills, Enoch Leonard 

Alford, Eiihu Church 

Amesbury, David Bagley 

South Amesbury, Patten Sargent 
West Amesbury, J. W. M. Hunt 

Amherst, Seth Nims 

North Amherst, Wm.H. Eobinson 
South ** S, M. Wright 

Andover, Hobart Clark 
Ballard \ ale, I. 0. Blunt 

Annisquara, see Gloucester 

Ashbumham, Charles Winchester 
Ashbumham Depot, Lewis Howard 

Ashby, Abratn White 

Ashtieid, Bichard Cook 

Ashland, James H. Jones 

Ashley Falls, see Sheffield 

Ashlevville, see West Springfield 

Assabet, ses Sudbury 

Athol, Samuel Lee 

M Depot, S. E. Twitchell 

Attleboro', Lyman W. Dean 
North Attleboro', J. D. Kichards 
South " J. S. Day 

-Auburn, E. XI. Knowles 

Aubumdale, see Newton 

Baldwinsville, see Tcmpieton 

Bald Huh see Franklin 

Ballard Vale, see Andover 

Bancroft, see Middieiicld 

Bankable, Elijah Lewis, 2d 

W. Bar'ble, Shadraeh N. Howiand 
Hyannis, Geo. L. Thaeher 
Hatchvilie, biias Hatch, 2d 
Coiuit Port, Randall Keiiey 
M&rston's Mills, Charles Basset 
Centetville, Ferdinand G. Kelley 
Odterville, Erastua S judder 

Barre, UhaHes Brimbleeorn 
,s Plains, Edward Denny 

Becket, Mrs. Semanthe Clark 
North Becket, Henry A. Bidwell 
West « Kendall Baird 

Bedford, Uenvy A. Gleason 

Belcht-rtown, Phineas S. Bridgman 



Bellingham, Ellery Thayer 
No. Bellingham, E. J. Adams 

Belmont, see West Cambridge 

Berkley. Daniel S. Briggs 

Berkshire, see Lanesboro' 

Berlin, R. S. Hayings 

Bernardston, Daniel W. Temple 

Beverly, Gilbert T. Hawes 

North Beverly, Elijah E. Siimmus 
Beverly Farms, Josiah Obear 

Bilierica, Win. Blanchard 

North Bilierica, James Faulkner 

Blackinton, see Adams 

Blackstone, Darius Bennett 
North Biackstone, E. N. Paine 
Miilville, Wiilard Wilson 

Blandford, David Shurtieff 
North Blandford, Edwin Ely 

Bolton, Joshua E. Sawyer 

Bond's Village, see Palmer 

Boston, Nahum Capen 

East Boston, Samuel C. Alien 

Boxboro', Oliver Wetherbee 

Boxford, Osgood Dale, Jr. 

West Boxford, Leonard W. Bodwell 

Boylston, Levi Holbrook 

" Centre, Henry White 

Bradford, William Tenney 

Braggville, see HolHston 

Bramtree, Lemuel B. Perry 

South Bramtree, Elisha Thayer 

Brewster, Jeremiah Mayo 

West Brewster, Rodolphus McLoud 
East " Mrs. C. S. Norway 

Bcidgewatc-r, La Payette Keith 
Scotland, George Chip man 

Brighton, Timothy Monroe 

Bnmlieid, Nathan F. Bobinson 
East Brimheld, Erastus Lumbard 

Brouklield, Alexander Biigham 

■ Flast Brook held, B. B. Adams 

Brookline, John MeCormack 

Bimkland, A. W. Ward 

Burlington, Silas Cutler [W. Burrage 

Burrageville, (Worcester Co.) Cnarles 

Byheld, see Newbury 

Carnbridge, William Caldwell 
East Cambridge, Andrew Fos;g 
y>,xzh « w J. B. Nason 
Cambridgeport, Samuel James 
Mount Auburn, Joseph Bird 

CampeBo, see North Bridgewater 

Cmiton, William \V. Brooks 

Carlisle, Geo. \V. Green 

Carver, Darnel Shaw 

North Carver, Wm. S. Savery 
South " T. B. Giirhlh 



POST OFFICES AND POSTMASTERS. 



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Centerville, see Barnstable 
Charlemont, A. L. Tyler 

East Chariemont, Horace Weils 

Zo iv, Henry M. Liverinore 
Chiii'l' a River Village, see Needfaam 
Charles-town'* Charles B. Rogers 
Charlton, A. E. Fiske 

Chariton Depot, Daniel S, Hall 
Chatham, Jordan Mayo 

North Chatham, Thatcher Ryder 

West " Daniel Howes 

Chelmsford, Asa Hill 

North Chelmsford, J. H. Smith 

West " Christopher Roby 

Middlesex Village, John E. Chase 
Chelsea, Gideon \V, Young 
Cheshire, R. C, Brown 
Chester, T. K DeWolf 

North Chester, Jonas Parmenter 

Chester Factories, C. W. Knox 
Chesterrield, Oliver Edwards, Jr. 
Chieopee, Wm, W. Johnson 

Fails, Edgar T. Paige 

Willimansett, Closson Pendleton 
Chilmark, Tristram Alien 
Chiltonvilie, see Plymouth 
Clappville, see Leicester 
Ciiftondale, see Saugus 
Clinton, John T. Dame 
Coehesett, see West Bridgewater 
Cochituate, see Wayland 
Cohasset, Zenas Stoddard 

North Cohasset, Solomon J. Bead 
Cold Brook, see Oakham 
Cold Spring, Alonzo Waterman 
Coleraine, Calvin W. Shattuck 

Adamsville, John Wilson 
Collias's Depot, see Wiibraham 
Concord, Charles B. Davis 
Conway, T. S. Dickinson 
Cordaviiie, see South-boro* 
Cot u it Port, see Barnstable 
Cuuimington, Wm. Swan [Nelson 

Cummiiigton 'West Village, J. D. 
Curtisville, see Stockbridge 
Dalton, T. G. Carson 
I 'ana, Nathaniel L. Johnson 

North Dana, George T. Johnson 
Danvers, Levi Merrill 

Danvers, Centre, Henry Prentiss 

Ban vers port, David Mead 
Dartmouth, Charles Tucker 

North Dartmouth, John Cummings 

South Dartmouth, Jireh Sherman 
Bed ham, William B. Tower 

West i Von am, Theo. Gay, 2d 

South Dedham, Mark Guild 
y -\ ■ til, < harles Williams 

South Deeriietd, William D. Bates 
Dennis, Obed Howes 

South Dennis, Watson Baker 

East Dennis, Lothrop Howes, Jr. 

W ? t Dpnnis, Salmon Crow-ell, Jr. 
!i - ;htcn, SVta. B. Whitmarsh 

North Drghion, George F. Gavitt 
•Borches.ter, Robert Vose 

Harr, So., isadc Field 

>!-■!;■::!, G. L. Fisher 

N'eponset VilL, Jabez itowiand 
Borer, Ralph Sanger 



Douglas, David Holman 

East Douglas, Asa Thayer 
Dracut, Simeon Flint 
Dudley, Moses Barnes 
Dunstable, S. T. Spaulding 
Duxbury, Ichabod Alden 

West Duxbury, George B. Standish 
East Bridgewater, H. O. A. Orr 
East Brimheld, see Brimrieid 
Eastham, George Seabury 

North Eastham, David C. Atwood 
Easthampton, Ebenezer Ferry 
Easton, Thomas F. Davidson 

North Easton, David L. Pratt 

South Easton, Horatio Copeland 
Ed^artown, Silvanus L. Pease 
Egremont, South, William O'Connell 

North Egremont, G. W. Lester 
Enfield, John G. Merriam 
Erving, Joseph Rankin 
Essex, Albert F. Low 
Fairhaven, Joseph Cutler 

North Fairhaven, Cyrus E. Clark 

Long Plain, Charles F. Thatcher 
Fairmount, see Milton 
Fall River, Ebenezer Slocuni 
Falmouth, Frederick Davis 

East Falmouth, Elnathan Baker 

North Falmouth, Ferdinand G. Nye 

West Falmouth, Silas J. Eidied 

Woods Hole, Owen Eldndge 

Waquoit, Asa Phinney 
Farnumsville, see Grafton 
Feeding Hills, see Agawam 
Feltonville, see Marlboro' 
Fiskdale, see Sturbridge 
Fitchburg, Joseph W, Mansur 

West Fitchburg, Harrington Sibley 
Florence, see Northampton 
Florida, Nathan White 

Boosae Tunnel, Bernard N. Barren 
j Forge Village, see Wtstibrd 
Foxboro', EliPhelos 

East Foxbbrb', Joseph Kingsbury 

West Foxboro', Henry Hobart 
Framingham, John Clark 

Sou^h Framingham, \Viliurd Howe 

Saxonville, Samuel P. Griihn 
Franklin, Smith Fisher 

City, SaulB. Scott 

South Franklin., Jos. H. Wadswotth 

Bald Hill, Eiias Cook 
Freetown, Joshua Shove 

East Freetown, Reuel Washburn 
Gardner, Levi Heywood 

So. Gardner, Simeon W. A. Stevens 
Georgetown, Jeremiah P. Jones 
Gill, Josiah D. Canning 
Glendale, see Stonehaui 
Globe Village, William L Keith 
Gloucester, John W. Wonson 

Annisquam, W. W. Chard 

Lanesvilie, Levi Dennen 

West Gloucester, Theophii's Herrick 
Pigeon Cove, Austin W. Story 
Goshen, Joseph Hawkes 
Grafton, Silas A. Pierce 

Furnumsvilie, Alfred Morse 

New England Village, Robert W r 
Flags 



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Sauadersvillc, G. C. Taft 
Granny, Pkilo Chapin 
GfarttteviUe, see V* estford 

Granville, rn Post Office of this numc. 
East Granville, Carlos Gibbons 
West Granville, S. S. Marks 
Grantvilie, see Needham 
Grcat.Barrington, Samuel B. Sumner 
Housatonie, John M. Seeley 
Vandeusenville, John H. Coffing 
Greenfield, David N. Carpenter 
Greenwich, James Hanks 

Greenwich Village, Ira Haskell 
Greenwood, see South Heading 
Groton, Theodore Andrus3 
South Groton, H. A. Wood 
West Groton, A. Archibald 
Grout's Corner, see Montague 
Groyeland, Nathaniel Ladd 

South Groveland, Jacob W. E,eed 
Hadley, E. II. Seymour 

North Hadley, Simon F. Cooler 
Halifax, Eiiab Pool 
Hamilton, George Appleton 
liar-cock, Hdrana S. Smith 
Hanover, Stephen Josselyn 
Hanson, Cyrus Drew 

South Hanson, Barak Osborn 
Hardwick, A. E. Knight 
Harrison Square, see Dorchester 
Hartsviile, see New Marlboro' 
Harvard, Zophyr Wetherbee 

Still River, William F. Bateman 
Harwich, W. H. Underwood 
East Harwich, Danfotth S. Steel 
S^uth "Harwich, Joseph P. Nmkerson 
West Harwich, Anthony K. Chase . 
Harwich Port, Benj. W. Eidredge 
Hatchville, see Barnstable 
Hatfield, Josiah Brown 
Haverhill, David P. Bodnsh 

Pan Haverhill, John W. Ladd 
Hawley, Mrs. Eliza Lbngfey 
South Hawley, James S. Longley 
West Ila wley, Willis Vincent 
Haydenville, see Williamsburg 
ll--. th, Samuel W. Barber 
Eingham, Mi<s Abigail W. Gardner 
South Hmgham, Andrew Gushing 
Hinsdale, Monroe Emmons 

Depot, John Cady . 
Holden, Charles Charhn 
Holland, Eihhu Xirmey 
Holliston, Abel Pond 

East Holliston, Harrison Whiting 
Braggville, D. Hartshorn 
Holmes Hole, see Tisbury 
'■ jlyoke, Lester Newell* 
Ireland, Chester Crafts 
Hoosac Tunnel, see Florida 
Hopkinton, E. A. Bates 

Woodville, Albert Wood 
Housatonie, see Great Harrington 
Hubbttrdston, William Bennett, Jr, 
Hull, Joseph Pope 
Huntington, Lu-ien B. "Williams 

Norwich, Whitman Knight 
Hyarmi-, see Barnstable 
Indian Orchard, ( Hampden County,) 
El ish a A. Fuller 



Ipswich, Stephen Coburn 
Ireland, pee Holyoke 
Jamaica Plain, see West Roxbury 
Kingston, Horace L. Collamore 
Lancaster, Danforth. Lawrence 

South Lancaster, A. J. Bancroft 
Lanesboro', William. A. Fuller 
Berkshire, Wm. G. Harding 
Lanesville, ses Gloucester 
Lawrence, Benjamin F. Watson 
Lee, Albert M. Howk 
East Lee, Carlos Pinnev 
South Lee, Luther B.oss 
Leicester, H. D. Hatch 

Clappville, Samuel L. Stone 
Lenox, Wm. O. Curtis 
Furnace, W. A. Phelps 
New Lenox, Chaunaey E. Dewey 
Leominster, C. H. Colburu 

North Leominster, W. F. Howe 
Leverett, Francis Frary 

North Leverett, Otis Chittenden 
Lexington, John Davis 

East Lexington, W. H. Smith, 2d 
Leyden, A, A. Field 
Lincoln, James L. Chapin 
| Littleton, Jonathan Ilartvveii 
Lock's Village, see Shute.-bury 
Longmeadow, Samuel 11. Newell 

East J..ongmeadow, Henry J. Crooks 
Long Plain, see Fairhaven 
Lowell, Fisher A. Hiidreth 
Ludlow, W. S. Miller 
Lunenburg, Daniel Putnam 
Lynn, Leonard B. Usher 
Lynnfield, Henry W. Swasey 

Lynnheld Centre, Jonathan Bryant 
Maiden, Reuben Green 

South Maiden, George Vv . Chase 
Maple wood. Gu^tavus F. Nourse 
Manchester, John P. Alien 
Mansfield, M. F. Shaw- 
West Mansfield, Edmund Brlgga 
Mapiewood, see Maiden 
I Marblehead, Samuel Cox 

Marlon, no Pott. Office of this rnnne. 

Sippican, Nathan Briggs 

Marlboro', Joseph C. Costing 
Feltonsviile, G. L. Manson 

Marshheld, George M. Baker 
East Marshheld'. Tilden Hall 
North Marshlield, Constant Oakxaan 

Marston's Mills, see Barnstable 

Mattapan, see Dorchester 

Mattapoisett, Benj. F. Barstow 

Medheid, Waiter Janes 

Med ford. James G. Winnek 

West Medford, Franklin Patch 

Medway, Collins Hathon 

East Medway, George H. Holbrook 
West Medway, Giibt-rt Nourse 
Rockvilie, Juh.n S. Walker 

Melrose, II. A. Norris 

M a Ion* Henry A. Aldricll 

Met hue ri, John Low 

Middle boro', Sidney Tucker 

East Middleboro', Nathaniel Eddy 
North Middleboro', M, Robinson 
South Middleboro', Nathaniel Sears 
Hock, Israel Smith 



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155 



Middlefield, Bartholomew Ward 
Bancroft,' Chester W. Merryfield 

Middlesex Vilt., see Chelmsford 

Middleton, Amos B'atchelder 

Milford, James H. Barker 
South Milford, Sam* I W. Gilbert, Jr. 

Millbury, True W. Childs 
West Millbury, Ephratm Gouldin"' 

Mill River, see New Marlboro' 

Millville, see Blackstone 

Milton, Nathan C. Martin 

Mirickville, see Taunton 

Mittineagite, see W. Springfield 

Monroe, Emerson Stafford 

Monson, Joshua Tracy 

Montague, Eiisha Wright 
Grout's Cor., Martin Grout 

Monterey. Wiiber 0. Langdon 

Montgomery, Nelson Clarke 

Montville, see Sandisfield 

Monument, see Sandwich 

Mount Auburn, see Cambridge 

Nahant, W. W, Johnson 

Nantucket, Charles P. Swain 

Natick, Calvin W. Perry 

South Natick, V>\ IT. Wright 

Needliam, George E. Eaton 

West Need ham, William Flagg' 
Charles River Village, L. B. Russell 
Grantville, Alvin Puller, 2d 

Neponset Village, see Dorchester 

New Ashford, James Dewey 

New Bedford, John Eraser 

New Boston, see Sandisfield j 

New Braintree, Abijah Eddy 

Newbury, no OJJicebythe nameof"xeicbun/. 
By-field, Samuel S. Moody 

Newburyport, George W. Jaekman. Jr. 

New England Village, see Grafton 

New Lenox, see Lenox 

New Marlboro', S. W. Wright 
Hartsvilla, Austin Brett 
Mill River. Dyer Stanatd 
Sbdthfield, Augustus Turner 

New Salem, Asahel W. Sawyer 
North New Salem, W.Whittemore 

Newton, Dexter V* nipple 
Centre, Jonathan St. Clair 
Lower Falls, Charles E. Snow 
Upper Palls, James K. Grant 
West Newton, John Mead 
Auburndaie, George L. Bourne 
^Newtonvilie, Thomas H. Ewinsj 

Northampton*, Haynes H. Chilson 
Florence, Isaac S. Parsons 

North Andover, J. P. Foster 

N. Andover Depot, Laban Sawver 

Northboro', Geor-e G. Valentine' 

Northbndge, flaxen O. Bean 
Centre, Wm. B. Fuller 
Whitinsville, George Benson 

North Bridgwater, Abe! W, Kingman 
CampellOj Nelson J. Foss 
N. West Bridgewaterj Levi French 

North Brookfield, Kittredge Hill, Jr. 

North Chelsea, James L. Wiggin 

■Sorth&eld, Charles Os jood 
Farrm, (J has. T. Brown 

^ West Northrield, Elijah E. Belding 

Aorch Heading, John M. Xeyon 



Norton, Mrs. Harriet Hodges 
Norwich, see Huntington 
Oakdale, see West Boylston 
Oakham, Alanson Pronty 

Coldbrook, John Smith 
Orange, G. A. Whipple 
. North Grange, HUlel Baker 
Orleans, Edward Barber 

South Orleans, Seth Sparrow, Jr. 

East Orleans, Freeman Doane 
Osterville, see Barnstable 
Otis, Lyman J. Strickland 

West Otis, Alanson Thompson 
Otter River (see Templeton) 
Oxford, Wm. E. Pease 

North Oxford, Miss M. E. Stone 
Palmer, Daniel Granger 

Thorndike, Elias Turner 

Three Rivers, Asa Shuurway 

Bond's Vill., N. D. Wight " 
Paxton, S. D. Harrington 
Pelham, Calvin I). Eaton 
j Pembroke, Ambrose Parris 
I North Pembroke, Nathaniel Smith 
Peppereil, John Loring 

East Peppereil, True T. Locke 
Peru, Sylvester S, Bo.wen 
Petersham, Samson Wetherell 
Phillipston, T. T. Miller 
Pigeon Cove (see Gloucester) 
Pittsfteld, Piuneas Allen, Jr. 

West Pittsneld, Augustus W, Wil 
liams 
Plainfield, Leonard Campbell 
Piainville, see Wrentham 
Plymouth, C. A. S. Perkins 

South Plymouth, Josiah C. Hovey 

ChiltonviJle, Geo. Brarnkail, Jr. 
Plympton, Martin Perkins 

North Plympton, Zenas Cushman 
Pocasset, see Sandwich 
Prcscott, Christopher Paige 

North Preseot-t, Horace Hurt 
Princeton, Moses Gill 

East Princeton, Joseph Whitcomb 
Provirceto-.vn, Godfrey Rider 
Quincy, George Baxter 

Quincy Point. Peter W. Newcornb 
Randolph, Royal B. Conant 

East Randolph, John 11. Jordan 

South Randolph, Daniel Faxon 
Reading, Horatio N. Cate 
Rehoboth, J. C, Marvel 

North Rehoboth. Grenvitle S:eve:: 
Richmond, William Richards 
Ringviile, see Worthington 
Rochester, Theophilus King 

North Rochester, I. F. Nickerson 
i Rock, see Middleboro' 
Rockbottom, see Stow 
Rockport, Francis Tarr, Jr. 
Rockville, see Med way 
Howe, John Ballou 
Rowley, Ezekiel Bailey 
R ox bury. Dane S. Burrell 
RoyaLton, Charles II. Newton 

South Royalston, Silas Stow 
Russell, 1. P. Morse 
Rutland, Zadock W. Gates 

West Rutland, Wm. E. Quimby 



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Salem, Joseph S. Perkins 

Salisbury, Benjamin E. Fifield 
East Salisbury, Cyrus Dearborn 

Saftdisfield, George Hull 

Montville, V\ iiiir.ru W. Xjangdon 
New Boston, Samuel C. Parsons 

Sandwich, Charles B. Hall 
East Sandwich, Joseph Ewer, Jr. 
North " Charles P.curae 

South " Sol. C. Howland 

West " Isaac Keith 

Monument, E. O. Parker 
Pocasset, Howard Perry 

Saugus, Herbert B. Newhall 

Saugus Centre, Julian D. Lawrenes 
Cliftondale, Wm. Williams 

Saundersville, see Grafton 

Savoy, Calvin Bowker 

Saxoiiviile, see Framingham 

Scituate, Samuel A. Turner 
North Scituate, Anthony Gray 
West " see South Scituate 



nm' 



see Brid^ewater 



Seekonk, William Ide 

South Seekonk, Nathan Mutiroe 
Sharon, Arnasa Dunbar 

East Sharon, 'Warren Cobb 
Sheffield. Edward F. Ensign 

East Sheffield, Elijah S. Doming 

Ashley Falls, John Seovill 
Shel'mme, Lyman Conartt 

East Shelburae, H. M. Fisk 

Shelburae Falls, Alfred Bowen 
Sheldonville, see Wrentham 
Sherbom, Jeremiah It. Hawes 
Shirley, Thomas Whitney 

Shirley Village, Alfred Page 
Shrewsbury, Loxano C. Rnowiton 
Shutesbury, J.V. Hemenway 

Lock's Village, Edward Fitts 
Sippican (see Marion) 
Somerset, J. A. Sayles 
Sornexvilie. George A, Sanborn 
Southampton, J .nathan X. Judd 
Southboro', Solomon Este 

Cordaville, Curtis Wood 



do ridge, A. F. Am mid own 



Sc 

South Danvers, Albert R. Fisk 
Southneld, see New Marlboro' 
South Hadlev. O. G. Couch 

Fails, B. C. Brainard 
South Reading, Samuel Kingnian 

Greenwood, Joseph Eaton 
South Scituate, Ebem T. Fogg, Jr. 

West Scituate, B. N. Curtis 
Southwick, Andrew J. Forward 
Spencer, Luther Hill 

North Spencer, Jonas Wilson 
Springfield, Abijah \V. Chapin 
Spring Hill, (Barnstable Co.,) N. Wii 
State Line, see West Stockbridge 
St» riing, J. M. Stephenson 

West Sterling, Elisha Smith 
Still River, see Harvard 
Bcockhrtd^e, N. A. Waters 

CuTtisvillei Henry M. Bun-all 
Stortebarn, George W. Dike 



Ghndaie, J., li. 



:.rong 



Stough'on, W. P. Waldo 

East Steughton, Elijah Blanchard 



Stow, Marshall Davis 

Rock Bottom. Augustus Rice 
Sturbridge, James Bacheilor 

Fiskdale, Solomon Munroe 
Sudbury, John Goodnow, 2d 

North Sud'oury, Lewis C. Puffer 

Assubet, Asahel Balcom 
Sunderland, Jeremiah Flagg 
Sutton, Wm. C. Chase 

West Sutton, Rufus C. Hall 

Wilkinson ville, Jonas Brown 
Swampscott, Waldo Thompson 
Swanzey, John Mason 

North Swanzey, Ma^on Barney 
Taunton, Abijah M. Ide, Jr. 

East Taunton, David Dean 

Mirickville, William Sirams 
Templeton, Dexter Gilbert 

Baldwinsville, James H. Clapp 

Otter River. S.I). Morley 
Tewksbury, Benj. F. Spaulding 

North Tewksbury, Leonard Hun- 
tress 
Thomdike, see Palmer 
Three Rivers, see Palmer 
Tisbury (no ofhee by this name) 

West Tisbury, J. B. Nickerson 

Holmes Hole, Eliakim Norton 
Tolland, Wm. W. Harrison 
Topsfield, B. P. Adams 
Townsend. Charles Osgood 

" Harbor, Charles Emery 

W. Townsend, Aug. G. Stickney 
Truro, Josiah Yv'ilcler 

•North Truro, John Grozer 
Tyngsboro', Samuel Elliot 
Tyringham, Frederick C. Williams 
Dp ton, Davis J. King 
Uxbridge, S. S. Pitts 

North Uxbridge, Chas. E. Whitin 
Van Densoriville, see Great Barringtor 
Wachusett Village, see' Westminster 
Wales, J. K. Rogers 
Walpole, David E. Metcalf 

East Walpole, George \Y\ Johnson 

South " Truman Clarke 
Waltham, Frederick M. Stone 
Waquoit, see Falmouth 
Ware, Addison Sandford 
Wareham, Nathaniel Sherman 

West Wareham, Oliver C. Gibbs 

East " Alex. Switt 

Warwick, Q. M. Morgan 
Warren, Franklin Drufy * 
Washington, Daniel Sibley 
Watertown, Warren J. Lindley 
Wa viand, Newell Heard 

Cochituate, C. R. Damon ., • 

Webster, Lyman Sheldon 
Wellfleet, Enoch Higgins 

South Wellfleet, Jona. Doane 
Wendell, F. K. Fleming 

■ Depot, William Putnam 
Wen ham, B. C. Putnam 
Westboro', J. A. Brigham 
West Boylston, Benjamin Smith 

Oakdale, Augustus V. Sheldon 
West Bridgewater, Calvin Wiilimns 

Cochcsetr. Albert Copeland, Jr. 
West Brook tield, Jacob Dupee 



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157 



tV.^t Cambridge, Edwin It. Preseott 

Belmont, John L. Alexander 
. : I, Reuben Noble 
iV jtl >rd, Samuel Fletcher 

For "i Village j S. A. Hamblin 

tfranitewile, Daniel G. Mead 
V.V,t Gloucester, see Gloucester 
'. -::. imptoji, John A. Judd 
\Wtnnnster, J. Whitman 

Wachusett Village, Benj. "NVyman 
Wtst Newbury, Daniel Nichols 
Weston, Charles Johnson 
\Yi »tport, Nathan C. Bro'wnetl 

So. Westport, Frederick Brownell 

YVestport Point, A. II. Cory 
West Rjxbury, William S. Keith 

Jamaica Plain, Robert Seaver 

West ScitUate, see South Seituate 
West Springfield, Lewis Leonard 

Aihleyvilie, Edward Kneeland 

Miitineague. Luke PIis3 

Fee-din? Hills, see Agawam 
West Sfijckhridgc, W. A. Pees 

,, Centre, Morris Ward 

State Line, Reuben R. Feet 
Weymouth, Elijah F. Hall 

Last Weymouth, Z. L. Bicknell 

South " John A. Rogers 

North " Cornelius Pratt 

Whately, Dennis Dickinson 

East Whately, Josiah Allis 
Vi hitiasviile, see North.brid.ge 
Wilbraham, Luther B. Bliss 

3, Wilbra ham, Solomon C. Spelhaan j 



Collins' s Depot, W. Collins 
Wilkinsonville, see Sutton 
Williamsburg, Lewis Bodman 

Haydenviile, Spencer Foot 
Willimansett, see Ohicopee 
Williamstown, Keyes Danfortli 

South Williamstown, J. II. Jordan 
Wilmington, J. A. Ames 

North Wilmington, Silas Buck 
Winchendon, Edwin S. Merrill 
Winchester, Josiah Hovey 
Windsor, Mdo H. Johnson 

East Windsor, Reuben Pierce 
Winthrop, Warren Belcher 
Woburn, A. E. Thompson 

North Woburn, Step. Nichols, Jr. 

East " A. L. Richardson 

"Woods Hole, see Falmouth 
Woodville, see Hopkintou 
"Worcester, Emory Banister 
Worthington, Edward C, Porter 

West Worthington, Russell Bartlett 

Kdngviile, Ethan C. Ring 
Wrentham, Charles J. Randall 

No. Wrentham, Henry Trowbridge 

South '< Pieston Da.y 

West " P. P. Cook 

Piainville, J. P. Cheever 

Shel ionviile, Edward C. Craig 
Yarmouth, Isaac Ryder 

" Port, Thomas Arey 

West Yarmouth, F. H. Crowell 

South " John Larkin 

Zoar, see-Charlemoiit 



BOSTON POST OFFICE. 

2TAHUM GAPETv, POSTMASTEE, 

WM. B. . 53JITII, ASSISTANT rOoTMASTES. 

EDWAED S. EEVING, TSEASUBER. 

The Post Office is in the Merchants Exchange, State Street. From the 1st of April 
to the 1st of October, the Ofiice is open from 6^, A. M., to d, P. M. From October to 
April, from 7*, A. M., to 9, P. M. On Sundays, from 9 to 10, A. ftl. 

DAILY HAIL ARRANGEMENT. 



. 



Mia its Close. 
rjv$, A. >.f,, and 2 * 



d 4A, P. M. 



'■■■■<■: ■., ?, A. >!., and 2, P. M. 

• »anv, ni,i oil the route, 5, A. M., and 
I, ?'. M. 

' ■■■[ and Nantucket, 5, A. M. 

N>rihera Mail, 5, V. M. 

; ■•■ ■ :n Mail by Steamer?, from Boston, 
-'• 9 o'elock, A. M., on dry- of sailing. 
Letters will he received at the Stea; si p 
mpan.y*s Wharf, East Boston, until 
1-4 before 12 o'clock, A. M. Fox ■' ;n 
■'' ■ , via .n'hv York, day previous io 
•adifig at i 1-2 and 4 1-2, P.M.- Letters 



will he received at the Worcester Rail- 
road Depot, from 2 i-2 o'clock, P. M., 
until 3 o'clock, P. M. 
California on the 4-th and 19th of each 
month at 2 and -iA, P. M. 

J!7rvj Dae. 

Southern Mail averages 6*, P. M., and 12, 

midnight, 
Eastern Mail averages 2 and 8, P. M. 
Albany Mail averages 6, F, M., and 12, 

midnight. 
Northern Mail averages ~k, P. M. 
Nantucket •• 27 P.M. 

Cape Cod " 6£, P. M. 



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MASSACHUSETTS REGISTER. 



KATES OF POSTAGE 

IN THS UNITED STATES. OP. TO BRITISH NORTH AMERICAN PROVINCES. 



Letters in the United States, per h oz. 
(fractions same), not ovei ^■- : ) risk's 3 c. 

Jm'puid; over 3000 miles, 10 c. prepaid. 
^otters, dropped far delivery only, 1 c, 
prepaid or n^t. Advertised letters I c. ex- 
tra." To or from the Provinces, not over 
3000 miles from the line, 10 c. per £ oz. ; 
over 3000, 1-5 c, prepaid or not. 

Transient newspapers, periodicals , un- 
seated circulars, or other articles of printed 
matter, not exceeding 3 ounces in weight, 
to any part of the United States, 1 c, pre- 
paid ; each additional ounce or fraction 
of an ounce, 1 c, prepaid. 

Iiegulctr newspapers or periodicals, paid 
yearly or quarterly in advance, when cir- 
culated in the State where published, not 
weighing over \h oz., -\ e. :. over 1£ oz. and 
not over 3oz., Ac; every additional oz. 
or fraction, k c. When circulated out of 
the. State, all weighing 3 oz. or less, h c, 
and each additional oz. or fraction, ~h c. 
Weekty newspapers within the county 
where printed and published, single copy 
free to each subscriber. Small newspapers 



and periodicals, monthly or oftener, and 
pamphlets not containing more than six- 
teen octavo pages, in single packages of 
not less than 8 oz. to one address, prepaid 
3 c. for each ounce ; fraction same. 

Books, bound or unbound, not weighing 
over four pounds, under 3000 miles, 1 c. 
per or.., prepaid, U c. not prepaid ; over 
3000 miles, 2 c. prepaid, 3 c. not prepaid. 

Publishers of net&spapcrs and. periodicals 
are allowed a free exchange of one copy, 
and may also send to each actual sub- 
scriber, enclosed in their publications, 
bills and receipts for the same, free of 
postage. 
j All printed matter must be sent with- 
| out cover, or in a cover open at the ends 
j or sides. There must be no word or com- 
i munication printed on the same after its 
publication, or upon the cover, except the 
name and address of the person to whom 
it is to be sent. There must be no paper 
or other thing enclosed in or with such 
punted paper. 



TO OR FROM GREAT 

*i c. ; 5 c. extra for 



Letters. — Each ft oz. 
California or Oregon, 
tienal. 

Newspapers. — 2 c. 

United States, 
Periodicals and Pamphlets. — Not over 



X' repayment op- 
each, payable in 



BRITAIN OR IRELAND. 

two oz., 2 c. each, and 4 c. each extra oz., 
payable in United States ; and same post- 
age is payable in the United Kingdom, 
excepting that for the third oz. it rises to 
sixpence, and each extra oz. is twopence. 



POST OFFICE NOTICE. 

That Letters may be mailed in all sections of the city with equal facility, and be 
transmitted with promptness and certainty, the Postmaster General has authorised 
strong and secure Iron. Boxes to be -pvJ. up at the places named below, which will be 
ready for the reception of Letters and Papers, prepaid by stamps, according to lain. 

These Boxes will be visited daily, except Sr'mdavs, bv sworn Collectors, at o'clock. 
A. M„ I. :.', an t i i o'clock, P. M. ; on Sundays at 5 unci 10 o'clock, P. 21. ; —and all 
mailable matter found therein will be forthwith taken to the Post Oilice, and without 
charge. 

Letters to be Registered must be taker, to the Post Office. 

Letter Boxes placed at the Hotels arc for the guests of the Hotels. 

The Streets of Boston have been declared Post Routes by the Postmaster General, 
to the exclusion of all unauthorised Letter Carriers. 

The Boxes are- located as follows :— 



District yo. 1. 

1. New England House. 

2. Cor. Com m e r c i a 1 a n d Cross s ts . 

3. Cor. Commercial st. and Lewis wl 

4. Cor. Hanover and Charter sts. 

5. Head of Gray's wharf. 

G. Cor. Hanover and Richmond sts. 

7. ( or. Qharle.stown and Coop r a. 

8. Merrimac House. 

9. Cor; Han jvrr and Salem sts. 

10. Cor. Hanover and Union sts. 

1 1. American House. 
i^» Quincy House. 

District No. 2. 

1. Cor. Beacon and Mt. Vernon sts. 

2. Cor. Myrtle and Joy sts. 

3. Cor. Charles and Chestnut sts. 

4. I or. Rev< re -md YV. Centre st s. 

5. Cor. Cambridge and Garden sts. 
t>. Muss; General Hospital Gate. 



7. Cor. Spring and Popular streets, 

8. Cor. Causeway and Lowell stre« 

9. Cor. Green and Lynde streets. 

10. Cor. Court and Bulfinch streets. 

11. Revere House. 

12. Cor. Court st. and Cornhill. 

District No. 3. 
i. Pearl St. House. 

2. Cor. Broad st. and Foster's whai 

3. Cor. Congress and Purchase sts. 
i. Cor. Beach and Lincoln sts. 

5. United Stat- s Hotel. 

6. Cor. Kneeland and Federal sts. 

7. Cor. Hudson and Oak sts. 

District No. 4. 

1. Parker House. 

2. Tremont House. 

3. Brom field House. 

4. Winthrop House. 

5. Cor. F.liot arid Pleasant sts. 



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6. Cor. Tremontand Pleasant sts. 

7. Cor. E'.iot and Washington sts. 

8. Cor. Hayward pi, and Wash., st. 

9. Adams House. 
Marlboro' Hotel. 



10. 



District No, 5. 

Cor. Washington and Arnold sts. 
Cor. Shawmut ave. and Springfield 
street. , 



3. C01 



ut avenue and West 



Canton street. 

4. Cor Wash, and Dover streets. 

5. Cor. "Wash, and E. Castle streets. 

District No. G. (South Boston.) 
Cor. Dorehester ave. and 4th sts. 
Cor. Dorchester ave. and Doreh. st. 
Cor. 1 street and Broadway. 
Cor. D and 4th streets. 
Cor. Broadway and Dorchester av. 



CUSTOM-HOUSE OFFICERS. 



DISTRICT OF BOSTON AND , 
CHARIiESTOWN, 

By a regulation of the Treasury De- 
partment, the Custom House opens at 9 
o'clock. A. XL, and closes at 3, P. MV.for. 

the transaction of business, through the 
year. Custom House, on State, India, 
aid Central Streets. 

Collector's Office.' 

Arthur W. Austin, Collector. 

Bradford L. Wales, Deputy Collector 
94id Auditor, 

Albert Hanscornb, Jonathan F. Robin- 
son, Deputy Collators. 

Ithamar W. Heard, Cashier. 

Ephraim L. Fruthiugham, Jr., Assistant 
Cashier. 

Clerks. 
Samuel Andrews, Joseph C. Lovejoy, 
Ephraim Atwood, 
Ithamar A. Beard, 
Henry D. Clary, 
Charles Crafts, 
John J. Gutrumskei 



j araes U& 
William I 
James O. Frost 
John W. Fennd 
Nathaniel Gale. 
Alexan 



Samuel P. Lovett, 
James J. Majuire, 
II. A. S. D. V.-r-r, 
Cfa-M. W. Pollard, 
I'aylor M Itundlett, 
John 0. Sh -w, 
Emery, George A. Savage, 
Thos.J.WniUemore, 
Ralph C. Wei st r, 
Joseph W. Wright, 



Hi 



• com, George B. W 



Will i a m W i I hams, 
Edgar K. Whitaker, 
Eli A. Yale. 



E. W. Holmes, 
Geo. J.Liudsey 

Henry D. Todd, Messenger. 
Naval Officer's Depaktsebxt. 

Charles G. Greene, Naval Officer. 

C. Daniekson Lincoln, Deputy XaKCil 
Officer. ■ 

Albeit Cas?. Nathan D. Hvde. Wm, P. 
Hill, Andrew J. Locke, W r m.' II. Bn beck, 
William Stevens, A. C. Jackson. Clerks. 

Geo. O. Davis, Messenger. 

Schveyok's Office. 

Fletcher Webster* Surveyor. 
Wm. W. Parker, Deputy Surveyor. 
'-' ."•> cis A. Durn ge, Assistant Deputy 
Surveyor. 

Edward L. Paris, ( Icrk. 
Franklin Pxiuce, Messenger. 

Public Store Department. 

Joseph Barney, Siiperiiliendcnt of H 'art- 
homes. 



Wm. P. Brown, Elijah Clark, John 
H. Clark, Moses E. Cushmart, Henry A. 
Da-vis, Samuel O. Dearborn . Joseph Do we, 
Theodore L. Howe, Levi Ingols. John II. 
Jackson, E. S. Lawrence, Wm. H. Leach, 
Charles A. Mann, Isaac F. Nelson, Geo. 
W. Niles, Gardner Pcouty, George B. 
Proctor, Joseph A. Sampson, Israel P. 
Will i a rn s , Storekeepers . 

T. Browne Dix, James B. Norris,C/erJt#. 

Samuel D. Slocum, Storage Clerk. 

Isaac N. Riddle, Permit Clerk, Apprais- 
er's 'flee. 

Albert Bingham, F. /Colours, S. J. 
Deacon. Thomas G. Easterbrook, Nathan 
Jenkins, Henry II. Hyde, Nathan R. 
Thayer, 0. F. Winslow, Clerks in Wart- 
houses. 

Measurers. 

William Crassman, Joseph Hall, Cb_as. 
A. Mirick. 

Weighers and Gangers. 
Joseph H. Berre!:, Charles Caldwell, 
Perkins Cleveland, Henry H. Cook, li r, ■ 
tio N. Crane, Charles E'lmui ; ~, Robert 
L. Davis, Nicholas Hathaway, Eph. Note, 
Jonathan Nayson, Danie! Sanborn, Geo. 
L. Thorndike, Samuel Walker. 

Inspector's Department. : 

Inspector*. 

Albert Alden, Levi Barker, Prentica 

S. Barnard, John Belcher, Asa O. But- 

man, Augustus F. Brown, John D. C ; . >- 

pan, Abner -Child, C^o. W. Churchill, 

Ezra S. Conant, Albert Clark, Charles 

j Clark, Wm. It. Collier, Joseph S. D irkng, 

j George H. Davies, Isaac Davis, Moses 

I T. Davis, Taos. S. Dennett. Richard H. 

j Dixey, Osgood Eaton, B. W. Foster. Jas. 

; G. Foster, Isaac W. Frye, Mathew Foley, 

Royal Gillpatrick, Harvey Howe, Barziliai 

N. Hudson, Joseph Hoi >rook, Edward 

Jones, John Kitteiidge, R ►bert Keith, 

Franklin Knight, George W. Lewis. G. 

Hinman Loomis, Martin Lynch, Henry 

K. May, Thomas Mooney, Dennis W. 

O'Brien", Timothy R Page, Edwin A. 

Palmer, Samuel H. Parker, Levi T. 

Prescott, E. Sewail Price, Godfrey Ri ler, 

Jr., Joseph M. Itcwell, George Bobbins, 

Jose} . P. P. iym >nd, Eben H- Satford, 

Daniel P. Simpson, Eli M. Smith, Ham- 

blcton £. Smith, Eiisha Stone, Israel C. 



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Trow, Eben. G. Tucker, Robert M.Waitt, 
Mark F. Warren, Thomas P. Wilson. 

Lov«-U Bkkn P. Inspector at Dorchester 
and Quia y , U. C. Wilder, at Hinghdm ; 

John II. Wilson, Jr., at Cohasset. 
Aids to the Revenue. 
William Bradford, George Dickinson, 
Samuel Fabyan, Isaac VV. Fo'.lansbee, 
Alexander Greg?, John D. McGill, Thos. 
O'Neii, A=a T. Pratt, Eben. Russell. 

Night Inspectors. 

John Avery, William A. Grascr, Wiliard 
Graves, Thomas H. Grenville, Daniel 
I). Hartley, J. Hughes Federick W. Hall, 
Nathaniel Jackson, Washington Leach, 
John II. McDonald, Chas. W. McLellan, 
Abraham C Mace, Jacob Norris, Chas. P. 
Philbrick, Edward Ryan, Chas. R. Stur- 
gis, Edmund Snow, John M. Tyler, Samuel 
A. Wentwonh. Abram Weeks, Solomon. 
H. Willis. 

Night Watchmen. 

Chas. A. Beltbrd, Wm. H. Carpenter, 
Daniel Fuller, Charles S. Hunt, Christo- 
pher Plunkett, Robert Wier. 

Public Appraiser's Optics. 
Appraiser's Office, Comm'l St., cor. 
Commerce. 

George F. Emery, General Appraiser. 
C. J. F. Allen and Henry Crocker, 



Pri 



ncxpai appraisers. 



Aaron Hoban and Jeremiah Colburn, 
Assis ia at A) rp ra is ers . 

Joseph B. Frost, C. Dana Lincoln, Chas. 
M. Kings ley, Examiners. 

Ezra Parmenier, Examiner of Drugs. 

Joseph B. Bridge, William Hardwick, 
John W. Neason. isaao T. Riph-y, Chas. 
W. Spofford, Oliver C. Wyman, James 
B. Weeks, Allied A. Waldron,. Citrks. 

Custom House Barge. 

Hatnbleton E. Smith, Boarding Officer, 
Long Wharf, 

Revexue Cutter "'MoltiUs.'' 
John Whitcomb, Commander. JohnL. 
Prouty, 1st Lieut. George Waldeiv, 2d 
Lieut. Marshall Brown, 3d Lieut. Olof 
Johanson, B >ats?oain. 

Sub Treasury. 

Edward E. Pratt, U. S. Assistant Treas- 
urer. 

G. Haven, George L. Pratt, Clerks. 
Light-House Inspector. 
Office, Id District, Boston Custom House. 

Melancthon Smith, Inspector. George 
A. La-.vton, Clerk. 

DISTRICT CF BARNSTABLE. 

Fort of Barnstable. — Sylvanus B Phin- 
ney, Collector; S. Parker HuLway, Deputy I 
Collector; Charles Lewis, Isauc Wtieldon, | 
inspectors* 

Port of Sandunch.—Wm. E. Sovden. I 
Jmn&ior^ ' I 

Port ■ f Falmouth. — Silas J. Bourne, 
Deputy On i tor. 

Fort oj Yarmouth. — John Hawes, In- 
spector. 

Pert of Chatham. ~ Ephraini Taylor, 
Deputy Collector; Samuel i'ming, Inspec- 
tor, 



Port of South Dennis.— Miller W. Nick- 
erson, Deputy Collecter. 

Port of Wellfleet. — Freeman L. Hiek- 
man, Deputy Collector; Nath'IP. Wiley, 
Inspector. 

Fort of Provincetoicn. — Simeon S. Gil- 
ford, Deputy Collector; John Smith, In- 
spector. 

Harwich Port. — Anthony Kelley, In- 
spector. 

DISTRICT OF EDGARTOWN. 

Port of Ecl/artoicn. — Constant Norton, 
Collector; Sirson P. Coffin, Deputy Col- 
lector; Ira Darrow, Inspector. 

Port of Holmes Hole — Henry P, Worth, 
Deputy Collector ; Matthew P. Butler, In- 
spector. 

DISTRICT OF FALL RIVER. 

Port of Fall Facer. — Pnineas W. Le- 
land, Code. tor ; Jonathan Slade, Deputy 
Collector. Inspector, Weigher, Measurer, 
and Gauffer; Joseph Leland, Inspector, 
Weigher, and Measurer; Admiral Cogg- 
shall, Revenue Boatman ; Jonathan J. 
Hilliard, Inspector of Steamboat Hulls and 
Boilers. 

Ports of Somerset, Freetown, Dighton, 
Berkley, and Taunton — George W. Pick- 
ens, Inspector, Weigher, and Measurer; 
Liberty Tripp, Weigher and Measurer. 

DISTRICT OF GLOUCESTER, 

Port of Gloucester. — Graham Babson, 
Collector: Win. P. Dolliver, Surveyor; 
Addison Winter. Moses Tarr, Inspectors ; 
Leonard J. Presson, Weigher, Ganger ,and 
Measurer ; Robert Rowe, Boatman, 

Fort of Manchester.— Ty lex Parsons, 
Inspector. 

Port of Rock port. — Winthrop Thurston, 
Inspector. 

DISTRICT OF MARBLEHEAD. 

P.-ri of Marblehead: — William Bartoll, 
Collector; John Orne, Deputy Collector; 
John lugalls, Surveyor; Richard Rams- 
dell, Inspector, Weigher, Ganger, and 
Measurer. 

Fort of Lynn, — Win. H. Stone, Deputy 
Collector and Inspector. 

Ports of Swampscott and Nahant, — 
Ephraini A. Ingalis, Inspector. 

DISTRICT OF NANTUCKET. 

Port of Nantucket. — Eben W. Allen, 
Collector; Andrew J. Morton, Deputy 
Collector ; Frederick W. Folger, Inspector. 

DISTRICT OF NEW BEDFORD. 

Custom House, North Second Street, 
coj n> r of Wiliinm. 

Port of Act Bedfords— Charles B. II. 
Fessenden, Collector; James Taylor, De- 
puty Collector"; 'Aha. M. Irish, Clerk; 
Alexander G. Ryder, Inspector and Board- 
ing Officer; Jireh L. Ferguson, Inspector, 
Weigher, Gauger, &c. ; Enoch Bearse, 
Custom ihi'-.' Boatman. 

Port of Fairhaven. — George II. Taber, 
Inspector. 

Port of MaUapoisett.— Ansell Weeks, 
Inspector.^ 

Port oj Sippicaa. — Nathan Briggs, In- 
spector. ' 



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161 



Port of Wareham. — David Nye, Deputy 
Collector and Inspector. 

fori of Dartmouth. — Humphrey Sher- 
man, Inspector. 

Port of Westport. — Russell GirFord, In- 
spector. 

DISTRICT OP NEWBURYPORT. 

Custom House, 23 Water Street. 

Port of Neicburyport. — James Blood, 
Collector ; Thomas W. Burnham,^ Inspec- 
tor and Deputy Collector ; Nicholas 
lirown, Naval Officer; Nathaniel Jack- 
son, Surveyor; Wia. D. Foster, Inspector, 
Weigher, and Measurer; Geo. W. Hill, 
Inspector and Ganger ; Chas. Peabody, 
Inspector ; Joseph Lowell, Boatman. 

Pur: of Ipswich. — Daniel L. Wilcomb, 
Surveyor. 

DISTRICT OF PLYMOUTH, 

Port of Plymouth.*— Wait Wadsworth, 
Collector; Wm, Bishop, Deputy Collector 
und Inspector. 



Port of Ddrbury.— Joshus W. Swift, In- 
spector. 

Port of Kingston.— Esra Perkins, In- 
spector. 

Port of Scituate. — Samuel A. Turner, 
Inspector. 

DISTRICT OF SALEM AND 
BEVERLY. 

Custom Housp, U'.' Derby Street, corner 
of Orange Street, Salem. 

Port of Salem. — Win. B. Pike. Collec- 
tor; Henry Derby, Deputy Collector; 
Henry L. Lambert, Clerk. ; John Ryan 
Naval Officer ; Ebenezer Dodge, Surveyor; 
Jonathan H. Orne, Henry \V. Perkins, 
Weighers and Gangers ; Robert W, Gould 
Measurer; Connor B. Swasey, Public 
Store Keeper ; Daniel B. Lord, William A. 
Phillips, Samuel Fuller, Thos. P. Kinsley, 
Edward C. Peabody, Moses D. Randall, 
Chas. H. Manning, Inspectors ; Henry 
Upton, Henry Meek, Boatmen. 

Port of Beverly. — Samuel Porter, Sur- 
veyor ; Maurice Oby, Stephen Lovett, In- 
spectors. 



CONSULS AND CONSULAR AGENTS. 

RESIDING IN BOSTON. 

Austrian Consul^ Francis A. J&rseh, 13 Doane street. 

Belgian Consul, Ives (y. Bates, §9 State street. 

Brazilian Vice Consul, Archibald Foster, 3 Merchants' Exchange. 

British Consul, Francis Lonsaia, 7 Doane sheet. • 

Buenos Ayres (acting), Santiago C. Bello, 16 Summer street. 

Costa Ri.c ■•£. Consul (acting), S. C. Bello, 16 Suranier street. 

Equador Consul, Seta Bryant, 7-6 Pearl street. 

French Cizmrd, M. Jules Etienne Souehard, 10 Devonshire street. 

Chancellor of the French Consulate, Paul Dejardin, 10 Devonshire street. 

Chilian Consul, EL V. Ward, 20 City Exchange, 10 Devonshire street. 

Greek Consul, Henry G. Andrews. 46 Court street 

Hanoverian Consul, Francis A. Hirscb, 13 Doane street. 

Lnbec Consul, Henry C, Lauterbaek, 30 Federal street. 

Mexican Vice Consul, Santiago C. Bello, 16 Summer street. 

New Grenada Consul (acting), Santiago C. Bello, 10 Summer street. 

Nicaragua Consul (acting), Santiago 0. Bello, Hi Summer street. 

Peruvian Consul (acting), Santiago C. Bello, 16 Summer street. 

Prussian Consul, Francis A. Hirsch, 13 Doane street. 

Pontifical States, Nicholas Reggio, 31 Central wharf. 

Portuguese Vice Consul, Archibald Foster, 3 Merchants' Exchange. 

Russian Vice Consul, It. B. Storer, 47 India wharf. 

Sardinian Vice Consul, Nicholas Reggio, 31 Central wharf. 

Sicilian Vice Consul, Nicholas Reggio, 31 Central wharf. 

Spanish Consul, 11. F. Fallon, 16 Summer Street. 

Swedish and Norwegian Vice Consul, Barthould Schlesinger, 60 State street. 

Turkish Consul, Joseph lasigi, 36 Central wharf. 

Uruguay Consul, Charles Soule, Jr., 40 State Street. 

Venezuela Consul (acting), Santiago C. Bello, 16 Summer street. 



RESIDING IN NEW BEDFORD. 

Prussian Viee-Consttl r Geo. Hussey. 
Spanish Consular Arjen^ Wm. H. 
Taylor. 

RESIDING IN SALEM. 



RESIDING IN NANTUCKET. 
British Consular Agent, Wm. Barney. 

RESIDING INNEWBURYPORT, 



British Consular Agent, Thos. W 
Uftii&h Consular Agent, EpUruim Barnham. 
i\ Miller. ' 



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162 



MASSACHUSETTS REGISTER. 



EDUCATION IN MASSACHUSETTS. 

BOARD OF EDUCATION. 
Established by an Act ob the Legislature, Atril 20, 1837. 

The Governor, Lieutenant Governor, and Secretary of the Common- 
wealth, ex-officiis ; Hon. Isaac Davis, of Worcester ; Henry Wheatland, 
M. P., of Saiera; Ariel Parish, of Springfield; Prof. Cornelius C. Felton, 
of Cambridge ; Rev. Alonzo H. Quint, of West lloxbury ; Wm. A. 
Stearns, I). D., of Amherst; Rev. Russell Tomiinson, of Plymouth: 
Rev. Erastus 0. Haven, of Boston. 

Hon. George S. Boutwell, Secretary • Geo. B. Emerson, Esq., Treasurer. 
Samuel C. Jackson, Assistant Secretary, 

STATE NORMAL SCHOOLS. 

Established by Law, 1838. 

The State Normal Schools are designed for those only who purpose 
to teach, and especially for those who purpose to teach in the Common 
Schools. Of those who avail themselves of the advantages of these 
Schools, and who afterwards become teachers in the Common Schools of 
Massachusetts, no tuition fee is required. 

There are at present four in this Commonwealth, as follows : 
State Normal School, Framingham. | State Normal School at Westfield. 
« foil females only. 

George N. Bigelow, Principal. 

Originally established at Lexington 
July 3, 1839. Transferred in May, I 3t Barre, September 4, 1830. In 
1844, to West Newton; from thence, j 1841 it was suspended, and in Septem- 
in 1353, to Framingham. ber, 1844, was re-commenced at West- 



FOP. BOTH SEXES. 



John W. Dickinson, Principal. 
This school first went into operation 



Bridgewater State Normal School, 
for bote semes. 



field. 

Salem State Normal School, 
for females only. 



Opened September 13, 1854. 
Alpheus Crosby, Principal. 



^iarshall Conant, Principal. 
Those' who enter this school, male 
pupils must be at least 1 7, ar:d females 
at least 1(5, years of age. 

Terms. — The school year is divided into two terms, commencing as fol- 
lows : At 
Framingham on the first Wednesday of March and September of each year. 
Salem on the second Wednesday of " " " " 

Bridgewater on the third Wednesday of " " " " " 

WesVfield on the fourth Wednesday of " " " " " 

The Spring Term of each school is preceded by a vacation of four weeks, 
and the Autumn Term by a vacation of eight weeks. 

TEACHERS' INSTITUTES. 

The number of Teachers' Insti- I Prof. William Russell, Teacher of 

tufes hel 1 during the year 1858 was ten. Elocution. 

These Institutes ate all under the j Lowell Mason, Esq., Teacher oj 

jvcT>onal superintendence of the Seere- ! Music. 

ury. The Board of Instructors em- Sanborn Tenney, A. M., Teacher oj 

ployed : — Geography and .Lecturer on Natural 

Gen. Henry K. Oliver, and Geo. B. History. 

Ktnerson, LL. I.)., l^eachers of Oram- [ Prof. Herman Kriisi, Teacher oj 

mar. • 1 Drawing and Mathematics. 



COLLEGES, ACADEMIES, ETC. 



163 



COLLEGES, ACADEi&IES, ETC. 



Abbott Female Academy, Andovetu 

Incorporated 1829. Miss Emma T. 
Th> lor, Principal. 

Amherst Academy. 
Incorporated 1816. Rodolphus B. 
Hubbard, Principal. 

Amherst College. 

Incorporated 1821. 

Rev. Wm. A. Stearns, D. D., Presi- 
dent, and Professor of Moral and 
Christian Science. 

Rev. Edward Hitchcock, D. D., 
LL. T)., Professor of Natural Theology 
and of Geology. Chas. H. Hitchcock, 
Adj. Prof of Geology. 

kbenezer S. Sneil, A. M ,_ Pro- 
fessor of Mathematics and Natural 
Philosophy. 

Charles U. Shcpard. M. D., Massa- 
chusetts Professor of Natural History. 

William "S. Tyler, 1). B., Graves 
Professor of Grtvk Language and 
Literature. 

Wm. S. Clark, Ph. D., Professor of 
Chemistry. 

Rev. Julius H, Seelye, A. M., Pro- 
fessor of Intellectual and Moral Phil- 
osophy. 

fctev. James Gardiner Vose, A. M., 
WiUUlon Professor of Rhetoric and 
Orator!/, and of Prudish Literature. 

Edward P Crowell, A. XL, ilibdre 
Professor of Latin, and Instructor in 
German. 

Edward Tuckerman, LL. B., Pro 
jessor of Botany and Lecturet in IPs' 
lory. 

\Vm. L. Montague, A. M., Instructor 
in Latin and French. 
Asa S. Fiske, A. B., Twfor in £*?<?£. 
Henry S. Kelsey, A. M., Tutor in 
Mathematics. 

Chas. H. Hitchcock, A. M.. Lecturer 
ii Zoology and Curator of ike Cabinet. 
_ John W. Laue, A. E., Teacher of 
Elocution. 

Lucius M. Bokwood, A. M., Libra- 
rian. 

Theannual expenses of tuition, &c, 
*re from Si 30 to $200. 

Terms and Vacations. — Winter 
term commences Jan. 5. Spring va- 
<"itlon, April 13. Summer term, May 
4. Summer vacation, Aug. 11, Fail 
term, Sept. 8. Commencement in 
1*59, Aug. li. 



Axdovbr Theological Seminary, 
Axdoyer. 

Incorporated June 20, 1807. 

Rev. Calvin E. Stowe, D. D., As- 
sociate Professor of Sacred Literature. 

Rev. Edwards A. Park, I). D.. Ab- 
bott Professor of Christian Iheology. 

Rev. Austin Phelps, D. !>., Bart- 
lett Professor of Sacred Rhetoric. 

Rev. E. P. Barrows, M. A., Seminary 
Prof of Sacred Literature in Hebrew. 

Rev. W. G. T. Shedd.M. A., Brown 
Professor of Ecclesiastical History and 
Pastoral Theology. 

Prof. Wm. Russell, M. A., Teacher 
of Elocution. 

The Anniversary is on the first 
Thursday in August. The regular 
time for admission is the first week in 
the academical year, which commen- 
ces six weeks from the Anniversary. 

The regular course of study is three 
years. 

The expenses for the academical 
year of forty weeks are about SUO. 
Tne Libraries of the -Institution con- 
tain 22,000 volumes. 

Assoxet Academy, Freetown . 
Founded 1855. , Principal. 

Th.al-.ford Academy, Teadpcrd. 

Incorporated 1804. Bliss Ab'uy Ii- 
i Johnson, Principal. 

Bridgewatee Academy, Bbxdge- 

YVATER. 

Incorporated 1795. Frederick 

j Crafts, Principal. 

Bristol Academy, Ta t j.nton. 
Incorporated 1792. Joseph A. 
Hale, Principal. 

Charlestons Female Seminary. 

Incorporated 1832. Miss Catharine 
N. Badger, Principal. 

Chatham Academy, Chatham. 
Incorporated 1829. 

College of the Holy Cross, 
Worcester. 
Rev. Antony F. Ciampi, S. J., Presi- 
dent, Treasurer^ and Prefect ofSludits. 



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MASSACHUSETTS REGISTER. 



Rev. Jamea J. Tehon, S. J., Vice 
President, Prefect of Schools and Pro^ 
feasor of Mathematics. 

Rev. Aloisius Janaliek, S. J., Prof. 
of [Mental Philosophy, of Gerinan, and 
Chaplain. 

Rev. Eugene Vetromiie, S. J., Prof 
o f Na tui 'a I Ph ilos oj > h y , 

Rev. John A. McGaican, S. J., 
Professor of Rhetoric, Poetry, and 
French^ 

Rev. Patrick Creighton, S. J., Prof, 
of Latin, Greek, and Mathematics. 
* Mr. Martin F. Morris, S. J., Profes- 
sor of Latin, Greek, and Mathematics. 

Mr, Edward Hand, S. J., Professor 
of Latin, Greek, and Mathematics. 

Mr. Edward Henehy, S. J., Prof of 
English and Preach.. 

Mr. Samuel R. Leland, Professor 
of Music. 

Peter B. Mignault, Esq., M. D., At- 
tending Physician. 

.Number of students, 60- 

Comer's Commercial College, Boston. 

Founded 1840. George N. Corner, 
Oliver E Linton, Principals. 

Conway Academy. 

Incorporated 1853. G. B. Manlev, 

Principal. 

Day's Academy, Wrentham. 

Incorporated 1806. Geo. B. Cor- 
gile, Teacher. 

DeEREIELO A.CA^EMY, DeOI-TELD. 

Incorporated 1797. "Virgil M. How- 
ard, A. B., Principal. 

Derby Academy, Hingham. 

Incorporated 1 784. James M. Gas- 
seiv, Principal. 

Digkton Academy, Diokton. 

Established 1806. Geo. E. Burgess, 
Principal. 

Druki Academy, North Adams. 

Incorporated 1841. Fraaacis Sbep- 
heid, Teacher. 

Dckes Co. Academy, West Tisbury. 

Incorporated 1833. Bartletfc Ala,- 
hew, A. B., Teacher. 

Di'mm&r Academy, Newbury. 
Established 1763. Incorporated 
1 761'. Marshall Henshaw, Principal. 



East Beidgewater Academy, East 
Bridgewater. 

Established 1817. Incorporated 
1837. Win. Allen, Teacher. 

Egekmoxt Academy, Egremont. 

Incorporated 1832. H. S. Goodale, 

Teacher. 

Friends Academy, New Bedeord. 

Incorporated 181:?. T. Prentiss 
Allen, Edward A. 11. Allen, Princi- 
pals. 



Greentyood Seminary, So. Reading. 
"Winsor B. Waitt, Principal. 

Hanover Academy, Hanover. 
Charles A. Reed, Principal. 

Harvard College, Cambridge. 
Founded 1G38. 
Corporation. 
President, James Walker, D. D., 
LL. D. 

Fellows. — Lemuel Shaw, LL. D.; 
George Hayward, M. D. ; John A. 
Lowell, LL. I).; Geo. Putnam, D J).; 
E. Rockwoocl Hoar, A. M. 

Treasurer. — A. A.Lawrence, A.M. 

Overseers. 

By Tenure of OJ'us. 

The Governor of the Common- 
wealth. 

The Lieutcnant-Govcrnor- 

Tae President of the Senate. 

The Speaker of the House of Rep- 
resentatives. 

The Secretary of the Board of Edu- 
cation. 

The President of the University. 

The Treasurer of the University. 

By Election. 

Rev. George W. Blagden, D. IX. 
Hon. Reub\n A. Chapman, A.M., 
Hon. John H. Clifford, LL. IX, 
Rev. Nathaniel Cogswell, A. M., to 

1859. 

Hon. George Tvlorey, A.M., 
Hon. Joel Havden, 
Rev. Rodney' A. Miller, A.M., 
Hon. Marcus Morton, LL.I)., 
Hon. Richard S. SpoiFord, M. I)., 
Rev. Thomas Worcester, D. I)., to 

I860. 

Hon. Thomas Russell, A. B., 

Hon. Nathaniel B. Shurtleil, M. P- } 

Secretary. 

Rev. John H. Twombly, A. M., 
Hon. Emory Washburn, LL.D., 



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165 



Hon. Henry B. Wheelwright, A. M., 
to 1861; 
Hon. Joseph M. Churchill, A.M.. 
Hon. Winslow Lewis, M.D., 
Rev. Kollin H. Neale, D. D., 
Hon. Abrier J. Pfaipps, A. M., 
Hon. Jacob Sleeper, to 1862. 
Hon. Francis Bassett, A. M,, 

( ) 

Hon. William Mitchell, 

Rev. Lorenzo R. Thayer, A. M., 

Rev. John Wavland, 1). D., to 1363. 

Hon. Daniel W. Alvord, A. M. 

Rev. Baron Stow, D. D. 

Rev. The. mas B. Thayer. 

Hon. Stephen M, Weld, A.M. 

Hon. John G. Whittier, to 1864. 

The annual meeting of the Board of 
Overseers is held on the last Thursday 
in January, and by permission in ihe 
Senate chamber in Boston, and is con- 
tinued by adjournments until the busi- 
ness of the meeting is completed. 

A stated meeting of the Board is 
held on the third Thursday in June, 
and, by adjournment, on Commence- 
ment day, in Cambridge. 
Of/leers of Instruction and Government, 
".James'Waiker, D. D., LL. P., Pres- 
ident. 

James Jackson, M. D., LL. D., Pro- 
fessor of the Theory and Practice of 
Phj sic, Emeritus. 

William C. Bond, A. M., Director 
nf the Observatory. 

Joel Parker, LL. P., Roy all Pro- 
fessor of Law. 

. ( Hmey Professor 

<>f tii". Theory and Practice of Physic. 

Coiiws Francis, B. D., Pafkman 
Professor of Pulpit Eloquence and the- 
Pastoral Care. 

„ } Hollis Professor of Di- 
vinity. ^ 

Theophiius Parsons, LL. P., Dane 
Professor of Law. 

George R. Noyes, D. D., Hancock 
Professor of Hebrew and other Orien- 
tal Languages, and Dexter Lecturer on 
Biblical Literature. 

Emory Washburn, LL. P., Univer- 
sity Professor of Law. 

David Humphreys Storer, M. D., 
Professor of Obstetrics and Medical 
Jurisprudence* 

Kniile Am ou It, M. D., Instructor in 
French. 

Frederick H. Hedge, D. D., Pro- 



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he 



'■ ?sur of Ecclesiastical i 
Divinity School. 

Johra B. S. Jackson, M. D., Sliat- 
tuck ProfessW of Morbid Anatomy, and 
(Sumter of ike Anatomical Museum. 
. John Langdon Sibley, A. ~tt., Libra- 
rian. 



Louis Agassiz, LL. P., Professor of 

Zoology and G colony in the Lawrence 
Scientific School. 

Cornelius C. Felton, LL. I)., Eliot 
Prof, of Greek Literature. 

Oliver W r . Holmes, M. D.. Parkman. 
Professor of Anatomy and- Physiology. 

Benjamin Peiree, LL. D., Perkins 
Professor of Astronomy and Mathe- 
matics. 

Asa Gray, M. I)., Fisher Professor 
of Natural History. 

George Chevne Shattuck, M. P., 
Professor of Clinical Medicine. 

Francis Bo wen, A. M., Afford Pro. 
fessor of Natural Religion, Moral I 'i. i- 
losophy, and Civil Polity. 

George E. Ellis, D. D., Professor of 
Systematic Theology in the Divinity 
School. 

Joseph Lovering, A. M., Hollis Pro- 
fessor of Mathematics and Natural Phi- 
losophy, and Regent. 

Henry Warren Torrey, k.Z\\.. Mc- 
Lean Professor of Ancient and, M I- 
erri History. 

Jeffries Wyman, M.P., Hersey Pro- 
fessor of Anatomy. 

John Bacon, M. D,, University Pro- 
fessor of Chemistry in the Medical 

School. 

Henry J. Bigelow, M. P., Professor 
of Surgery. 

Henry L. Eustis, A. II, Professor 
of Engineering in the Lawrence Scien- 
tific School. 

Evangeiinus A. Sophocles, A. M., 
Tutor in Greek. 

Santiago Cancto-Beilo, LL. B., In- 
structor in Spanish. 

Eben N. HorsTbrd, A- "M- Ilumf . 
Professor, and Lecturer on the Appli- 
cation of the Sciences to the I Wful A rts. 

James Russell Lowell, A. M. Smith 
Professor of the French and Span *h 
Languages and Literatures, and Pro- 
fessor of Belles-Letires. 

Frederic P. Huntington, D. D , 
Preacher to the University^ ami Plum- 
mer Professor of Christian Morals. 

Ezra Abbot, A. M., Assistant Libra- 
rian. 

Edward Hammond Clarke, M. P., 
j Professor of Materia Medica. 

George F. Bond, A. M., Assistant 
Observer. 

Francis J. Child, P. D., BoyhU.n 
Professor of Rhetoric and Oraton/. 

George M. Lane, P. P., Unicirsiy 
Professor of Latin. 

James Jennison, A. M., Tutor ri 
Histori/ and Instructor in Elocut'w .. 



d R 



(nstr ir. 



Josiah P. Cooke, A. M.. Erring Pr 
fessor of Chemistry and Mineralogy. 



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MASSACHUSETTS REGISTER. 



George Adam Sehmrtt, Instructor in 
German. 

Luigi Monti, A. M., Instructor in 
Italian, 

John Noble, LL. B., Proctor. 

William Watson Goodwin. P. I)., 
Tutor in Greek and Latin. 

Ephraim W. Guvney, A. B., Tutor 
m Greek and Latin. 

Charfea VV. Kliot. A. M., Assistant 
Professor of Mathematics and Chem- 
istry. 

Edward Pearee, A. B., Tutor in 
Mathematics. 

James Mills Peirce. A. M., Proctor. 

Edwm Hale Abbot, A.M., Tutor in 
Latin. 

Solomon Lincoln, Tutor in Greek 
and Latin. 

Joseph Convene Hey wood, LL. B., 

Pr: ctOT. 

Francis II. Brown, A. B., Proctor. 

Levi Parsons Homer, Instructor in 
Music. 

William G. Stearns, A. M., Steward. 

Elijah F. Valentine^ Assistant Stew- 
ard and Pair cm. 

College Facuhy. 

James Walker, IX D., LL D., Pres- 
ident. Cornelius C. Felton, LL. D., 
Benjamin Peirce, LL. I)., Francis 
Bowen, A. M., Joseph Lovering, A.M , 
Henry W. Torrey, A. M., Evangeli- 
nns A. Sophodes, A. M., Francis J. 
Child, P. i>., George M. Lane, P. D., 
James Jennison, A. M., Registrar, 
J *»ah P. Cooke, A. M,, XVm. Watson 
Go iv'-li,. p. I)., Fphraim W- Gnr- 
r-v. A. P.. Charles W. Kliot, A.M., 
Edward Pearoe, A. B., Edwin PL Ab- 
bot. A. B., Solomon Lincoln, A. B. 

Parietal Comm iitee. 

James Jennison, A. M.., Chairman. 
Evan-Telinus A. Sophocles, AJVL, John 
Noble, LL. B., William Watson Good- 
win, P.D,, Charles W. Eliot, A.M., Ed- 
ward Pearce. A. B., James M. Peirce, 
A. XL, Edwin H. Abbot, A. B., Solo- 
mon Lincoln, A.B., Francis II. Brown, 
A. B. 

Divinity School 

Faculty, Jas.Walker, D.D., LL. D., 
President. Convers Francis, D. I)., 
(>ror«ie R. Noves, I). D., Frederick 
U Hed-c, D. D., George E. Ellis, 
L>:I>. 

Law School. 

Faculty, Jas.Walker, D. D., LL.D., 
Premknl. Joel Parker. LL. D.,.The- 
ophilus Parsons, LL. I)., Emory 
Washburn, LL. i). 



Lawrence Scientific School. 
Faculty, Jas. Walker, D.D., LL.D., 
President. Louis Agassiz, LL. D., 
Benj. Peirce, LL. J.)., Asa Gray, 
M.l).,Jos. Loverin.rf, A.M., Jeffries 
Wvman, M. D., Henry L. Eustis, 
A.M., Eben N. Horsford, A. M., Jo- 
siah P. Cooke, A. M. 

Astronomical Observatory. 
Faculty, James Walker, D. D.. 
LL. D., Pres. Wm. C Bond, A. M., 
Geo. P. Bond, A. M. 

Me d i c a I Se h o ol . 
Faculty, Jas.Walker, 1). D.,LL.I)., 
Pres. I). Humphreys Srorer, M. Ih. 
Dean, John B. S. Jackson, M. D., Oli- 
ver W. Holmes, M. D., Geo. C. Shat- 
tuek,M. D., John Bacon., M.D., Henry 
J. Bi-elow, M. Lh, Edward H. Clarke, 
M. 1). 

Professional Students and Resident 
Graduates, 1858-0. 



Divinity Students 
Law Students - 
Students attending Med. Lect. 
Scientific Students * - 
Resident Graduates - 



Undergraduates. 



Seniors 
Juniors 
Sophomores 
Freshmen 



Total 



23 

111 

10 7 

70 

10 

321 



114 

04 

100 



409 



730 



* Exclusive of the Resident Graduates 
and Members of the other Professional 
Schools who attend the Scientific Lec- 
tures. 

Time and Conditions of Examination. 

The examination for the Fre&bman 
Class occupies two days, and takes 
place in University Hall, on the Mon- 
day and Tuesday of the Commence- 
ment -week (the 18th and 10th of 
July, 185'.'), beginning precisely at & 
o'clock, A. M. } on Monday morning. 
Attendance on both days is required. 

The continuation of the examination 
of those who offer themselves for ad- 
vanced standing will be deferred to 
the end of the vacation. 

For the convenience of those who 
are prevented from being present at 
the regular examination, thrre will be 
another examination for the Freshman 
Class, at the commencement of the 
First Term, on Thursday and Friday, 
September 1st and 2d, 1859; attend- 



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167 



ance on both days being required. On 
the ne^t day, Saturday, September 3d, 
1859, the examination of candidates 
offered for advanced standing, includ- 
ing those offered on Commencement 
week, will be continued and concluded. 
The candidates will assemble each day 
in No. 16, University Hall, at S o'clock, 
A. M. 

An examination for admission to 
advance standing in the Freshman, 
Sophomore, and Junior Classes takes 
place on Thursday and Friday, March 
3d and 4th, 1859, at 8 o'clock. At- 
tendance on both days is required. 

Every candidate, before examina- 
tion, must produce proper testimonials 
of a good moral character, and if ad- 
mitted must give a bond for four hun- 
dred dollars to pay all charges ac- 
cruing under the laws and customs of 
the University. The bond must be 
executed by two bondsmen, who must 
be satisfactory to the Steward of the 
College, and oi.e of them must be a 
citizen of Massachusetts. 

Academical Year. 

The Academical Year is divided 
into two Terms and two Vacations. 

The First Term of the College year 
1859-60 begins at the end of the Sum- 
mer Vacation ; Thursday morning 
(September 1st, 1850). 

The Second Term of the College 
year 1858-59 begins at the end of the 
"Winter Vacation, Thursday morning 
(March 3d, 1859). 

The Summer Vacation begins im- 
mediately ait- r Coffimeneenient/f faurs- 
clay morning (•July 2 1st, 1.859), and 
continues seven weeks. 

Tne Winter Vacation begins at the 
end of the First Term, Thursday 
morning (January 20th, 1859), and 
continues six week3. 

The First .Recess begins on Tues- 
day evening before Thanksgiving, and 
ends on the Sunday evening following 
that day. 

The Second Recess begins on Tues- 
day evening (May 24th), and ends 
on the Sunday evening following. 

The Public Exhibitions take place 
on the third Tuesday of October, and 
the first Tuesday of May. 

The Dudleian Lecture is on the 
second Wednesday (11th) oi' May, 
1859. 

The Senior's Class Day is on Fri- 
day, June 24th, 1850. 

The Commencement is on the third 
Wednesday (20.-.h) or' July, an I the 
subsequent term begins Thursday 
morning, Sept. 1st, 1859. 



The annual meeting of the Associa- 
tion of the Alumni is on Commence- 
ment day, except when public cele- 
brations of the Association are held, 
when it occurs on the Thursday fol- 
lowing. 

Libraries. 

The total number of books in the 
Libraries of the University is as fol- 
lows : 

Public Library, - 
Medical " - 
Law " « 

Theological Library - " 
Phillips Astronomical Library 

about - 

Society Libraries of the Stu- 
dents, about 



- about 80.000 
" 2,000 
" 14 .000 
11,000 



1,200 



Total, about 



5,200 



123,400 



Expenses. 

The necessary expenses of an un- 
dergraduate for a year, including the 
College bills, are as follow : 
Instruction, Library, Lecture- 
room - S75.00 
Rent and Care of Room, in 

the College Buildings - 20.00 
Board for forty weeks, at $3.50 

per week ... 140 00 
Text-books (average) - - 12.00 
Special Repairs, &c. from 1 to 2 0U 



Association of the Alumni. 
Instituted 1810. 

Robert C. Wihthrop, Prvsufent. 

Chas. F. Adams, Oliver \V. Holmes, 
Vice Presidents. 

J. Thomas Stevenson, E. Roekwood 
Hoar, George P. Snug^r. John J. 
Clarke, Seth Sweetser, and KbeiitrZcr 
Torre v, L~)irec!ors. 

Nathaniel 13. Shurtleff, Secretary. 

A student in the last term of the se- 
| nior year, and any person who has 
J received the degree of Bachelor or 
Muster of Arts, or Doctor ol Ltws or 
Divinity, at the College, can become 
a member, or: the payment of one dol- 
lar, by signing the Constitution. 

HistsdaXe Academy, Hinsdale. 

Incorporated IS IS. II. H. Weils. 
A. M., Teacher. 

Hitchcock Free Grammar School, 
Buimfield. 

Incorporated 1855. 
Scott, Principal, 



Joseph G. 



168 



MASSACHUSETTS EEGISTER. 



II0LL13 Institute, South Bbaintbee. 
Incorporated 1851. E. P. Andrews, 
Teacher. 

IIopeins Academy, Hadlry. 

Incorporated 1816. J. R. Dav- 
enport, I'riucipa!. 

Houghton School, Bolton. 

Established 1848. Warren T. Cope- 
laud, Principal. 

Howe School, Billerica. 

Incorporated 1852. Stephen Gil- 
man, Principal. 

Ipswich Female Seminary* 
Rev. .John P. Cowles, Mrs. Eunice 
C. Cowles, Principals. 

Lancaster Academy, Lancaster. 

Incorporated 1847. Henry C. 
Kim ball, Principal. 

Lasell Female Seminary, 
Aubcrndale. 

Incorporated 1853. G. W, Briggs 
arid Josiah Lasei , Principals, 

Lawrence Academy, Falmouth.. 

Incorporated 1835. George E. 
Clark, Principal. 

La whence Academy, Groton. 

Incorporated 1793. Amos A. Law- 
rence. President. J. S. Adams, Treas- 
umr. Joshua Green, Secretary. 

Charles Hammond, M. A.. Princi- 
pal, and lyncher in Classics. 

Samuel M. Freelarid, B.A., Teacher 
in Mathematics and Natural Philo- 
sophy. 

.Miss Phebe A. Breed, Teacher of 
Latin, Arithmetic, and English Gram- 
mar. 

S. M. Freeland, Librarian. 

John Peekman, Teacher of Pen- 
manship. 

Msss Emily E. Poor, Teacher of 
French and Drawing. 

Miaa Sarah F. Eaton, Teacher of 
1 ocal and fnsimmt titai Music. 

■1 here are three terms, of 1-1 weeks 
eaeb. 

Leicester Academy, Leicester. 

Incorporated 1784- Rev. John 3STel- 
*on, D. IV. President. Hon. Stephen 
Salisbury, Vice President. Joseph xV. 
Denny, Treasurer. A. II. Washburn, 
Secretary, 

Alvalt A. Washburn, U. A., Prin- 
cipal. 



Mrs. Alary A. Bulla rd, Preceptress. 

Mr. Amos Whiting, Teacher of 
Music. 

Mr. Gardner Hall, Teacher of Pen- 
manship. 

There are three terms of fourteen 
weeks each. The fall term com- 
mences on the next before the last 
Thursday of August ; the winter term 
on the second Thursday of December ; 
and the spring and summer term on 
the Thursday nearest the 1st day of 
April. 

Tuition, for the common English 
brandies. S5 ; for the higher English 
branches, $6 ; and for the languages, 
$7 per term. 

Lenox Academy, Lenox. 

Incorporated 1303. E> K. Alden, 
President. Henry W. Tatt, Treasurer. 
William S. Tucker, Clerk. 

Marblekead Academy, Maebiehead. 

Incorporated 1796. Benjamin G. 
Brown, Principal. 

Merrimac Academy, Geoyeland. 

Incorporated 1822. Amos J. San- 
ders, A. B., Teacher. 

Milton Academy, Milton. 

Incorporated 1798. Edwin Ciapp, 
Teacher. 

Monson Academy, Monson. 

Incorporated 180 L 
Trustees of Monson Academy. 
Rev. Alfred Ely, D.D., President: 
Timothy Packard, Esq., Reuben A. 
Chapman, Esq., Joseph L. Reynolds, 
Esq., Horatio Lyon, Esq., Rev. Abra- 
ham Marsh. Rev. Chas, B. Kittredge, 
Rev. Jason Morse, William N. F-lynt, 
Esq., Rev. Joseph Vaille, D.D., Albert 
Noreross, Esq., Rev. John W. Hard- 
ing. Sam'i M. Lane. Esq.. Rev. Theron 
G, Colton, Chas. Merriam, Esq. 

Instructors. 

Rev. James Tufts, M.A., Principal ; 
Teacher in the Classical Department. 

Mr. William A. Haselton, A. B., 
Teacher in the English Male Depart- 
ment. 

Miss Sarah Beebe, Teacher in the 
Female Department. 

Miss Mary E. Tufts, Teacher of 
Trench. 

Miss Sarah Burt, Teacher of Music. 

'Miss Lucy A. Brighaui, Teacher of 
Drawing and Painting. 

Mr. Oliver G. Holt, Teacher of Pen- 
manship and Bookkeeping. 



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169 



Moss Hill Seminary, West Roxbcry. 

For Young Ladies. John York, 
Principal. 

Mr. Hollis Seminary, LTolllston. 

Incorporated 1852. Laiah II. 
Nutting, Principal, 

5It. Holyoke Female Seminary, 
South Hadley. 

Incorporated 1836. Miss Mary W. 
Chapin, Principal. 

Mx. Pleasant Institute, Amherst. 

For Bojs. II. C. Nash, A. M., 

Principal. 

Myrickyille Academy, Taunton, 

Incorporated 1353. J. W. Spauld- 
ing, Principal. 

Mystic Hall Seminary, 
West Medford. 

For young Ladies. Instituted 1854. 
Mrs. Thomas P. Saiith, Principal, as- 
sisted by ten other teachers of the 
first ability. 

The course of training at this popu- 
lar Home Institution comprises four 
departments: The Physical, the Moral, 
the -Mental, and the Graceful. 

Young Ladies are admitted at any 
time when there are vacancies, ac- 
cording to the conditions iu the Cata- 
logue. 

Horseback riding and salt wafer 
bathing ar.ea.ids to health at this Sera- 

The year is divided into two terms 
of twenty weeks each, which are" sub- 
divided into two quarters. The first 
term commences Feb. S, the second 
Sept. 3. 

West Medford is but five miles from 
Los ton. 

New Salem Academy. 

Incorporated 1795. Jos. A. Shaw, 
Principal. Thomas D. Ellis, Assis-* 

taut. 

Newton Theological Institute, 

Newton Centre. 

.Incorporated 1826. 

Rev. Bares Soaw, D.D., President 
of Trust- e.% 

lie v. George W, Bosworth, Seci'e- 
lanj. 

Gardner CoLbv, Treasurer. 

Rev. Henry J. fcpfey, D.D., Associ- 
ate Professor of Biblical Literature. 

Rev. Horatio!}. Haekett, D.D.,Pro~ 



feasor of Biblical Literature and Inter- 
pretation. 

Rev. Alvah Ffovey, D.D., Professor 
of Christian Theology. 

Nichols Academy, Dudley. 

Incorporated 1819. Munroe Nich- 
ols, Principal. 

Northampton Collegiate Institute. 
Lewis J. Dudley, Principal. 

Oread Institute, Worcester. 

Incorporated 1851. For Young La- 
dies. Miss II. P. Dod'je. Principal. 

•II. W. C'arstens, Teacher of lan- 
guages. 

D. B. Allen, Instrumental Music. 

A. F. Allen, Vocal Music. 

Miss E. A. Graves, Drawing and 
Painting. 

Miss Marey Foster, English. 

Alts. M. S. Datable, Matron. 

Partridge Academy, Dux bury. 

Incorporated 1829. Rev. Josiah 
Moore, Principal. 

Peirce Academy, Middleborough. 

Founded 180S. Incorporated 1 835. 

John W. P. Jenks, A. M., Principal 

Charles C. Burnett. A. M., Class- 
ical Instructor. 

John M, Manning, A. M., Instructor 
in German, and Mathematics. 

Albert G. Pickens, Instructor on ih 
Piano-Forte. 

Levi P. Thatcher, Instructor in Vo- 
cal Music. 

Miss M. Rowena Stevens, Precep- 
tress and Teacher in French and Draw- 
ing. 

Mrs. M. M. Burnett, Instructress in 
Oil Painting and Embroidery. 

Pepperell Academy, Peepeuelx. 

Incorporated 1841. J. S. N. Howe, 
of Pepperell, Secretary. Charles Cros- 
by, Esq., of Pepperell, Treasurer. 
' II. T. Wheeler, Principal. 

Phillips Academy, A.vdovkh. 

Incorporated 1780. Hon. Win. J. 
Hubbard, President Kev. John L. 
Taylor, Treasurer. 

Sam 'I II- Taylor, L.L. D., Principal 

James S. Eaton, A. M., 'Teacher in 
the English Department. 

Joseph Kimball, A. B., Associate 
Teacher in the English Department. 

Nathan I). Wells, A. li, and John 



170 



MASSACHUSETTS REGISTER. 



F. Aiken, A. B., Teachers of Latin 
and Greek. 

Professor Wm. liussel!, Teacher of 
Elocution. 

Tiiere are three terms during the 
rear, the first beginning five weeks af- 
ter the last Wednesday in Jul v. 

Tuition in the Classical Department 
is SS per term, which is remitted to 
indigent students ; in the English De- 
partment it is S7 in the Autumn term, 
and SS each in the Summer and Win- 
ter terms. 

Pine Giioye Semtnaby, Harwich:. 

Incorporated 1846. Sidney Brooks, 
Teacher. 



Plymbtox Academy, Plymfton. 
Henry A. Goodhue, Principal. 

Powers Institute, Beknardston. 
L. F. Ward, A.M., Principal. 

Psospect Hill Gymnasium, Plympton. 
E, W. Dlekerson, Principal 

PtTNCHABD Ff.EE SCHOOL, AnDOYEB. 

Incorporated 1851. SamuelFnller, 
I> D., President. Moses Foster, Jr., 



Sheldon English and Classical 
School, Southampton. 
1823. II. J. 



Incorporated 

Principal. 



Boyd, 



Clerk and Treas. Wm. G. Goldsmith, 
Principal. 



Pctkam Free School, Newbtieypobt. 

Incorporated 1833. Nathaniel W. 

Metcalf, A. M., Principal. 

Rtyeeside Institute, Newton, 

Incorporated 1854. F. A. Hildreth, 
J. C. V, oodbridge, Principals. 

Rochesteb Academy, Rochester. 
Rene! B. Clarke, Principal 

Saxdebsox Academy, Ash field. 

Incorporated 1821. B. E. Smith, 
Principal. 

Sandwich Academy, Saxdwich. 

Incorporated 1804. S. S. Sanborn, 
Principal, 

Sheffield Academy, Sheffield. 

> Incorporated 1640. Benj. F. Phil- 
lips, Principal. 

SiixLBCRNB Falls Academy. 

Incorporated 1 847. E. J. Avery, A. 
M., Teacher. 



South Bebslshibe Institute, New 
Maexboeo'. 

Incorporated 1856. John A. Meln- 
tosh, Principal. 

Topsfield Academy, Topsfield. 

Incorporated 18-28. A. L. Dutton, 
A.B., Principal; Mrs. M. A.- Jones, 
Preceptress ; Prof. B. B. Downes, Jr., 
Teacher of Music. 

TauKO Academy, Teubo. 

Incorporated 1841, Oren K. Gross, 
Teacher. 

Tufts College. 

Medford. Incorporated 185*2. Rev. 
Thcs. Whittemore, Pres. Kev. A. A. 
Miner, of Boston, Secretary. Thos. 
A. Goddard, of Berlin, Treasurer. 

Eev. Rosea Ballon, 2d, D. D., Presi- 
dent of the Faculty, Professor of His- 
tory and of Intellectual Philosophy. 

Alpheus A. Keen, A.M., Professor 
of ll/: Ancient Languages and of Class- 
ical Literature. 

John P. Marshall, A. M., Professor 
of Mathematics and of Physical Sci- 
ence. 

Benj. F. Tweed, A. M., Prof of 
Rhetoric, Logic, and English Litera- 
ture. 

Jerome. Schneider, Ph. D., instruct- 
or in Ancient and Modern Lanyua^-j. 

The Academical Year is divided 
into Two Terms. The First Term of 
the Academical Year begins six weeks 
after the 2d Wednesday of July, and 
ends on the 2d Wednesday of January. 
The Second Term begins six weeks 
after the 2d Wednesday of January, 
and ends on the 2d Wednesday of 
July. 

The Public Commencement is held 
on the 2d Wednesday of July. 

Expexsks. — Tuition, $35 a year. 
Boom-rent, from Sic* to $15 a year. 
Use of Library, SI a year. Board, 
not including washing and fuel, 52 a 
week. Students, who choose, board 
themselves. 

Wadswoeth Academy, Sudbuey. 
Miss S. J. Ilolden, Preceptress. 

Waep.en Academy, Wobukn. 

Incorporated 1830. John J. Ladd, 
A. M., Principal. 



Westfield Academy. 
Incorporated 1.793. 

Joseph B. Holland, M. A.. Principal 

H. E. Daniels, B. A., Marcus P. 
KftOwlton, Assistants. 

Rebecca P. Boise, Teacher of the 
Female Department. 

Mar-jaret A. Gleason, Teacher of 
Instrumental Music. 

Weslfyan Academy, (North) Wil- 
b rah am. 

Incorporated 1824. Rev. Edward 
Otheman, A. M., of Chelsea, Presi- 
dent; John M. Merrick, Wilbraham, 
Treas. Harrison Newhall, of Lynn, 
Secretary. 

Annual Meeting, Tuesday next pre- 
ceding last Wednesday in June. 

Faculty. 
Rev. Miner Raymond, D. D., Princi- 
pal, and Teacher of Mental and Moral 
Science. 

■ Oliver Marey, A. M., Teacher of 
Natural Science. 



COLLEGES, ACADEMIES, ETC. ' 171 

Wheaton Female Seminary, Norton'. 



Incorporated, 1837. Mrs. Caroline 
C. Metealf, Principal. 

Williams Academy, Stoctybridge. 

Incorporated 1823. Daniel Kim- 
ball, Mia* Catharine Woodberry, Prin- 
cipal. 



"Williams College, Williamstown. 

Incorporated 1793. 
Rev. Mark Hopkins, D. I)., LL. I)., 

President, and Professor of 3 for al and 
Intellectual Philosophy. 

Ehenezer Emmons, A. M., M. I)., 
Professor of Natural History and Geo- 
lo 9h'- 

Albert Hopkins, A. M., Professor of 
Natural Philosophy and Astronomy. 

John L. T. Phillips, A. M., Laicrence 
Prof, of the Greek Language aitd Liter- 
ature. 

Rev. John Tatlock, LL. D., Profes- 
sor of Mathematics. 

John Bascom, Professor of Phetoric. 

Rev. Isaac N. Lincoln, A. M., Pro- 
fessor of Latin and French. 

Paul A. Chadbourne, A. M., Pro- 
fessor of Botany. 

^Thomas E. Clark, Ph.D., Professor 
of Chemistry. 

Arthur L. Perry, A. M., Professor 
of History, Political Economy, and the 
German Language. 



of Greek. 

Emerson Warner, A. B., Teacher of 
Latin. 

Nathaniel Fellows, A. B., Teacher of 
Mathematics. 

Ruby Warfield, Preceptress, and 
Teacher of Drawing and Painting. 

Elizabeth Mouiton, Teacher of 
French and German. 

Miranda L. Chapin, Teacher of 
Mus/c. 

Win. M. Merrick, Teacher of Pen- 
manship. 

John M. Merrick, Steward. 

Westeord Academy, Westford. 

Incorporated 1793. John D. Long, 
Principal. 

Misses H. B. Roger-, A. M. Hale, 
Assistants. 

Westminster Academy, West- 
minster. 

Incorporated 1847. Albert S. In- 
galls, Principal. 

"West Newton English and Classical 
School, West Newton. 

Incorporated, 1855. Nathaniel T. 

Allen, Principal. 

West Town-send Female Seminary. 
Incorporated 1839. 



WlLLiSTGN SEMINARY, E. 



ISTllAMi'-TC X. 



Mrs. Sarah II. Brown, Principal. | phy t and History. 



Incorporated 1841. Hon. Samuel 
Willistori, President ; Eii A. Hubbard, 
Treasurer. Rev. Rcllin S. Srone, Sec. 

Josiah Clark, M. A., Principal 
and Teacher of Latin and Gn ■ 

Eli A. Hubbard, M. A., Teacher 
of Mathematics and Natural Philoso- 
phy. 

Edward Hitchcock, Jr., M. A., M. IX. 
Teacher of Chemistry and Natural 
History. 

Richard II. Mather, B. A., Teacher 
of Latin and. Greek. 

Geo. D. Pepper, B. A., Teacher of 
Mathematics. 

Homer Barton, B. A., Teacher of 
English. Grammar and Latin. 

Mon*. Louis Tribus, Teacher of 
French, Spanish, and German. 

E. S. Hoadley, Teacher of Music. 

Alfred L. Strong, Teacher of Pen- 
manship. 

Miss Elizabeth B. Hinckley, Precep- 
I tress, and Teacher of French, Geoyra- 



1T2 MASSACHUSETTS REGISTER. 

Worcester Academy, Worcester, j Young Ladies' Institute, Pittsiteld. 

W. S. Greene, A. ML, and W. Rev- , , , , ft , « r , Tr 

nolds A M Princlrall Incorporated 1849. Rev. C. V. 

Spear and iiev. James K. isoyu, rYm- 
Yabmouth Academy, So. Yarmouth. cip&U, 
Incorporated 1S43. I 

NEW ENGLAND SCHOOL OF DESIGN FOR WOMEN. 

Savings Bank Building, 12 Temple place, Boston. Incorporated, 1853. 
Henry Lee, Jr., Treasurer; Martin Brimmer, Secretary. 
Martin Brimmer, Samuel G. Ward, Robert M. Mason, Directors. 
Number of students January 1st, 1859, 26. 
S. Salisbury Tuckerman, Principal. 



THE PERKINS INSTITUTION, AND MASS. ASYLUM 

FOR THE BLIND, 

Instituted, 1831. Located at South Boston. 
I 

Depository and Office, 20 Bromfeld Street. 

Edward Brooks, President. Stephen Fairbanks, Vice President. Thomas 
B. Wale--, Jr., Treasurer. Samuel G. Howe, M. D , Director and Secretary. 

Thomas G. Carv, Theophilus P. Chandler, George B. Emerson, Joseph 
Lyman. Samuel May, Wm. Perkins, Geo. R. Russell, James Sturgis, Trustees 
in behalf of the Corporation. 

The Board of Visitors, consisting of the Governor, Lieut. Governor,' Presi- 
dent of the Senate, Speaker of the House, &c, have appointed Stephen Fair- 
banks, Benj. S. Rotch, Julius A. Palmer, and Wm. D. Tieknor, of Boston, 
Trustees in behalf of the State. 

TERMS OF ADMISSION. 

Young blind persons, of good moral character, can be admitted to the 
school by paying $200 per annum. This sum covers all expenses, except for 
clothing ; namely, board, washing, medicines, the use of books, musical instru- 
ments &e. The pupils must furnish their own clothing, and pay their own 
fares to and from the Institution. 

There i? a vacation in the Spring, and another in the Autumn. The friends 
ot the papiis can visit them whenever they choose. 

Indigent "'blind persons,, of suitable age and character, belonging to Massa- 
chusetts, can be admitted gratuitously, by application to the Governor for a 
"warrant. 

MASSACHUSETTS SCHOOL FOR IDIOTIC AND 

FEEBLE-MINDED YOUTH, 

Eighth, between M and N Streets, South Boston. 

Samuel G. Howe, Pre*.; Emory Washburn, Vice Pre*. ; Stephen Fair- 
banks, Treas. ; E iward Jarvis, Sec. ; John A. Andrew, Samuel G. Howe, 
William Minot, Win. 0. Moselcy, Robert B. Storer, Joseph Lyman, of Bos- 
ton, Edward' Jarvis, of Dorchester, and Emory Washburn, of Cambridge, 
Trustees appointed by the Corporation. Stephen M. Weld, Jamaica Plain ; 
John Flint and Geo. Russell, Boston; Nathan Alien, Lowell, appointed by the 
Governor and Council. 

• STATE REFORM SCHOOL FOR BOYS. 

Westboro'. Established, 1S48. Henry W. Cushman, o\" Bernardston ; 
Parley Hammond, of Worcester; John A. Fayerweather, of Westboro' ; 
Simon Brown, of Concord ; Thomas A. Greene, of New Bedford; Josiah II. 
Temple, of Framingham, Judson S. Brown, of Fitchburg, Trustees. Parley 
Hammond, of Worcester, Treasurer. Wm. E. Starr, Superintendent. Orviile 
K. Hutchinson, Assistant Supt. Rev. Win. T. Sleeper, Chaplain. Henry H. 
Rising, Physician. T. Frederick Rxigham, Steward. 



COLLEGES, ACADEMIES, ETC. 



ITS 



STATE-INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, 



Lancaster. Established, 1855. Francis B. Fay., of Chelsea; Chas. Banker, 
r.{ Roxbury; Jtuies Deane, of Greenfield; Daniel Denny, of Dorchester: 
.] v\y> Fisher, of Lancaster; William R. Lawrence, of Boston ; Thomas Tucker, 
of Worcester, Trztstees. Francis B. Fay, Treasurer. William II. Lawrence, 
StcvutfiTit. 

Bradford K. Peirce, Superintendent and Chaplain. A. E. Bay n ton, Farmer. 
J. L. S. Thompson, M. D., Physician. Mrs. L. P. Cudworth, Mrs. Mary M. 
Willard, Mrs. A. E. Brownlee, Miss C. A. Hatch, Matrons. 

The intention of this Institution is to secure a home and a school for such 
mrls as may be presented to the magistrates of the State appointed for that pur 
pose, as vagrants, perversely obstinate, deprived of the control and culture of 
their natural guardians, or guilty of petty offences and exposed to a life of crime 
Ami wretchedness. 

Jan. 1, 1859, number in the Institution, 99. 

The Judges of Probate throughout the State are authorized to determine ap- 
plieations for admission, and the following persons have also been appointed as 
Commissioners on Admission for the towns in which they reside : — 



Joseph A. Denny, Leicester, 
JL.ulh.ef Hatch, Marshheid. 
James Ford, Fall River, 
Lewi-: E. Caswell, Boston, 
John IL Wilkins, " 
Wa. Wiliett, " 

Frank B. Fay, Chelsea, 
Benj. C Perkins, South Banvers, 
George Andrews, Salem, 
Wm. W. Blodgeit, Pawtueket, 
Chas. H. Merriam, Leominster, 
Benj. F. WMite, Weymouth, 
John S. L. Thompson, Lancaster, 



Thorley Colics ter, Gardner, 
Luther Hill, Spencer, 
Stephen W v Marston, Newbury port, 
Loring Wheeler, Newton, 
Franklin Dickinson, Belehertown, 
Geo. Doane Porter, Mediord, 
Charles Robinson, Jr., Charlestown, 
Thornton K. Ware, Fiichturg, 
Elijah C. Shattuck, Berlin, 
Dwi^ht Hyde, Brookneld, 
Abel F. Hutchinson, South Reading 
Benj. G. Hill, Maiden, 
Wm. Taggart, Haverhill. 



FLUMMBR TAJiM SCHOOL OP REFORM FOR BOYS. 

Miss Caroline Plummer, of Salem, who died in May, 1854, made a liberal 
request of about $25,000, for. the purpose of founding a Boys' Reform School 
for the city of Salem, on a plan similar to that of the " State Reform School for 
Boys, at WesfhoroV 

Trustees appointed by the Mayor and Aldermen of the city of Salem: Daniel 
A.White, William S- Messervy, of Salem; William I. Bowditch, of Boston; 
Joseph Andrews, Wm. Lb 'Waters, David Nichols, Geo. Andre wo, James Ivim. 
ball, Eieazer Austin, and William Chase. 

The Board of Trustees were incorporated, by the Legislature May 21, 1855 ; 
and, on the 26th November, 1855, they met and organized by choice of Daniel 
A. White, Chainnan: George Andrews. Secretary; George Andrew?, Treas- 
urer; William I. Bowditch, Joseph Andrews, Eieazer Austin, Executive Com- 
mitter;, 

No farther action has yet been had toward establishing toe .school, but the 
funds have been invested till such time as they shall have increased to a sum 
■*'j'H dent tor the purpose. 



INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. 

Centre street, Dorchester, near. the Dorchester Horse Railroad, Mrs. J. 
i ; >.'-r:'oH Bowditch. of Boston, President; Mrs. P. C. Brooks, of Boston, Vice- 
President; Mrs. S. Parkman, of Boston, Secretary. 



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MASSACHUSETTS REGISTER. 



TEACHERS OP HIGH SCHOOLS. 

AbekeviatiOxs. — S. M., Sub Master? U., Uaher. 




Towxs. 



Teacueks. 



Abiriglon,...] Augustus E. Scott,.. 

E.. George Dwelley,.... 

" N.JJohri Ford... 

Adams, So.,.. Benton W. Cole, 

B.irre Thomas G. Grassie,. . 

Beverly, ....■John II. Baker, 

Bolton,'. • - - . ' Warren T. Copeland, 

Boston^* : 

Latini, Boys), Francis Gardner,.... 
Charles J. Capen, u., 
Wrri. R.Diramock, u., 

E. A. Gibbons, u 

• Geo. W. C. Noble, u., 

jWm.N. Eayrs, u.,.. 

; Moses Merrill, u.,... 

I 'Thomas Sherwin, ... 

; C. M. Cumston, s. m., 

:L. W. Anderson, s. M«, 

jEphraim Hunt, ir.,.. 

Charles Carroll, v.,.. 

j William H.Seavey,,. 

.IB. O. Whirtemore.. : . 

J Jonathan Freueh,.. . 

Bridgewater, Frederic Crafts f • •■ 

Brighton John Jtiuggk 



Eh?. High 
(Boys'), 



Girls'H.&N 

Brain tree,. « 



Brook line, .. 
Cambridge,.. 

CharTestown 

Chelsea, .... 
.Chicopee..-*-. 



John E. liorr, ...... 

i'L. R. Wiliiston, .... 

W. F. Bradbury ,s. m.. 

A.M.Gay,.... 

'C. E. Stetson, s. M — 
...iOzias C. Pitkin...... 

„ ..'George D. Robinson,. 
Chicopee F.,jH. A. Buddington,*-. 
Clinton, ... 
Concord,.. 
Da;, vers,., 
Dartmouil 
Dedham,.. 
Deerfield,. 
Dorehestei 



Fitehhurg, 
Frainin^hs 

Georgetow 
Gloucester, 
Greer, held, 
Haverhill, - 
HolHston,.. 



.JJ.S. Phillips,... 

..'Charles Alien,.... 
..Nathaniel Hills,... 
( . | Daniel L. Hurd, . . 

. .^Carlos Slafter, 

..Virgil M. Howard, 
. .'Jonathan Kimball,. .1 
(Nathaniel G.Bonney,! 

... Charles P. Ru<*g I 

. . Charles B. Golf; j 

...Hanson L. Read,....) 

m < — Kilburn, ; 

..iH.M.Sabin, 

h \ —Parker,.,....! 

..'Leonard Z. Ferris,..) 
..A. W. Sprague,*.... 
.J Joseph A. Shores,...! 
. jDr.Isaiah FI. Nutting,! 



Holyoke,... 
Hop.kinton, 
Ipswich, .. . 
Lawrence,.. 
Lee......... 

Leominster, 
Lexington,. 
Lowell 



Lynn, 



.(Joseph Buckland,... 
.[John W. Allard^.... 
Jlssachar Lefavcur,...! 
J William J. Rolfe,....j 
. jEphraim Flint, Jr.,- - 1 
..jHalsey J. Boardmau, 
.Emery W r . Lane,....' 
. C. C.Chase, Prin..,.J 
lL.W.Hixou, Sub.P.,\ 
|J.S. Russell, Assist.,\ 

J. J. Colton, do., 

iC. H. Farnsworth/fo.J 
. | Henry Luminis, | 



$600] Maiden, (Joseph H. Ndyes.... 

600i Manchester,. George M. G.ice,... . ! 

600 jMarblehead,.| James B. Batcheller,! 

600;(MsrlboroughjObadiah W. Albee,.. 

8Q0j Medford,.... Charles Cummings,.. ! 

700'iMedwa?,...." -I 

500i Milford ;C. I. Draper 

lfMillbury,....(H. E. Rockwell, .... 

2,8p0j|Nantucket,...|B. F. Morrison, ; 

\/><ir JTatick, iAbner Rice, j 

1,500: iN\ Bedford, .jjohn F. Emerson,... 
1,400! J.J. Tucker, S; m.,. . 

1,2001 Newbury port 

1,200 i| Brown H. ;Levi W. Stanton 

L200jj (Soys'), JjJohnOrne.Jr., Assist.) 
2,800 j Girls'High, William C. Todd, . . . j 
2,000i!Newton, ....(Valorus H. Dean, ..! 
1,600 !! Newton, W.J William E. Sheldon,.: 
l,600:!Northampton(Jonathan S. Marshall! 
l,200j|N. Brookfield'O. W. Whitaker,... . ' 
2,800; Oxford, jJohn E. Kimball,... 

750 | Palmer, .. . JGeorge C. Lanrion,..! 
[jPawtucket,.. | William E. Tolman,.| 

! Pittsfield, .. JS. J. Sawyer, I 

1,200 Plymouth, . . ! Admiral P. Stone, . . . | 

1,800, jQuincy, | 

1,650! (Randolph, ..A. A. Leavitt, I 

l,200 : :Reaaing ; ....!?biiip C. Porter,....; 

LSooif&° xbtlr y» ■••I 

1 2no|J Latin, ....(Augustus H. Buck,..! 
I'eOOi'i jWra. C. Collar, s. M.J 

'gQQij English ?|S... M.Weston, ....... 

700 1 (Boys'}, \ jG. H. Gorely, s. m.,..i 

900 1 Girls' High! Robert Biekford. ....! 

gQOijSalem, (Jacob Bachelder, , . . . | 

i 000H Gordon Bartlett, u.,. | 

j (Salisbury,. .. J. L. Cilley, | 

1 200i:'^° irierv ^' e » 'K'- ^ k Seals,. ........ j 

'oQfy Southbridge, jHenrv T. Dame,... J 
1 son! ?• Dx-m'vers,..fC. L.'Cushmah, I 

~' '.'■-■ ': h: '',:•-/ - ¥ T »& KKM '■ -or, J 

l t $ m S.Wil&ralwi&lWesley Squire j 

i['9:j,i Spencer, .. .. i Wm. M. Cuinmings, 

l'000 [Springfield,..) Ariel Parish, ...j 

'gny!JStorieham,...iDana I. JoeeTyn,.... 
gOQ (Taunton, ...j William E. Fuller, .J 
g00 Tern pleton,, . j Hosea F. Lan e, .... J 
gQOijUxbridge, ..! Joseph H. Cjtark,. 
800 " 



Wlv 



1,000 

9 DO 

750 

800 

800 
1,200 
l,100|i.; 

son 

C!,!(l 



Waltham.... (Leonard P. irost,.. 

Ware, ...... 'George Grosvenor,. 

Watertovvn, .William "Webster,.. . 



H.Dili,. 



l,20i 
1,00! 
1,00( 
1,00( 
1 20( 



N T elson F 

Wellfleet [Nathanic 

Westborough {Silas C. Stone,......! 

W. Boylston, Chas. W. Holbrook,..! 

Wes-tfield, ..A. B. Clapp 

W. Roxbury, Daniel B. Hagar • 

Weymouth,. J K.M.Morse, Jr.,s.M.J 

William K. Fletcher,! 

Thomas Emerson,.. . 

William A. Stone,... 

j Homer B. Sprague,.. 

P.W.Calkins,£«5r.I>.j 

j Horace Graves, >. 

1 1 



'St( 



Wi 

Woburn,.. 

Worcester. 



Sdlirien. 

"Xdoo 

550 

700 

800 

1,000 

1 .000 

700 
1,200 
1,000 
1,500 

950 

1,100 

1,100 

1,000 

1,000 

1,000 

1,000 

600 

4S0 

1,000 

1,000 

1,000 

1,000 

7-50 

700 

1,800 

1,800 

1,600 

1,600 
1,000 

1,200 
600 

1.000 
'800 
,300 
•57o 

1,500 
800 

1,200 
700 
700 

1,000 

soo 

1,230 
500 

700 

soo 

2.000 

800 

900 

900 

1,200 

1,300 

1,200 

500 



« For the rate of salaries in the Boston High Schools, see page 176. 
t Acaiemy supplies place of High School. 



175 



TEACHERS OF GRAMMAR SCHOOLS. 



ifcbington (North), 

John Ford. 
Abington (South), 

William E. Jewell. 
Amesbury, 

James C. Mills, 
James H. Davis, 
Jonathan Pressy. 
Beverly, 

Francis M. Dodge, 
Joseph G. Dod^e, 
Chas. W. Johnson. 
Bolton, 

Warren T. Copeland. 
Boston, 

George Allen, Jr. 
John P. Averill, 
Samuel Barrett, 
Pereival W. Bartlett, 
Joshua Bates, 
Daniel C. Brown, 
Samuel L. Gould, 
Joseph Hale, 
James Hovev, 
George B. Hyde, 
Charles Kimball, 
Hosea H. Lincoln, 
Samuel W , Mason, 
James A. Page, 
Josi-ah A. Stearns, 
Reuben Swan, Jr., 
Robert Swan, 
Samuel Swan, 
Charles E. Valentine. 
Wm. T.Adams, s. m. 
Jas. F. Blackinton, " 
MeL'rin F. Cooke, " 
Amphion Gates, " 
Henry C. Ilardon, " 
Alfred Hewins, " 
Robert C. Metealf, «« 
Charles A. Morrill, " 
P. G. Parmenter, " 
Ben]. W. Putnam, " 
Fred'k A. Sawyer, " 
Win. B Swan; 
Charles Hutchins, il 
W. li. Ward, 
J. Frank Bailey, ush 
W. L. P. Boardman, " 
Wm. S. Clarke, 
John M. Colcord, " 
Quincy E, Dickeriuan, 
Edward Gay, " 

Lucia n Hunt, " 

Richard F.Putnam, " 
Bradford, 

Charles Pollock. 
Brighton, 

John D. Marston, 
Solomon A. Poor. 
Brimheld. 

Jos. G. Scott, 
Brookline, 

Ghas, E. Abbott, 
Samuel L. Cutter, 
David II. Daniels, 
Cambridge (Last), 
Francis Cogswell, 
• R. II. Fletcher, 
Daniel Mansfield. 
Cambridge (North),- 

John Merrill. 
Cambridgeport, 

Aaron 15. Magoun, 
Benj. W. Roberts", 
Ah ah C. Smith. 



Canton, 

J. C. Mead, 
Charlestown, 

Cornelius S. Cartee, 
Benj. F. S. Grirrin, 
Joseph B. Morse, 
William H. Sanders, 
George Swan, 
Joseph T. Swan, 
Sam'l S. Wiilson. 
Wm. Baxter, s. m. 
G. D. Bigelow " 
L. A. Darling, " 
Chatham, 

Joseph W. Cross, Jr., 
Everett Fh Eldredge, 
Chelsea, _ 

Daniel C. Linscott. 
Chicopee. 

William Valentine. 
Clinton, 

J. S. Phillips 
Cohasset, 

Wm. F. Bacon, 
Danvers, 

J. II. Boyd, 
Ebenezer Gav. Jr., 
J.H. Root," 
Dedham, 

George Newcorab, 
John O. W. Paine, 
Henry D. Stevens, 
John J. Dana, 

Jerauld. 

Dedham (West), 

Cephas Brigham, 
Dedham (South,) 

Chester H. Comey, 
(Mill Village), 

Oliver F. Bryant. 
Dorchester, 

L. H. Buckingham, 
Leverett M. Chase, 
E. G. Emery, 
Lemuel C. Grosvenor, 
. P. Brooks Merritt, 
11 Miry C. Rolfe, 
Isaac Swan. 
Edgartown, 

George B. Mussey, 
Damon Y. Norton. 
Fairhaven, 

Aaron Porter, 
Fall River, 

William R. Gordon, 
George W. Locke, 
Albion K. Slade. 
Fitch burg, 

Charles W. Carter, 
George R. Marble, 
Levi W. Russell. 
Gloucester, 

H. A. Parmenter. 
Grafton, 

Dari'l B. Hubbard. 
Greem'iield, 

J. F. Griswold, 
D, H. Newton. 
I Harvard, 

George W. Twiss, 
Haverhill, 

John Crowel), Jr. 
Edward H. HammoiK 
Jacob B. Smith. 
Hawlev, 

Vk' E.Smith. 
J. G. Longley. 



Hincrham. 

De Witt C. Bates, 
Edmund Cottle, 
Wales B. Thayer, 
Benj. C. Vose. 
Holyoke, 

Sidney Hoiman. 
Ipswich, 

Wesley K. Bell, a 
A. M. Huntington. 
Solomon E. Kimball. 
Kingston, 

James E. Alden, 
Charles E. Brown, 
Charles T. Thompson. 
George L. Ellis, 
Thomas Gurney, 2d, 
Walter 1.1. Faunce. 
Lancaster, 

Stebbin3. 

Lawrence, 

A. B. Clarke, 
James 11. Eaton, s. rn7 
George A. Walton. 
Leicester, 

Henry W. Nichols, 
Lexington (East), 

Oliver P. Rogers. 
Lincoln, 

John B. Hanson. 
Lomr meadow, 

W. C. Goldthwait, 
Charles O.Thompson. 
Lowell, 

Perley Balch, 
Samuel Bement, 
Samuel A. Chase, 
Amos B. Heywood, 
Daniel P. Gailoup, 
Charles Morrill, 
Joseph Pcabody, 
Aaron Walker,' Jr. 
Lynn , 

John Batchelder, 
Fdi E. Boynton, 
Levi W. Crosman, 
Henry Moore, 
Timothy G. Senter, 
Maiden (South), 

Henry L. Chase. 
Marblehead, 

John Nutting* 
Elmer Valentine. 
Medfield, 

Charles Hamant, 
John N. Stevens, 
George Tisdale. 
Med ford. 

Charles Bradford, 
R-ufus Sawyer. 
Melrose, 

Edward Stickney. 
Mcthuen, 

Samuel G. Sargent. 
Milton, 

John L. Davis, 
W. S. Everett, 
Franklin Jacobs, 
G. S. Webster, 
E. Frank Wood, 
M. C. Towle, 
William H. May- 
hew. 
Nahant, 

Luther Dame. 
Nantucket, 

J. M. Bunker. 



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MASSACHUSETTS REGISTER. 






New Bedford. 

James S. Barrell, 

Wm. A. Barrell, 

Ivory S. Cornish, 

Ebcnezer llervey, 

Sylvauder Hutchinson 

Nehemiah Lincoln, Jr. 
Ncvburyport, 

Ht nry W. Chapman, 

Stephen Peabody, 
' William Reed, 

J. P. Rousseau. 
Newton (Upper Palls), 

C. M. Dinsmore. 
Newton (Corner), 

Henry Babcock. 
Newton (\"ille)«_ 

Ebenezer Woodward. 
North Brid^ewater, 

J. V. Bisbee, 

S. R. Williams. 
North Chelsea, • 

Miss Sarah S. Adams, 

Miss II. N. Copeland. 
Orleans, 

CUas. L. Harding. 
Pawtucket, 

Alvin C. Robbing. 
Petersham; 

Joseph F. Dudley. 
Plymouth, 

A. II. Cornish, 

G. P. Andrew. 
Provir.cetown, 

I. L. Putnam. 
Qu'mcy, 

Seth Dewing, Jr. 

L. P. Forbusa, 

S. Morse, Jr. 

Caleb Murdoch, 

J. W. Upton. 
Rochester, 

Noah Sherman. 
Rockport, 

Reuben B. Pool. 
Eos bury, 

John Kneelanrl, 

John P. Batuai, s. m. 

v . ; ,'••'}. :u H. Long, 



Adeline M. Seaver, 
Sarah A. M. Gushing. 

Sal em . 

Thomas H. Barnes, 
Jacob F. Brown, 
Wm. P. lUwvard, 
Silas Peabody, 
Levi P. Warren. 

Salisbury, 

Streeter Evans, 
Perkins Merrill, 

Shelburne, 

Pliny piske. 

Sh.utes.bury, 

N. E. Holland. 

Somerset, 

Willi am Gardner, 
Georse A. liowland. 
Elisba Orris. 

Somerville, 

John Jameson, 
Orrin S. Kriapp, 
George T. Littlefield, 

D. B. Wheeler. 
South Dan vers, 

George F. Barnes, 
Leonard P. Brickett, 
George Dutton, 
Charles B. Warner. 

South Had ley, 

James P. Lane, 
George Brooks (Falls), 

South Reading, 

E. Bracket. 
Southwick, 

Elbert 0. Noble, 
Springfield, 

Charles Barrows, 

E. F. Foster, 
James K. Lombard, 
J. DwightStratton. 

Stoughton, 

J. M.Drake, 

F. C. Smith (Centre). 
Frederick Capen, 
Elmer H. Capen, 
Massena B. Hawes, 
Brdw a. 



Swamp scot i, 

W. H. Merritt. 
Swanzey, 

Edward F. Gardner, 

Job Gardner, Jr. 
Taunton, 

Geo. C. Wilson, 

Elijah M. Richmond. 
Templeton, 

Geo. Heywood. 
Tisbury, 

Ad'oniram J. Grey, 

Edward Everett. 
Townsend, 

Augustine L. Howard. 
Walt ham, 

George W. Frost. 
Ware, 

George C. Fenn, 
Wareham, 

Samuel Nott. 
Watertown, 

H. Webster, 

Henry Chase, 

John Wilson. 
West Cambridge, 

A. P. Smith, 

II. A. Dearborn, 

Albert Palmer. 
West Roxbury, 

Levi Dodge. 

Andrew J. Nutter. 
Weston, 

H. P. Andrews. 
Weymouth, 

James 0. Scripture. 
Woburn, 

D. Freeman, Jr. 
Worcester, 

Harris R. Greene, 

Addison A. Hunt. 
Worcester-! New), 

D. W, Haskins. 
Yarmouth (West), 

H. Cannon. 
Yarmouth (South), 

Alfred B. Adams, 

Albeit Wood. 



JALARIES OF TEACHERS, &c. 



in Boston, the rates of salaries are, — - Secretary of the School Committee, S'SQO ; 
Superintendent of Schools, $'2,500. 

Masters. — High, Latin, and Normal, $2,400 for the -first year's service, with an 
increase of §100 for each additional year's service, till the salary amounts to §'2,890. 
Grammar, first year, $1,60Q, with an annual increase of $100, until it reaches $'2,000. 

Sub-Masters. — H'gb. and Latin, first year, $1,600, with an annual increase of $:100, 
until it reaches ,92.000. Grammar, first year, £;1,200, with an annual increase of $100, 
until it reaches §1,000. 

Ushers. — High and Latin, first year. $1,200, with an annual increase of $100, until it 
ies £L#00, Grammar, $'SQ0, with an annual increase of $100, until it reached 
$l,U0O. 

Female Assistants. — Normal, Head Assistants, £600; other Assistants, §390. 
Grammar, Head Assistants, ,>509 ; other Assistants, 5o00 for the first year, with an 
annua.! inezease of <:> ), until it reaches S 150, 

The salaries of the Primary School teachers are fixed at £300 for the first year, with 
an incr< -•■= of ,*' i I per annum, until it amounts to $450 per annum. 

The sal.u' s of the Grammar Masters in some of the other principal places are as 
follows:— Brighton, §S90; Brooklme, 51,4!)*); Cambridge, §1,200; Charlestown, 
51.30U; Dorch tef.&i.OOG; Fall River, 6*1.000 ; Lawrence, 51,100; Lowell, 5 1,000; 
Lynn;Sl,0d0; N'e>\ Bedford, §1,000; Roxbury, £1,400-; Salem, 51,000; Springfield, 
$ I i) ; Worcester, §1,10 ), In each case the highest salary is given. 



COLLEGES, ACADEMIES, ETC. 



177 



TEACHERS OF PRIVATE SCHOOLS. 



S. Hemans. 

• ;.- » [e . ikntreYilie), 

Klisba Bacon. 
1 arn s table (Hya n nts), 

; bi >dore F. Bassett. 
Bedford, 

James A. Dugan. 
Boston, 

See Boston Easiness 
Directory. 
Brookline, 

Mrs. Edra R. Fitz. 
Char'efnontj 

William Pomroy, 
Concord, 

F. B. Sanborn. 
Dennis (South), 

Alfred B. Adams. 
D nnis (West), 

George X. Munsell. 
Dennis (East), 

Persis S. Crowell. 
D irebester, 

Mis. Burrill, 

Increase S. Smith. 
Tag art own. 

~ Miss Catherine Bassett. 
Ervir-sr, 

W, D. Lymar. . 
Foxboro*, 

James L. Stone. 
Framingham, 

J. W. Brown, 

C. J. Frost. 
' mcester, 

1). M. Easton. 
Grafton, 

W. F. Wheeler. 
Gjeat Barrineton. 

James Sedgwick, 

Mrs, Martlb Allen, 

M ; >5 C. Crossmak. 
Gi : geld, 

Miss Ruth Russell, 

Misses H. & A. Stone 
Hanson, 

Thomas Gurnev, 2d. 
Hatfield (North), 

J. II. Knight, 

Miss Adeline Whiton. 
Kingston 

W T lie R. Ellis. 

■••'., r. 

.' ' t-rt Tolman, 

Alfred A. Gilbert. 
; -'- v s eace, 

das L'aisdell. 
■ . 

Alexander P. Hvde. 

0. C. Bullard, 
Miss Maria Clark, 

Mr?. F. B. Sedgwick. 
Leyden, 

lienry A. Baddm^ton. 



Loncrmeadow, 

W. C. Goldihwait, 

Law ton. 

Lo veil, 

E. Nelson. 
Ludlow, 

Gilbert Pillsbury. 
Lunenburg, 

Charles A. Goodrich. 
Manchester, 

John Price. 
Marshfield, 

Hiram A. Oakman. 
Medford, 

A. K. Hathaway. 
Milford (Hopedale), 

Wm. S. Hey wood. 
Nantucke:, 

Alfred Maey, 

•James M. Bunker. 
NcLd'iam, 

Adiel Harvey, 

Harrison I.eland. 
New Bedford, 

Abuser J. Phipps, 

John Boadle, 

Amasa S. Gleason. 
Newton (Centre), 

E. H. Barstow, 

S. F. Smith, 

J. W. Hunt, 

Lyman Gilbert, 

Miss Buck- 
North Andover, 

Hiram Berry. 
Northboro', 

Joseph Allen, 

Elmer "Valentine. 
North Bridgeware-, 

S. D. Hunt. 
Northfi.eld. 

Willed Jones. 
G ranee, 

Miss Sophia B.Paekard. 
Gtis, 

Henry W. Bosworth. 
Pepperell. 

* David Ferry. 
Pittsikdd, 

Miss Clara Wei Is. 

Charles E. Abbott. 
Plymouth, 

Charles Burton. 
Rowe, 

Harden S. Ford. 
Roxbury, 

Miss Annie D • termor t. 

Charles K. Dillaway, 

M. P. Durant, 

Mary A. M -rse. 

Adonic Tripp. 
Salem, 

Gee. F. Bradford, 

Charles Hobart, 

William L< avitt, 

George F. Read, 



Henry F. G. Waters, 
Edward Woodford. 
Sandwich, 

Helen Dillingham, 

Irene Dill a way, 

Eliza G. Wing, 

Paul "Vv Lag. 
Situate, 

George W. Beals. 
Sheffield, 

Joseph Hyde, 

Miss Sarah Like. 
Springfield, 

Miss Laura W.Stebbins, 

Mrs. M, W. Lee. 
Sterling, 

Wm. A. P. Willard. 
Stockbridge,- 

Georee P. Bradlev, 

Jared Reid, Jr. 

Ferdinand Hoffman, 

E. W. B. Canning, 
• Marshall Warner. 
Stou^hton, 

Francis C. Sumner. 
Swampscott, 

Mary E. Ingalls. 
Sutton, 

G. D. Williams. 
Taunton, 

Henrv B. Wheelwright, 

Mrs. S. Soutngate. 
Templeton, 

Mrs. Lucy Richards. 
Tyns'sboro', 

Fhlneas Allen. 
Walpole, 

A ndrew Wash burn . 
Wareham, 

Samuel Nott. 
Warwick, 

E. J. Finery. 
Watertovm, 

Daniel Mack, 

Miss Delia Fainter. 
Way! and, 

Thomas H. Emerson. 
West Brooktaeid, 

Mrs. I). M. Kimball. 
West Cambridge, \ 
. Edward ]'." Bates. 
West Granville, 

S. W. Hathaway. 
West Roxburv, 

Mrs. La! '■. 

Mrs. Peabodr, 

Ji seph IF Allen, 

Mrs. Adams. 
Wiliiamstown, 

Natb miel H. Griffin, 

Benjamin 1 . Mills. 
Wilmington, 

Mrs. Lucy A. Dustin. 
Worcester, 

Caleb B. Metculf, 

J, v. Beane. 



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MASSACHUSETTS REGISTER. 



CITY 0? BOSTON. 

MUNICIPAL ELECTION, SECOND MONDAY IN DECEMBER. 



MEETINGS 



Board of Aldermen, 



Monday Afternoon, 




MEETINGS 



j I Common Council, 



Thursday Evening. 



City Government Organised, First Monday in January. 
City Charter Granted, February 23, 1822; Accepted, March 4, 132; 



Silas Peirce. 
Jesse Holbrook. 

Fbenezer Atkins. 
CLarles Emerson, 



Joseph T. Bailey, 
William W. Allen. 
Thomas C. Aroory. Jr. 
Timothy A. Sumner, 



CITY GOVERNMENT FOR 1859. 

Mayor, FREDERIC W. ElKCOJ_.lv, JR. Salary, $4,000. OHl.ce, City Hall. 

ALDERMEN. 
Silas Peirce, Chairman. 
George Der>nie. 
George. A. Curtis. 
Samuei D. Crane, 
Clement Willis. 
» COMMON COUNCIL. 

J. Putnam Bradlee, Presidmt. 
Ward 1»— "Wm. Farkman, Join; W. Bartlett, Cornelius Doherty, SamT B. Krogrnan. 
" Q.~- TTm, C. Ford, Daniel D. Kelly, Gilbert E. Pierce, Joseph Robbins. 
" 3.— '-Horace Poland, John C. Tucker, Thomas Mocucv, Win. C. Burgess. 
4:.— P. G. Faxon, W. C. Williamson. F. D. Stedman, J. Putnam Bradiee. 
" £3. — Lucius Slade, Joseph I.. Pares, Jsirus Beai, Theophilus Burr, Jr. 

6,^-Tisdale Drake, John G. Webster, Philip II. Sears, J. H. Robinson. 
" 7. — Henrv P. Bavley, Jabez Frederick, Charles J. McCarthy, James Riley. 

8;— Timothy R. Pac^, John L. Batchelder, John S. Tyler, Jonas Fitch. 
9.--I ■ M. Stanriish, L. I.. Yttiieutt, Horace Jenkins,"^ iiliam Carpenter. 
" TO, — Charles S. Buru - e s, Robert Cewdiri, Ansel Eo'thfop, Justin Jones. 
" 11.-C A. Pwiehard^ Wm. ]-'. Richardson, W. W. Clapp; Jr.. Joseph F. Paul. 
" 12. — H,enry B. Janes, Osborn Howes, Joel Baker, Jr., Samuel R. Spinney. 
City Clerk, Samuel P. McCleary. Salary, S'2,300 ; and, for Assistant Clerks. 
£2,600. [Chos i by the City Council, in Convention, in January.] 

Clerk Common Council, Washcvgtox P. Gregg. Salary,' .$1,200. [Chosen by 
Common Council, in January.!] 

City Messenger, Oliver H. Spttbr. Salary, 51,200. [Chosen by City Council, in 
January or February.] 

A&sutant Messenger* Joseph E. HAtn'T. Salary, $400. [Appointed by Messenger.] 
WARD OFFICERS. 

Wardens. Clerks: Wardens. ' Clerks. 

1. David Hill. T. A. Mathews. 7- Edward Ryan. George II. Hovt. 

2. D. Y. Kendall. J. it. Macv. 8. W. M. Flanders. G. O. Brigham. 

3. Br-nj F. Mahan. H.Smith. 9. C. Havden. J. L. Drew, Jr. 
*- James Cheeyer. F. A. Osborn. 10. Ahijah" Ellis. G. H. Chapman. 
• r >. SohnS.Pear. P. Bonn ey, Jr. LP W. Swihaoh. Joseph Meyer. 
6. T- F. Sutter. F. H. Hen-sUaw. I 12. Gilbert Wait. H.R.Gray. 

Inspectors. 
L Georsre W, Perkins, Charles W. Wedger, Ludwia: Nelson, Patrick McNearney, 

' ■ -ire A. Fond. 
S. Jairns Pratt, Jr., John Kennedy, And* w Hall, John Clifton, Jr., Horace B. B •'. r. 
3. ; '• Kinsfcll, LeRoy C Hall.Juhn D. Cadogan, AsaD.Pattee, Bmij. Wi 
4u ' • ' rson, "John F. Anderson, S.C.'Burr, UriePH. Crocker, Ge< e II. 

K lni» tbury. 
r >. '■■ v ' ! ' ■'■ forth, Francis Green Nathan M. Marble, A. G. Lyon, D. IX Dana. 
J ' ; . - ! U J i*a*\ Cyrus II. laggard, E. ForristaB, Jr.. S. L. Bliss, E. K. Gibson. 

7, J - ! "■ I "• Manning, Wm. ! '. r.e, Jnau Finnegan, Wm. Keating, Patrick [.ovett. 

8, «?nha 1' !■ v . Henry D.. Williams, Stephen R. Cook, J. Tisdale Bradlce, 

[J .•■-..,. 

9, Edward It Hunt, Ben). F, Smith, Albert Carter, Philo J.Leeds, Win. D. M rris. 



10. 



i LCHnpson, Cbns. C. Darliag, J. F. Dunning, H. B. Fisher, F. G. Alb 



CITY GOVERNMENTS. 



179 



II. William Copeland, Benjamin D. Whitcomb, Frederic C. Davis, Hubbard W. Til- 
ton, James B. Sargent. 
X2, Geo. B. Mitchell, James Bragdon, Rollin N. Hill, G. W. Bail, Chas. Gerrish. 

A.3SESSOBS' DBPABTSrEKT, 

Principal A vsesxors. 

Gjzoegb Jackson, Henry Sargent, Geo. E. Head, Jons D. Richardson. Salary, 

#1,500 each. Clerk hire, §4,800. Office, City Hall. 

Per Diem Assessors, $4.00 per day. 

Wm, II. Lane. John G Datis, Bent. Fessenden, 

Cyrus Washburn, Josiah L. C. Amee, Joseph W. Mbruiamj 

James Cheeyer, Spencer Tinkham, Joseph W. Howard. 

Assistant Assessors?, in Wards. 



1.— Amos W. Cross, John Pratt. 

2.— C L. Litchfield, Merrill PettcngilL 

3.— Thos. Critchett, Michael Cummisky, 



i.s P. Merriam-. 



5.— Edward Sands, Artemas 11. Holden. 
6. — Eben Mann, B. G. Boardnian; 



7.— Cnlvin W. Clark, Edward Ryan. 

8.— Nahum Brigham, Alfied B. 'Warren. 

9.— Richard Nutter, Chester Daniel!. 
10— Abijah Ellis. Loring B. Barnes. 
11. — Samuel S. Ridgway, Stephen Tucker. 
12, — Sam '1 Leeds, Christopher A. Connor. 



[The Assessors and Assistant Assessors are chosen by concurrent vote of the City 
Council in February or March. The Assistant Assessors receive $3 for each day's 
service.] 

Secretary to Assessors, Henry Sargent. 

BRIDGES. 

Superintendent Federal Street Bridge, Eeenezer C. Leman. Salary, pOQO, and 
rent of shop on Bridge. [Chosen by concxirrent vote in January or February.] 

Superintendent Dover Street Bridge, Abner J. Gafeield. Salary. $oQ0, and rent 
of house and shop on Bridge. [Chosen by concurrent vote in January or February.] 

Superintendent Chelsea Street Bridge, Edward T. Stowers. Salary £200. [Chosen 
by concurrent vote in January or February ] 

"Superintendent of the Meridian Street Bridge, Abner Knight. Salary, £400. 
[Chosen by concurrent vote in January or February.] 

Superintendent Mount Washington Avenue Bruins, George H. Dayis. Salary, $1300. 
[Chosen by concurrent vote in January or February.] 

FIFvS DEPARTMENT. 

CHIEF ENGTSrESR, GEORGE W. SIRE). Salary, $1,200. Cffice, City 

ENGINEERS, Salary, S250 each.. 



Juildirg. ASSISTANT 





At Lmve.~ Chas. C. 11 


errv, J Dist. 2. — Job 


i. S. Damrell, 


Dist. 


t.— Zen as E. Smith 




i I 


Wm. A. G 


'een\ " 3.— David C. Meloon, 


fi 


6. — 


1 


Dist. 


J. — NathT W. Pratt, i( 4. — David Chamberlin, 


" 


7 . — Jo s e p h D u n ba - , 






[Chosen in January or February by concurrent vote.] 


' 




George H. Allen, 


Clefh. Salary, £800. 




i 

1 


Foremen of Oomp&nu 


,5150; Assistant 'Foreseen, and Clerks 


?,7id Stewards, $123 




Members, , 


£100. IMM Compos 


y lias about thirty'Six j 


Ue> t$exs. 


% 


No. 


Name. 


Locution. 


Foreman. 


Clerk. 


1 


1. 


Mazeppa, 


Broadway, S. B., 






1 


o 


Perkins, 


Broadway, S. 11, 




Peter Lincoln. 


X 


3. 


Eagle, 


M» r ash. j n. Dover, 


Ed. W. Milliken, 


Wm. H. Stackpoie 


\ 


4, 


C ,t iraet. 


Mt. Vernon, 


Rufus P. Farrar, 


Charles P. Stetson 


\ 


5, 


Extinguisher, 


East, 


11. Wallingford, 


John Ray. 


I 

Eft 
1 


g 


Boston, 


Commercial, 


Benjamin Tarbox, 


Albert L. Pearson. 


9! 


Maverick, 


Paris, E. B., 


John P. Somerby, 


Wm. Wentwortb,. 




10. 


Dunbar, 


CentraU sq;,E.B., 


George A. Tucker, 


Martin H. Cross. 




11. 


Baruicpat, 


Court Square, 


John Tobias, 


Thos. M. Regan, 


1 


1 


1 reraont, 


Warren, 


Oliver It. Bobbins, 


Levi W. Shaw. 


is! 


Webster, 


Chelsea, E. B., 


Ch is. E Turner, 


Moses C. George. 


I 


14. 


S. U. Spinney; 
liwik « Ladder. 


Fourth, S. B., 


James Chambers, 


T. Nichols P ige. 




1, 


Warren, 


Friend. 


Moses Place, 


Chas. IT. Merritt. 




(y 


Washington, 


Paris, E. B., 


Charles Simmons, 


Wm. T. Keen. 


I 


3, 


Franklin, 


Harrison Ay., 


Geo. W: Warren, 


J as. B. Fresco tt. 


1 




Hydrant 










1. 


Washington, 


Salem, 


Chas. F. Dunton, 


T. S. R. Britton. 


1 


r> 


Union, 


Hudson, 


Benj. KM-, 


lb P, Stowell. 




*}■ 


Chester, 


>'•..■ i b tmpton, 


Lorins Hallett. 


John C. Fallon 


5 


S . In k, 


Sh iwrnut".Av., 


W ill • 1 nrell, 


\V m. H. Gardner. 


I 


6. 


Deluge. 


Paris, B. B., 


Joseph Barnea 




Win. H. Rymeii. 



FIRE ALAHM TELB.GBAP.H; 

•>'''-' SEEK 1?. STEaRNS, STiFESESrlE'inJENT. Sc 1 « •:. ■, $1,200, Office, City Building, 21 Court s<i 

[Chosen by concurrent vote in January or February.] 

MMa MeAffee, Charles A. Stearns, Francis 11. Coffin, Operators. George S. Thorn, 

Repairer, Franklin H. Badger, Assistant Repairer. 



ISO MASSACHUSETTS REGISTER. 

s 

HARBOR. 

Samuel Cook, Harbor Master; ofSce, 140 Commercial street. Salary 51,000, and 
gl.OOQ for two Boatmen, and $150 for rent of Boat House. [Chosen by concurrent 
role annually, " if expedient."] 

HEALTH, 

EXTBEJTAL DEPARTMENT. 

John M. Moriarty, Port Physician, Resident at Peer Island. Salary, $200 and 
board. [Chosen by concurrent vote in January or February. 

George Lorinp:, Captain of the Steamer Henry Morrison, which runs daily from the 
city to Deer Island; pay, $250 per month for the boat and crew. 

The Quarantine Boat is in the service of the Port Physician, and the men are paid by 
the city. She is used as a boarding boat, and visits all vessels coming from foreign 
ports to inspect their crews, passengers, and cargoes. 

INT2RNA.L DEPARTMENT. 

Ezra Forristall, Superintendent of Health. Salary, £1500. [Chosen by concurrent 
vote in January or February.] 

Daniel B. Curtis, Assistant Sup'. Salary, $1000, [Appointed by Superintendent, 
and confirmed by the Board of Aldermen.] 

Henry G. Clark, City Physician. Salary, §1000. Office, 15 Niles Block, City Hall 
avenue. [Chosen by concurrent vote in January or February.] 

Jacob Bigelow, George Hayward, James Ayer, John Jeffries, D. H. Storer, Consult- 
ing Physicians, [Chosen by concurrent vote in January or February.] 

Nicholas A. Ar-olionio, Ci'y Registrar. Salary, ,§1200. [Chosen by concurrent 
vote of the City Council, in January or February.] 

The City Registrar has the Superintendence of the Burial Grounds and Funerals. 
He records the Births, Deaths, and Marriages, and grants Certificates of all Intentions 
of Marriage. 

UNDERTAKERS. 

[Appointed by the Mayor and Aldermen in January.] For Undertakers, see Busi- 
ness Directory. 

MOUNT HOPE CEMETESY. 
Situated in West Roxbury and Dorchester. Purchased by the city for £35,000. 

BOARD OP TRUSTEES, 

Term expires Turtu expires. 

Henry L. DuUoh, Jan. 1864 ) Henry Crocker, Jan. 1S61. 

Joseph M. Wightmaii, " 1863. i Bradley N. Cumin gs, " 1S60. 

Henry 'Mason.' " 1862. | 

Clerk of the. Hoard, -he City Registrar, ear. officio. 
Suj.;-, of (hi. Cemetery, D .vid Etaggerston, 

LAMPS. 

Wm, Bamicoat, Superintendent of Lamps. Office, City Building, 21 Court square 
Salary, $1000 per annum, and $2-00 for clerk hire. [Appointed by the Mayor and Al- 
dermen in Jan. or Feb.] 

MARKET. 

Charles B. Rice, Superintendent cfFanev.il Hall Market. Salary, 51300, [Appoint- 
ed by the Mayor and Aldermen in January or February.] 

Amos Dodge, Deputy Superintendent. Salary, $900 per annum. 
Sullivan S.iwin, Weigher. Salary, £35 per month. 

OVERSEEBS OP THE POOR. 

Ward l.-T hri Pratt, I Ward 5--~ John White, i Ward 9.— O. E. Roboins, 

" 2.— LC. Wentivorth, " G.~J. H. White, I " 10.— Israel S.Trafton, 
" a—Simeon P. Adams, '* 7 — J- Coleman, ) » ll.—Daniel C. Berry, 
" £/— Silas Durkee, | " S.—Jno. W.Warren, j «« 12,— S. IVewmarch. 

JAME8 PriiLMPS, Secretary. 

The Board rncct it 3 o'clock on the afternoon of the first and jthird Wednesday of 
" . lutmth, ac their office, City Hail. 

The Overseers of the Poor are likewise incorporated as a Board of Trustees of John 
Boyjtion's and other charitable funds, left for the assistance of persons of good char- 
acter and adraseedSagB, '« who ha?e',been reduced by miifortuneto indigence and want. > 

John W. Warren, Treasurer and Clerk of. tJie Corporation. The meetings of th 
Board of Traatees arc held ia April and October. 



CITY GOVERNMENTS. 181 

POLICE DEPABTMENT. 

[Appointed by the Mayor and Aldermen, in January or February.] 

this department is under the immediate direction of the Mayor. It is employed in 
. -- ,* detection of criminals, and has the superintendence of places of public amusements, 
(images, eabs, wagons, trucks, pawnbrokers, junk shops, intelligence offices, \c. 

Under the present organization, -the Police are divided into day and night police; 
the night p< lice performing the duties devolving on Watchmen. 

Daniel J. Coburn, Chief of Police. Salary, $2,200. Office, City Hall. Luther A. 
Ham, Deputy. Salary, Si, 500. 

Horace G. Barrows] Clerk of Police, Salary, $1,000. 

Rufus C Marsh, Superintendent of Coaches, Carriages. §c. 

George W. Oliver, Superintendent of Trucks, Wagons, sfc. 

There are eight police stations, the location and officers of which are as follow? : — 

Location. Captains. Lieutenants. 

1. 209 Hanover St., Edward H. Savage, Arnold C. Whitcomb, N". G. Davis. 

2, Williams court, Wm. EL. Jones, Oliver Whitcomb, Harrison Marsh. 

?. Leverett street, Samuel G. Adams, Asa Morrill, Alfred II. Porter. 

4. 439 Washington St., >• "Wm. D. Eaton, Geo. Churchill. John S. Hunt. 

5. East Dedham street, Geo. M. Kino;, Cyrus Small, Wm. Chadbourn. 

6. Broadway, S. Boston, Robert Taylor, George >7. Morse. Henry T. Dyer. 

7. Paris street, E. B., Nathaniel Seaver; James Adams, & Ivin S. Drew. 

8. Coot I st. (harb. police.) Wm. B. Tarlton. Wm, E. Hough, Foster B. Tarbett. 
The salary of Captain is Js'3 per day ; of Lieutenant, §2.50. 
Keepers of City Look-ups, Silas Warren aud Stephen Curtis. 

CONSTABLES. 

Appointed by the ilayor and Aldermen in September., aud qualified. 

Wra. Blaisdell, P< lice Court. I John C. Leighton, Police Court. 

William H. Brown, 4 Mass. Block. j Nathan M. Marble, 7 Wall. 

Francis V. Bulfinch, City Hall. Wm. D. Martin, 6 Court sq. 

Wm. Calder, 13 Court sq. I Wm. H. Mason, 13 Court sq. 

Siia^ Carieton, U. S. Court. , C. Judson Merrill. IS R. .R. Exchange. 

Chase Cole, Marginal st., E. B. Harum Merrill, 6 Court sq. 

Wm. O. Cheswell, 6 Court sq. j Wm. Munroe, 6 Mass. block. t 

Derastus Clapp, 3 Franklin ave. Henry Nichols, City Hall. 

Lemuel Clark, 13-5 Borche ;ter ave. | "Daniel C. Page, at the Jail. 

Jos. D. Coburn, Police Court. John C. Pattee, 3 Briggs place. 

Kufus R. Cook, Worcester R. R. Depot. David Patterson, Court sq. 

Isaac A. Cooledge, 6 Mass. block. NathT A. Penr ; ock, 6 Court sq. 

Daniel 13. Curtis City Hall. ; George D. Phillips, G Mass. block. 

James Curtis, 80 City Exchange. Isaac Pierce, 3 Franklin ave. 

Gr<:erileaf N. Davis, 51 Marion. James Pierce, 3 Franklin ave. 

Albert G. Dawes, 6 Mass. block. Wm. F. Reed, 9 Mt. Vernon ave. 

Chas. II. Dennie, City Hall. Edwin Rice, 6 Court sq. 

Geo. B. Dex'er, Suoerior Court. Tbos. M. Smith, Municipal Court. 

Ephraim L Eliot, Cur Hall. ! James E. Spear, 13 Court sq. 

'■■ -:.'h v.;!. \ W. Parr, 9 Court .-.. J Oliver II. • purr., Cit\ Hall. 

Eben F. Gay, City Hall. Henry C. Stratton, Police Court.' • 

Wade 11. Goodwin, 6 Court sq. Jacob C. Tallant, Police Court. 

Win. M. Halstead, 9 Court sq. Heury Taylor, Superior Court. 

2accheus Holmes, 9 Court so. J. G.'X. Taylor, Court House. 

Alexander Hopkins Oily Hall. i Geo. W. Tuckernwrn, 100 South. 

Uther Hutchins, Municipal Court. | Sam'l S. Vialle, Police Court. 

\ re lerick P. Ingalls, Police Court. Edward A. Vose, Municipal Court. 

Edward J. Jones, 3 Franklin ave. Thomas Wentworth, 6 Court sq. 

Wm. F. A. Kelly, 1 Tyler place. Wm. Whitwell, Municipal Court. 

John f. Lawton, 6 Mass. block. I John Wilson, 10 Mass. block. 
| Constables appointed by the Mayer and Aldermen to uaLf complaints against Truant 
Children and Absentees from School: Wm. F. Reed, John C. Pattee, Chase Cole. Salary, 
j$1000 each per annum. 

PRINTING AND ADVERTISING. 
Messrs. George C. Rand & Avery, 3 Corablfl, City Printers. Work done by contract. 
The newspapers in which the city ordinances, advertisements. &c,» arc published) 
comprise ali the daily papers. [Elected by the City Council, in March or April.] 
: PUBLIC BUILDINGS. 

The Piddle Building* of the Citv an \ County comprise the City Hall, the registry 

■•'" Deeds, the Court House, Faneuil Hall, and'Faneuil Hail Market House, the new 

I stone. Jail and Dead House, the Institutions at Spurn Boston and Deer [slaud, the Old 

to (louse, th ? City Building Uo called), all ;he Grarara r and Primary School 

' uses, and all the Engine, Hydrant, and Hook and Ladder Houses in the City, 

I . •■■ \ otheT buildings used for public purposes. 

.SamuelvC, N'Qttage, Superintendent of Hublic Buildings. Omce, City Hail. Salary. 
£1.5C\>. [Chosen by concurrent ■! tern ranuary or February.] 

F- ; i v Taylor, Superintend ni of Faneuil Hall. Salary, £200. [Appointed by Mayor 
-a.: Aldermen in January or February,] 



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MASSACHUSETTS REGISTER. 



Geo. A. Curtis, of the Aldermen ; J • 
mon Council. [Term expires, January 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS. 
Boc^d of Directors of Public Institutions. 

[Elected by the Common Council.] 



ties FT. Beal and Pelham 
1859.1 



mney, of the Com- 



TenB expires, Jan. I860. 

Tha*her Beal, Clerk. 
Stephen Tiiton. 
John Flint. 



Term expires. Jan. 2 AGO. 

Moses Kimball, Chair'n. 
Otis Kimball. 
Samuel P. Oliver. 



Term espires, 1661. 
Ezra H. Baker. 
Seth Adams. 
Timothv C. Kendall. 



This Board have charge of the House of Industry and Reformation, the House of 
Correction, ai d the Lunatic Hospital. 

Superintendent of House of Industry.— John M. Moriarty. [Appointed by Directors.] 
Salary, #1000. 

Master of House of Correction. — Charles Robbins. [Chosen by City Council in Janu- 
ary or February.] Salary. 51300 and board in House. 

Deputy Master of House of Correction. — Silas P. Walker. Salary, 5700. 

Superintendent of Lunatic Hospital. — Clement A. Walker. [Chosen by Directors.] 
Salary, 51500 and 'board in House. 

PUBLIC LAUDS. 

The Board of Public Land Commissioners, Benjamin James, Chairman; Samuel 
Hatch, Clement Willis, Newell A. Thompson, Barnet F. Warner, John G. Webster, 
Timothy A. Sumner, Jesse Holbrook, Osborn Howes, Calvin A. Richards, John C. 
Tucker, Joseph L. Bates. 

Robert W. Hall, Superintendent of Public Lands. Office, City Hall, Salary, Jl 1,500. 
[Chosen by concurrent vote in January or February.] 

Galvm and Hogan, Superintendents of the Common, Mails, and Public Squares. 
[Appointed by Committee on the Common, &c] 

PUBLIC LIBKAKY. 

INSTITUTED 13-32. 

Trustees.— Hon. Edward Everett, President. George Ticknor, John P. Bigelow, 
[Nathaniel B. Shurtleff, Was. W. Greeaou^h, from citizens ai large. Geo. Bonnie, 
fruni Aldermen. Philip H. Sears, from Common Council. [Chosen by concurrent 
vote in January or February.] 

Superintendent. — C. C. Je^ctt. Salary, 52,000. [Chosen by concurrent vote in 
January or February.] 

Librarian. — Edward Capen. Salary gLoOO. [Chorea by concurrent vote.] Saml. 
M. Beoiington, Assistant. 



SCHOOL COMMITTEE, 
The Mayor and President of the Common Council. ex-oMcio. 



Wakd I. 

• 5 2. 

44 3. 

" 4:, 

" 5. 

" 6, 

< " 7. 

" B. 

11 9. 

" 10, 

" II. 

" 12. 



i Term expire. Jan. 13G0. 

[Matthias Rich, Jr., 
Micah Dyer, Jr., 
Warren H. Cudworth, 
John W. Hinckley, 
Silas F. Plimpton, 
lErastusW. Sanborn, 
lAurelius D. Parker, 
JAlonzo A. Miner, 
[Henry A. Miles, 
William E. Coale, 
Sam'i K, Lothrop, 
iJohu Codman, 
I Patrick Riley, 
Hearv W. Hayrtes, 
Etufus Ellis; 
Elijah C Drew, 



.illarn Rea 
('. Keep, 
Ideus . Al 
mund B. 



Wm. w . JJean, 

'Geo. P. French, 



Term expires, Jan. 1851. 
j Geu. Fabyan, 
J Charles A. Turner, 
J ames N. Sykes, 
J. Harvey Woodbury, 
Isaac H. Hazelton, 
Moses C. Greene, 
Nath'l B. Simrtleff, 
Ezra Palmer, jr., 
John F. Jams, 
Wm, E. Towrssend, 
Robert; W, Hooper, 
"James W. Stone, 
Le Baron Russell, 
Farnham Plummer, 
Ge >rae H. Lvman, 
John B. Alley, 
; Winslow Lewis/ 
[J'^, t h L. Drew, 
Otis Kimball, 

| Es V tl - ■: ?hs< Jr. 



i Geo. Wm. Dennett, 
I John Duncan, 



j Term expires, Jaa. Ic62, 

[Adino B. Hall. 
IWm, A- Kreuger. 
•John Noble. 
[Samuel T. Cobb. 
E. D. G. Palmer. 

[Vacancy.] 
(George Bartlett. 
'Boring Lothrop. 

. R. Marvin. 
[Otis Norcross. 
S Jahez B. Up ham. 
jj. C. Stockbridge. 
! Charles D. Homans. 
; John C. Moore. 

Choi is M. Brewer. 
Richard M. Hodges. 
I J. Phelps Putnam. 
|E. H. Ammidown. 
[Enoch C. Rolfe. 
IS. J. M. Homer. 
iOharles W. Slack. 
[Fred. F. Thayer. 
jChoate Burnham. 
[Thomas Dawes. 



lary, 



S tftinienden of Pukl'u Schools. — John D. Philbricfc. 
in City is:0S. Office hours from 12 to 2 o'clock, P. M. 
Secretary of ikJiool Committee. — Bernard Capen. Office, City Hall. 



,500. Office, 



Sal. £1000. 



CITY GOVERNMENTS. 



183 



SEWERS. 

S'Tiron B. Smith, Superintendent of Common Sewer*. Office, City Hall. Salary, 
| ; . '<}. [Chosen by concurrent vote in January or February.] 

SOLICITOR. 

J >an P. Healy, City Solicitor. Office, No, 46 Court Street. Salary, £3,000 and 
$400 clerk hire. [Chosen by concurrent vote in January or February.] 

STREETS. 
The Board of Aldermen are Surveyors of Highways. 

Alfred T. Turner, Szrperintendent of Streets, Office, City Hall. Salary, 51,700. 
[Chosen by concurrent vote in January or February.] 

TREASURY "DEPARTMENT. 

Frederic U. Tracy, City and County Treasurer and Collector. Salary, §"3,000, and 

56,o00 for permanent assistant clerks, $.1,100 of which/is paid to a clerk, who received 

money for Water Rates. [Chosen by City Council in Convention, in May/] 

Francis V. Bulfinch, James Pierce, Alexander Hopkins, Ephraim L. Eliot, Eben 

F. Gay, Henry Nichols, Edwin Rice, Deputy Collectors. [Appointed by Treasurer. 

Xhev are also appointed Constables by the Mayor and Aldermen.] 
Elisha Copeiandj City Auditor. Salary, §2,500, and $2,200 for clerk hire. [Chosen 

by concurrent vote of the City Council, in May.] 

Al! bills against the City must be duly approved by the persons who ord^r the ex- 
penditure, and be presented to the Auditor on or before the 25th of each month. 

Payments are made on the first day of every month, except when it comes ou Sunday, 

in which case payment is made toe next day. 

. WATER DEPARTMENT. 

COOKXTTJATB WATJE3R BOARD, Office 1193-2 Washington Street. 

JOHK E. WIL3TIKS, president. 

Saxtjdl Hatch, Thomas P. Rice, Tisdals Drake, Eeenezer Johnson. Samlel 

Hall, Benjamin James. 
[Chosen by concurrent vote,] 
Satoue] N. Dyer. Clerk of the Water Board. 

¥m. F. Davis, Wafer Beci^rar. Salary, £1,200. Office, City Building, 21 Court 
square. [Chosen by concurrent vote.] 

City Engineer t o ames Shade. Salary, .52,800. N.Henry Crafts, Assistant Engineer* 
Salary, £1,200. Office 119 A Washington street. [Chosen by concurrent voce,] 

[Ail officers on the Water Works are chosen by concurrent vote on the first Monday 
in January or within sixty days thereafter.] 

SUPERINTENDENTS, SURVEYORS, ETC. 

appoin + ed by th< 



The following City Oncers 
Council : — 

Surveyor General of Lumber, Oliver 
Frost, Qffiee,2-5 Doane st. [Chosen by 
concurrent voteia February.] 

Sun ,'v: s of Fine Lumber. [Sec Business 



epaid by tees, and are annual 



City 



Inspector of Lime. — Andrew Abbot. 
%r$ of Dry Fish. — Nehemiah P. 



Directory.] 

Surveyors 

Business Di 



of Oak and Ship Stock. [See 

rectory.] 

fMhhogany and Cedar. — Na- 

fMarble.r^homz% J. Bayley. 



Meizar Stetson. 

The following a: 
jhers of Hay, tiec^ — No 



Mann, Me _ 

Cullers of Hoops end Status:— Lewis 
Beck, Berrjamin Abbot. 

Field Drivers and Found Keepers.--* 
Samuel Stinson, Maurice B. Rowe, Joseph 
Gallup, 1. W. Mellem 

Inspectors of Ballast atid Weighers of 
Boats' and Lighters. — Abijah R. Tewks- 
Guy C. Haynes'and ! bury, Henry Curtis, John Davis, James J. 
i Fly'nn. Appointed in March or April. 

e appointed by the Mayor and Aldermen : ~ 



Weighers of Hay, tie?; — North S>a?es, — 
John R. Bradford. South Scales, — Maurice 
B. Rowe. 

Measurers of Cover Leather. — William 
Brasrdon, Benjamin B. Webster. 

.■/■•:.,• rersof Wood and Bark.— Timothy 



Measuret of Grain.- 
( 'tig Crii>\~— G eorj 



-Syr: 
e H 



s D;: 

rt-At 



nsed 
M1YOR5 FF.OM J.822 TO 1859. 



from time to lime, until the first day of 
May following.] 

Sealers of Weights and Measures. — CLas. 
J. B. Mon'tton, Henry A. Davis. 

Inspectors and Weighers of i undle Hay, 
—Israel M. Barnes, Samuel B. Liverm ire, 
B. M.iNevers, Caleb U .Ii*rt< o n.Jo pph 
Crar.n, Henry R. Andrews, Chas 
dall, Win. S." Holmes, and is. 



TS.li.ii .?.: 

died May 29, 1 



; i-22..Joha PhiUi 

TO/.JosinH Quiiicy ..... 

1823.. Harrison Gray Otis, 

i- L .'Charles Wells, , 

1834. .Tht so&ore Lyman.. Jr...... 

lS:W.''..Sfewati€l Turell Armstrong, 
' F..S untie! Atkvas Eliot,,...., 

lviO.. Jonathan Chapman, 



183 i 



1836 

1830 
1842 



1S45 

IS 18 
18-32 
18.34 
1S56 



.John Prcscott Bigelow,. 
, Benjamin Seaver, ...... 

■ Jerome V. C. Smith, . - . 
.Alex. Hamilton Rice... 



Bulk 



M EXPIRED 

... 1844 

►v., 1840 

... 1S43 

... 1851 

... 18-33 

... 1850 

. .. lb>8 



18 58. .Frederic W. Lincoln,' Jr., 



184 



MASSACHUSETTS REGISTER. 



CITY OF CAMBRIDGE. 



CITY 

ELECTION 

First Monday 

IN 

DECEMBER. 




> \ CITY GOVERN -MEN I 



ORGANIZED. 






City Charter granted March 17, 1846 ; Accepted March 30, 1348. 




CITY OFFICERS, 1859. 
JOHN SARGENT, Mayor. Salary, Si, 500. 

ALDERMEN. 

Ward 1. — Francis L. Chapman, j Ward 3. — Michael C. KeitfiY, 

A. K. P. Welch, | • 



2.— Josiah Barrage, 

Alexander Dickinson, 
3.— Knowlton S. Chaffee, 



i.— Henry M. Chanaberlai 
James P. Richardson, 

5. — John 33. Atwill, 
David Ellis. 



COMMON COUNCIL, 

James C. Fisk, President. 

Ward 1. — Albert Steyen-s, Marshall 
T. Bisrelow, Charles T. Russell. 

Ward 2.— James C, Fisk, Charles F. 
MeClure, Hamlin R. Harding, Joseph 
V. Wellington, Taos. B. G. Messinger. 

Ward 3. — Jared Shepard, Ebenezer 
Fogg, Henry Whitney, Jr., John Gage, 
Ar.son F. Hooker, Israel Tibbetts. 

Ward 4.— Wm. P. Butterfield, John 
LPerr.vEt. Q . -):\\i. •*, Avu- ? ustr : .s Rusa. 

Ward •;.— ■•■ dward Mixliiken, Renrv 

J,V:ECa. 

City Clebk. — Justin A. 
Salary, &700 and fees. 



W. Eiiield, Geo. T. Gale, William 
Hunnev/eJI, Belcher Hancock, James 
B> Nason, 

Assessors. — Wm. Frost, George W. 
Liyermore, Joseph Whitney. Salary, 
$1000. 

Assistant Assessors,— Ozias Clark, 
Jonas Wyeth, 2d. Wm. A. Mason, Geo, 
G. Rice, Rufus Lamson. Salary, ^2 
per day. 

Warden oe Almshouse. — Jacob 
Hanseom. Salary, ,5500. 

Alksuot:se Pkysicta&, — Moses 
! Clarke. Salary, $100,. 
Jacobs. ! Chief oe Police. — John C. Willey. 

Sslnr-c-". SSSOft. 



'leek oe Commo: 
Salary, S 
BA3EEES .■ 



Salary. $800. 
•ii, „. „ o 



Council. Jas. ! a !;evcu-al Constables. — josepn 

0. j Sanderson, Ward I ; John C. Willey, 

> Collector,— I Ward 3; Wm. Twist, Ward .4, 

WART) OFFICERS. 

I Ward L— Wm. L. Whitney, War- 
\ dm. Wm. B. Bartlett, Clerk. Stephen 
Smith, Wm. T. Richardson, Win. Cald- 
well, Inspectors, 

Ward 2.— Cyrus D. Wilder, Warden, 
Wm. Gay, Clerk, Enoch J. Howlett, 
Geo. P. Backus, Charles F. Wilson, 
Inspectors,. 

Ward 3. — Lewis Hail, Warden. An- 
qtgw Fog«r, Clerk. Augustus.P. Gritf- 
insr, Ezra Parmentor, Samuel W. Rich- 



M. Chas 

City ' 
Joseph Whitney. Salary, §1000. 

City Ati-n or.— Samuel P. Hey- 
wood. Salary, $[00, 

Crrt Messenger and Sept, of 
Lamps.— Poland Litchfield, Jr. Sala- 
ry, $700. 

Supx. of Streets and Drains. — 
George W. Fifield, Salary, ST, 000, 

Chief- ENGtNEE'E. — Geo.. B. Eaton, 
Salary, $300. 

Ji'sriCH of Police Co:..p.t. — John S. 
! wld. Salary, $1,«500. 

School C mmittee. — The Mavor, ex 
o/S.io-x Ward 1. James C. Merrill, 1 ardson, Inspectors. 
ii-nry W. Tcrr-v; Ward 2. Chas. A. i Ward 4.— Isaac C.Holmes, Warden. 
Skjmi r, Wm. v >'". WeUineton : Ward Geo. L. (Aide, Clerk. Thomas M. Da- 



3. Moses Clarke, Franklin Hall ; Ward 
i. Henry G. Houghton, Henry Thayer; 



M. Marsters. 

OVEKSETSBS OF THE P'OOR. — The 

Mayor, ex officio, Win. Caldwell, Geo. 



vis, Joseph Whittemore, Daniel A, 
B uekley, Inspectors. 



Ward 5. Alexander M. Averill, Joan Ward 5. — Wm. A. Saunders, Warden. 



William Frost, Car/;. Goo. G. Rice, 
Russell S. Edwards, James H. Cutter, 
Inspectors* 



CITY GOVERNMENTS, 

CITY OF CHABLESTOWN 



185 



CITY 

ELECTION 

Second Monday 

in 

DECEMBER. 




CITY GOVERNMENT 



ORGANIZED 

First Monday 

in 



JANUARY, 



City Charter Granted Feb. 22, 18-47 ; Accepted March 10, 1847. 



CITY OFFICERS, IS59. 

JAMES DANA, Mayor. Salary, $300. 

ALDERMEN. 



Aaron Clarke. 
Amos Tufts, 
Amos Brown, 



Daniel Johnson, 

Joseph. Young, 
Jesse Stevens. 



COMMON COUNCIL. 

Warren Band, President. 

Ward 1 Hernan S. Doane, Arthur 

W. Tufts, Oliver Avers, William W. 
Wheildon, John B. Wilson., Charles 
Field, 

Word 2.— Win. T. Chandler Hemry 
A. Quincy, Ch'as. Robinson, Jr., Otis 
Little, Francis W, Pearson, Luther F. 
Whitney. 

Ward 3. — Charles H. Blanchard, 
Earl Wyroan, Robert B. Rogers, Fre- 
derick F. Barreil, Warren Rand, Win. 
Fosdick. 

City Clerk, — Charles Poole. Sal- 
ary, $ 1000. 

Clerk: of Common Council. — Gus- 
tavus V. Hall. Salary. $WQ, 

City Messenger. — Abijah. Blan- 
chard. Salary, £100, 

City Treascree. — Jas. Bird. Sal- 
ary, $12-50. 

Assessors. — Thornaa Greenleaf, Ca- 
leb Rand, Thomas J. Eiliot. 

OvjBTJSEERS OF TI. E POOS. — His Hoil- 

or the Mayer, ex-qffieio. Chairman. 

Ward I. — Robert Todd, Joseph j 
Soutlier. Ward 2. -— Thomas Green- i 
leaf, J,>hn Sanborn. \\ ard 3, — David 
L\ Weatoa, G. B, Albee. 



SCHOOL committee. 

T. T. Sawyer, President, 

II. K. FrotTungham, Secretary. 

Geo. B. Neal, Treasurer. 

Ward E— Geo. E. Ellis, T. T. Saw- 
yer, Wm, W, Wheildon, Abram E. 
Cutter^ Edwin P. Adams, Jas. Adams. 

Ward 2. — John X.Euher, Gustavus 
Y. Hall, John Sanborn, Geo, 13. Neai, 
G. W, Warren, Calvin C Sampson. 

-Ward 3. — H. X. Frothingham, Wm. 
N. Lane, Nathan A. Tails, William F. 
Conant, Henry C. Graves, L. K.. 
Bowers. 

City Maeshal. — Abrara Charuber- 
lim 

Constables. — Abram Chamberlin, 
Charts Sanderson, Abijah Blanchard, 
Stephen P. Kelley, Charles Birrcham, 
P. 11. Jacobs. 

WARD OFFICERS. 

Ward 1. — Abram E. Cutter, War- 
den. -Benj. BrintnaU 2d, Clerk. Chas. 
Field, Winsor Wright, Edwin P. Fur- 
bo r, Inspectors. 

Ward 2. — John Sanborn, Warden, 
George E. Neal, Clerk. Warren Fer- 
rin, John W, .. rev, W. S. liobbins, 
Ins-Hectors. 

Ward 3. — Robert W. Stimpson, 
Warden. Geo. J. Lindsey, Clerk. Geo. 
Hagar, Amos li. Morss.'S. R. Print- 
nail, Iiisin'cLisrs. 



136 



MASSACHUSETTS REGISTER. 

CHELSEA. 



CITY 



ELECTION 



Fisst Monday 



DECEMBER, 







GOVERNMENT 



ORGANIZED 



FlRST MONDAY 



JANUARY. 



City Charter Granted March 13, 1857 : Accented March 23, 1S57. 



CITY OFFICERS, IS 59, 
HOSEA ILSLEY, Mayor. Salary, $400. 

ALDEBMEST. 



Ward 3. —Henry Taylor. 

Rufus S. Frost, 
Ward 4. — Thomas H. Carrutn. 

William 0. Haskell. 



Ward I. — John R. Dufur. 

Noble M. Perkins. 
Ward 2. — Nehemiah Boynton. 

George W. Churchilh 

COMMON COUNCIL. 

Frank B. Fay, President, 

Ward 1. — Lewis Smith, Jr., Zepha- 
niah Bassett, William E. DonnelL 
William Hawes, Joshua C. Mayo. 

Ward 2* — Stephen Sibley, William 
R. Pearmair.., Francis Low. Jr., Mark 
Graves, Grin E, Downing-. 

Ward •'>. — James D, Cloutman, 
Thomas C. Dunnelis, James 1'. Farlcv, 
Henry W. Bowcn, Daniel H. Maine," 

Ward -L — Frank B. Fay, John T. 
Hadaway, Andrew L. Haskell, Wm. 
G. Clark, Moses A. Herrick. 

Cm Clerk. — Sam! Bassett ; salary, 
§300 and fees. 

Clerk op Common Council. — John 
W. Fletcher; salary, $300, 

Messenger. — Chas. Howard ; salary, 
M r 0. 

'■'•■.: E iSUREB ANT) COLLECTOR. — SamT 

1 ; a - s e t c : s alary, §7 5 . 

School Committee. — Ward 1. — 
£amT Oreutt, Benjamin Dodge. Ward 
2. — Ber.j. P. Shillaber, Jacob Mitchell. 
■-'■■'■ ' :.-;/. Ward 3. — Tracy P. 
Chccver, Chairman; Joseoh Hockey. 

War4 1. — William C. Brown, William ! Ward 2. — Harvey Rogers, Warden. 

L - ! E. B. Gill, Jr., Clerk. Chas, Caldwell, 

' an op the Poor. —Ward I. j Henry J. Hunt, Charles II. Ferson, 

to Jackson. Ward 2. — Jesse ' Inspectors. 

li '. "■■'■--:- Jt'i,,. \v Lothn>p I WardS. — Joseph Hockey, Warden. 

\ \ 



Assessors, 1858. — Samuel Oreutt, 
Hosea Ilsley, Joseph Wyeth. 

Constables, 1858. —Chas. Howard, 
Darius A. Martin. George W. Milton, 
James E. Barrel!, Erastus Pup-, David 
Wilber, Thomas D. Rice, James B. 
Field. 

Watchmen, 1858. — James E. Bar- 
ren, David Wilber, Richard H. Fuller, 
William R. Swan, Jonathan J. Frost, 
James I Is lev. 

.Special 'Police. — Charles White. 
James B. Field, and the Aldermen and 
and Common Councilmen. 

City Physician, — George W. Otis ; 
salary, $100. 

Superintendent or Stkeets, 1858. 
— Erastus Rugg. 

Board of Health. — The Mayor 
and Aldermen. 

Health Officers. — City Marshal, 
Assistant Marshal, and Watchmen. 

"WARD OFFICERS. 

Ward 1.— Gideon W. Young, War- 
den. James E. Barrell, Clerk. LeviB. 
Samuel S. Adams, W. Weston 



liter, o;; 



M 

Wilso a, Inspectors . 



A 



-.: \ I. — 1 ■ ,mas D. Rice. | Henry J. Coolidge, Clerk. Jolm Vose, 

M v- iu XL, — Erastus Rugg ; I Jr., James Loring, William R. Swan, 

Inspectors. 



■- Marshal, 1S5S.— Ward 4. — Wm.O. Haskell, Warden, 

Et neuu i ; Uii ••- j Charles H. Lovett, ..(?;«•*. George C. 

Ci-rv So'uciTon.-— Meilen Chamber- i Bosson, Bradbury C. Bartlett, Joseph. 

lain; BaLuy, $-l$0. ' Cheever, Inspectors. 



CITY GOVERNMENTS, 

CITT OF FALL RIVER. 



187 



CITY 
ELECTION 

Fiest Monday 

IN 

MARCH. 




APRIL. 



City Charter Granted April 12, 1854; Accepted April 23, 1854. 



CITY OFFICERS, 1858-9. 

JONA. C. BLAISDELL, Mayor, 



Ward L — "William Hill, 

" 2.- — Joshua Remington, 
" 3. — James M. Osborn, 



ALT) E KM "EN. 

I Ward 4. — Walter C. Durfee, 
" 5. — Charles O. Shove, 
« 6. — Ellis Gilford. 



COMMON COUNCIL. 

Benjamin Earl, President. 

. Wat-d L— RichardB. Borden-, Joseph 
Dudley, John Connelly-. 

Ward 2.— Abner L."Wei>tgate,.Thos. 
Burch, Lloyd S. Earl. 

Ward 3. — Ebenezer Luther, Stephen 
B, Gilford, Benjamin Covelh 

Ward i. — Wni.Ii. Jennings, Samuel 
M. Brown, Pore/ O. Brightman. 

Ward -5. — Geo. AT. Fraprie, William 
Chace, Elias C. Nason. 

Ward 6.— Benjamin Earl, Benj. W. 
Miller, Nathaniel Boomer. 

City C;.£rk and Clesk of Board or 
Aldermen.— Alvan S. Ballard. 

Messenger and Clerk of tub Mar- 
ket. — Joseph W. Carpenter. 

Clerk Common Council. — Thomas 
T. Potter. 

City Physician. — Jerome Dwelley. 

City Solicitor. — Simeon Borden. 



FCL. 



t>Ai;:>:FNT. 



City Marshal.— Samuel R. Baffin- I 
ton. 

Assistant Marshals.— -Win. Reed, ; 
Jr., James E, Watson* ] 



SCHOOL COMMITTEE. 

William Maclaren, Chairman. Azar- 
iah S. Tripp, Secretary. Almadns W. 
Tripp, Emery M. Porter, Warren Hath- 
-v.-. y, Samuel A, Chase, Eli Thurston. 

WARD OFFICERS. 

' Ward 1.— Robert C.Brown. Warden. 
David II. Dyer, Clerk. Richmond 
Wordeil, Jas. P. Hiilard, Joseph Gun- 
nel!, Inspectors. 

Ward 2. — Peter C. White, Warden, 
James B. Hathaway, Clerk. Enoch C. 
Brown, Slade W. Earl, Thomas Cheet- 
ham, Inspector*; 

Ward 3.— Benj. F. Winslow, Warden. 
Wm. S. Robertson, Clerk. Richard S. 
Peekhara, James G. Bower., Geo. W. 
Slade, Inspectors. 

Ward 4. — Asa P. French, Warden. 
Geo. A. Borden, Clerk. Geo. Bur'm 
ton, John Anthony 2d, Eleazer EL. 
Chase, Inspectors. 

Ward 5. — E. C. Kilburn, Warden. 
Stephen C. Wrightington, Clerk. Al- 
phonzo Bi r len, h(. N. Darling, jr., A. 
B. Leonard, Inspectors. 

Ward 6. — Zebedee Hunt, Wa 
Bradford Durfee, Clerk. Chas. C. Dil- 
lin ;ha a, Francis A.. Hathaway, Pitman 
Fr e elo ve , In specters. 



188 



MASSACHUSETTS REGISTER. 



CITY 



ELECTION 



First. Monday 



DECEMBER. 



CITY 01 LAWRENCE. 

/if *r%?% Xvk 




CITY 

GOVERNMENT 

ORGANIZED 

FlRST MONDAY 

IX 

JANUARY. 



City Charter Granted March 21, 1853 ; Accepted March 29, 1S53. 



CITS: OFFICERS, 1859. 
HENRY K, OLIVER, Mayos. Salary, $800. 



Ward 1. — Eben. S. Chapman. 
2.-- John S. Stafford.. 

«< 3. — George A. Fuller. 



Ward 4. — Joseph Norris. 
5, — Oliver Bryant. 



6. — Jas. D. 



rick. 



COMMON COUNCIL. 

Wm. I). Lamb, President, 

Ward 1. — Lafayette Branch, Thos. 
Scott, Isaac B. Cobb, 

Ward 2. — Wm, D. Lamb, Hezekiah 
Plummer, Eben. T. Colby. 

Ward Z, — Abel G. Pearson, Caleb 
T. Briggs, Leonard F. Creesy. 

Ward 4. — William Thomas, Larson 
Rice, Allen Wilson. 

Ward 5. — Carlos 0. Glosson* Rufus 
Full r, Geo, S. Merrill. 

Ward b. — J. Q. A. Biirrage, James 
Clark, Alonzo Winkley. 

Cm Clerk. — George R, Howe. 
Salary, $1000. 

Clerk op the Common .Council. — 
Thomas F. Barr. Salary, .-s 1 . 

Treasurer and CoLLECToa. — Na- 
thaniel Wilson. Salary, $200, and 1 
percent. 

SUPERINTENDENT OP STREETS. — El- 
bridge Weston. Salary. 600. 

Messenger.— Charles T. Beedle. 
Salary, $46.5. 

City Marshal. — George W. Potter, 

■' try, $700. 

Cirv Solicitor. — Nathan W. Har- 
mon.. Salary, $275, 

Constables, — John S. Perkins, 
Alu; ^ i'riggs, George W. Potter, 
L n W. Sorter. 

OvEj'.s us of the Poor. — Oliver 
Bryant, Llbri : .•■■ W< s ton, Joseph Nor- 
ris. A; aer rLisnier, Geo. P. Wilson^E. 
B. Allen, Henry Withingtonj Moses 
Nelson. 



Packard. 2. John C. Hoadley. 3. Geo. 
W. Garland. 4. Joseph L). Burt. 5. 
Daniel Hardy. 6. W. F. Gile. . 

SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS. — 

Geo. Packard. Salary, §400. 

Assessors. — James K. Barker, S. 
A. Furbush, E, P. Poor, 

Assistant Assessors. — Simon 
Brown, William R. Spaulding, G. W. 
Potter, Moses Perkins, A. Lang, M. 
Nelson, Sullivan Sweet, John Beetle, 
| k 'C. Barber, George Li^ledeld, Mo- 
ses C. Crocker, Daniel Saunders. 

WARD OFFICERS. 

Ward 1. — John Bickering, JF/trden* 
W. B. Haven, Clerk. L. B. Tinkham, 
Chas. A. Brown, Enoch HewinSj In- 

' Ward 2. — Wm. R. Spalding, War- 
den* F. E. Clarke, Clerk. Berley S. 
Chase, Goo. Wilkins, Jr., Charles R. 
Mason, Inspectors. 

Ward 3. __ Wm. R. Pedrick, Warden. 
Byron Truell, Clerk. Henri D. Barr, 
C. M. Buell, Geo. T. Beckham, In- 

Ward 4. — Leonard Hoyt, Warden. 
Henry II. Barton, Clerk, John W. 
Porte*, Albeit Emerson, Philip Yeaton, 
1 <spectors. 

Ward 5. — John L. Burnham, War- 
d-en. G, F. Stevens, Clerk. Cyrus 
Williams, Edw'd Caufy, W. R. Foster, 
Tnsj i-ctors. 

Ward 6. — Paschal Abbott, Warden. 
A. M. Valpey, ' lerk. John B. How- 
ard, Charles 'Kelsey, Benjamin Ames, 



School Committer:. — Ward 1. Geo. 1 Inspectors, 



CITY GOVERNMENTS. 

CITY OF LOWELL, 



189 



CITY 

ELECTION 

Second Monday 

in 

DECEMBER. 



,%>,- ^" W-\* ^ CITY GOVERNMENT 



t 










ORGANIZED 
First Monday 

IN 

JANUARY. 



City Charter Granted. April 1, 1336; Accepted, April 11, 1830, 



CITY OFFICERS, 1859. 

JAMES COOK, Mayor. Salary, $1,200. 

ALDERMEN, 



Lorenzo G. Howe. 
Paul Hill. 
Darius C. Brown. 
Joshua Converse. 



Samuel J. Yarney. 
Ambrose Lawrence. 
John P. Howe. 
Jonathan P. Folsoxn. 



COMMON COUNCIL. 

Ward L — Charles Wi'Ixins, J. E. 
Webb, William Barnard, W, D. Blan- 
chard. 

Ward L\— Wm. P. Webster, Wm. F, 
Salmon, James M. Howe, David Ni- 
chols. ? 

Ward 3,— B. S. Butterworth, Asahel 
D. Puffer, George Hobson, John Wil- 
loughby. 

Ward L — George W. "Young, Jesse 
Blake* Caleb Crxraoy, G, W. Partridge. 

Ward 5. — Wm. -Goodale, II. G. F. 
Corliss, L. B. Morse, J. G. Peabody. 

Ward 6. — Charles A. Sjott, Levi 
Sntague, Ebenezer Burgess, Leonard 
Brown. 

City Clerk. — John II. McAlviii. 
Salary, $1000. 

Clerk of the Common Council. — 
Jeorge Gardner. Salary, >>150. 

Tkeasurer and Collector. — Isaac 
C Eastman. Salary, $1000. 

Assessors. — Noah F. Gates and 
imos Merriam. Salary, Chairman, 
|»SO0 ; ea*h of the other-, $500. 

SUPERINTENDENT OF STREETS. — Wil- 
der Bennett. Salary, $900* 
Ciyil Engineer — Rich. W. Baker. 



S id .-■ 



*550. 



CrrvM 



EN GEE 



•iienj. 



City Marshal. — Ebon II. Rand. 
Salary, $1100. 

City Auditor. — George Gardner. 
Salary, $600, and as Clerk of tio^;d. of 
Assessor* $150. 



Superintendent of Street Lames. 

— Wm. H. Hardy. Salary, $600. 

City Librarian. — Eliphaiet Hills, 
Salary, $600. 

SCHOOL COMMITTEE. 

1858 and 1859. — John L. Cheney, 
Frederick Hinckley, Charles Cowley, 
Edward F. Sherman, Beiij. Walker. 

1859 and I860.— James C. Abbott, 
Moses G. Howe, Wm. North, David 
G. Lang, Dldin -Kicfeols, Geo. Stevens. 

WARD OFFICERS. 

Ward 1.— Benj. S. Ireson, Warden; 
Frederick Baron, Clerk; Aaron R, 
Grant, Jas. C. Powell, Win. A. Wright, 
Inspectors. 

Ward 2,— Joseph B. V. Coburn, 
Warden; Crawford Burnham, Clerk; 
Lemuel H, Jones. Joshua N. Marshall, 
George N. Gsgoe-d, Inspectors. 

Ward 3. — Harrison G. Blaisdell, 
Warden; John F. Billings, ( ! >■'■;., Gil- 
man Tuttle, Hamilton Burrage, Henry 
. Hull, Inspectors. 

| Ward 4.— Benj. Goddard, Warden; 
i Lester fi. Latham, Clerk; A. S. FoL 
' lansbee, Benjamin Walker. Hubbard 
j Wilson, Inspectors. 
! Ward 5.— Josiah G, Peabody, War- 
\ & ;,; Edv Ln Larason, Clerk; Arthur 
j A.. Cambridge, George L. Harris, Jo- 
; seph L. i arubridge, Inspectors. 
i Ward 6— Albion J.' Dudley, War- 
! \ " ,• Wm. J. Burnham, Clerk; Eion 
} A. Sanborn, Francis Brown, John S. 
i Jaqu.es, Inspectors. 



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M A SS A CH U SETTS ' REGTSTE R. 

CITY OF LYNX. 




DECEMBER. 



CITY GOVERNMENT 



ORGANIZED 



First Monday. 



JANUARY. 



City Charter Granted April 10, i860; Accepted May 14, 1850. 



CITY OFFICERS, 1859. 
EDWARD S. DAVIS, Mayor. Salary, $400. 

ALDERMEN. 



Daniel D. Clark. ^ 
James hi. Sargent. 
John WooMredge. 
George E. Emery. 



Jacob M. Lewis. 
Thomas Stacey. 
Henry Durant. 
(One vacancy.) 



COMMON CO 'J NOIL. 



Fire Department. — James Stone, 

J Chief Engineer ; salary, j£50. John- A. 

Thurston. Daniel I',' Chase, Richard 

Connor, George B. Currier, Oliver 

Ramsdell, Engineers. 

Overseers oe the Poor. — Ben ja- 
ias - 1 min Mudge, Chairman; salary, $100, 
Dennison Gage, Green Page, Henry 
B. NewhaU, Hiram West. 



Nathan Clark, President. 
Ward 1. — John R. Jordan. 
Ward 2. —Robert Rarasdall. 
Ward 3. — William Ch&se, Jr., Ed- 



G. Clark. 

Ward -'. — Nathan Clark, Joseph 
Marsion, Edwin Patch. Phipps Mnnroe, 
Jos s Haines. 

Y\ srd 5. — William H. Harney, Jo- 
si :>■■ tl, M:anir5.Farson9/C.Hi.ll, Naihan 
A lUmsdcll, Isaac Young. 

\y ar d 6 — Joseph M. Ruwell, Joseph 
G. Taylor, Noah Robinson, Nathan 
Jenkins, Henrv W. lord. 

Ward 7. — John Raddin. 

Crrt Clerk, Collector, and Clerk 
or Board of Aldermen. — Ephraim 
A. Ingails; salary, §700 and fees. 

Clerk of Common Council. — Cvrus 
M, Tracy, 

Treasurer, — Win. Bassett ; salary, 

CrrY Messenger.— Win. II. Lewis ; 
Salary, $ £00. 

Cir-f Marshall. — John A. Thurs- 
ton ; s dary, £-500. 

i a ■ ■-. Committee. — Rev. Loranus 
Cr «*vll, < \airman. Rev. Alfred Owen, 



WARD orncERs. 

Ward 1.— -Barnes Short, Warden. 
George W. Vincent, Clerk. William 

B. Oilman, Samuel B. Perkins, Nelson 
N. Kent, Inspectors. 

Ward 2..— Charles II. Hudson, War- 
den. Charles P. Tucker, Clerk. Addi- 
son Gage, E. D. Rhodes, Charles F. 
Richardson, Inspectors. 

Ward 3. — Abel Bates, Warden. 
Henry W. Rogers, Clerk. W. W. 
Kimball, Daniel F. Proctor, Jr., Henry 

C. Burrill, Inspectors. 
Ward 4.— Richard D. Beede, War- 
den. Charles It. Downing, Clerk, 
Aaron O. Atwill, Theodore L. Ingails, 
Oliver G. Parsons, Inspectors. 

Ward 5. — Ruins Kimball, 'Warden. 
Wilbur F. Baeheller, Clerk. Benjamin 
P. Alley, Sam'l H. Baeheller, Alpheus 
II. I; reed, Inspector's. 
ms. - Abner NewhaU, H* N. • ard 6. — Gardiner Tufts, Warden. 

Breed. . ! Thomas P. Nichols, Clerk. Samuel fi. 

City Solicitor. — Dean Feabody ; I Peck, William H. Merritt, Eben P. 



fai-u y, $1*0. 

CrrY P fTSici Lsr, — Isaac P. Gat 
loupe ; salary* S7<>. 

Sitkyb-yoh of IIo.owavs. — Jame; 
Stone: salary", $500. 



Berry, Inspectors. 

Ward 7. — John Shepard, Warden, 
Joseph H. Homan, Clerk. Solomon 
Moulton, W. I. AUwill, James Lunni* 
Inspectors. 



CITY GOVERNMENTS. 

CITY OF NEW BEDFORD, 



191 



CITY 

ELECTION 
First Monday 

IK 

MARCH. 




: "^2-^^'5?.x;\ GOVERNMENT 

ORGANIZED 



i] First Monday 




APRIL, 



City Charter granted March 9, 1847; accepted March IS, 1847. 



CITY OFFICEKS, 1859. 
WILLARD 2SFTE, Mayor. Salary, $800, 

ALDERMEN. 

Ward 1. — Sherman White. Ward 4-.--Jc.hn. Hasu 

" 2. — Calvin Staples. 
" 3.— Cyrus W. Chapman. 



J.-h 



n xiunc. 



" 6. — Henrv T. Wood. 



COMMON COUNCIL. 

Nathan E. Hammefct,, President. 

Isaac M. Richardson, Clerk. Salary, 
$200. 

W r afd i._ Edward JliTIiken, Caleb 
Hammond, Ambrose E. Luce, John A. 
Pock. 

Ward 2. — John W. Sailings, John 
P. Knowles, Chas. II. Taber, Thatcher 
C, Hatch. 

Ward S.~Wm. G. Taber, Daniel 
Homer, Peleg Butts, Gideon T. Saw- 
vcr. 

Ward 4.— Nathan E. Hammett, Si- 
t« ■ m Ashley, Edmund Anthony. Edw. 
■L Robinson, 

Ward 5. — Cornelius Rowland, Fred. 
S. Allen, George 11. Taber, Lawrence 
Grirmell. 

r.on P. Pollock, J. G. 



Ward 6.— 
>pe, 



I Hart. 

. City Clerk. ~- Sanford S. Horton. 

' ' - '.rv, .s7-"<0. 

l*HKA*.UItER ANO COLLECTOR. — Jam OS 

: '• Congdon. Salary, §1 100. 
r -iv Solicitor. — Win. W. Crapo. 
: 'ty Bell Ringer. — Isaac 33 am es. 
' i rv M bssexger. — Lloyd II. Brooks. 

'■ "^Marshal Elias Terry, Salary, 



Assistant Marshals. — Thomas A. 
Rowland, Luther M. Dayton, Horatio 
N. Kimball, Lorenzo D. J. Sears. 

Assessors at Large. — Ezra K. De- 
lano, Henry S. Packard, Tillson B, 
Penh/am. 

Assistant Assessors. — "Ward ], 
John Kirk. Ward 2, John Arrant. 
Ward 3, David B. Wilcox. Ward 4, 
Rufus' Sherman. Ward o, James R. 
Denham. Ward 6, Henry Holcomb. 

Overseers or Puor. — Mayor, C . ' - 
man, ex officio. Josiah Macy, Alanson 
WiDiston, Silas Stetson, Samuel S. 
Paine, John N. Barrows, Caleb L. 
Ellis. 

SCHOOL COMMITTEE. 

Timothy Stove, Chair/nan. 

William Howe, Secretary. 
*Ward L — Win, G. E. Pope, Win. 
F. Ditrfee, Asahel Cobb. 

Ward 2. — Edwin L. Barney, Henry 
R, Wilcox, Eliphalet W. Kerrey, 

Ward 3. — Timothy Stowe, Shipley 
W. Bumpus, Chas. L Swa/.ey. 

Ward L — n'- bedeck Craig, Chas.T. 
Bonney, George W. Stearns. 

Ward 5. — Win, Howe, Am as a L. 
Gleason, Thomaali. Rodman. 

Ward 6. — Isaac II. Coe, Charles C. 
Saver, Ferderick A. Washburn. 



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CITY OP NEWBURYPORT. 



CITY 



ELECTION 



IN 



DECEMBER. 




Second Monday —^ v ~;v |' •£==,- 



GOVERNMENT 



ORGANIZED 



First Monday 



JANUARY. 



City Charter Granted May 14, 1351; Accepted Juno 6, 1851, 



CXTV OPFIOTTRS, 1859. 

ALBERT CURRIEK, Mayor. 

ALDERMEN. 



Ward L — Moody U. Cook. 
•• 2. — RajphC. Huse. 
« 3. — Chas. W, Davenport. 



Ward 4. —Frederick J. Coffin. 
" 5. — Edward BuTrill. 
" G. — Geo. \Y. Jacknian, Jr., 



COMMON COUNCIL. 

Henry C. Perkins President. 

Ward 1. —Philip IT. Richardson, 
Isaac Hale, Jr.. Charles C. Dame. 

Ward 2.— Moody Ltuit, Hiram P. 
M t< intosh, Isaac P. No] es. 

Ward 3. — Henry C, Perkins, Geo. 
J. George, Wrn. A. Davis. 



OVEIISEEHS OP THE P00E. 



Ward 1. 



Nathaniel Hunt. 



Ward 3. — David Currier. 
Ward 4. — Henry Stover, Chairman. 
Ward 5. — John Teel, Secretary. 
•Ward fi. — Thomas Merrill, Jr. 

Assessors. -—.Nathan*! Greely, Join 



Ward L- John ST. Pike, Isaac P. H u , e , Pottle iliehard S0 n. 

feeavey, V>m. J. Gre^ev j Assistant Assessors. —Edward H. 

V -' : V •'•— U - u - [i - Hiise* John 1\ j Holland, Thomas H. Gould, W Coffin, 
i . _••, 1 >amel u. Cutter. 

Ward 6. — John A. True, John D. 
Pik. , Wm. J. Currier. WAKD cfficbes. 

( :iy Clerk.—- Eleazer Johnson. Sal- 1 Ward 1. — Samuel Brookings, War- 
try, $iO0 and fees. j r / m . Jacob G. Brown, CtV/:. Charles 

Messenger. — David E. Cntter. j IT. Goodwin, John M. Ewin, Wm. M. 
Salary, $300 Kimball, Inspectors. 

.U ! ir. i .~, t_-l_ 



Cleiik Common Co-tncil. — Joseph 
11. Bragdom. Salary, $50. 

Treasurer \nd Coli ector. — DanT 
Granger. '' Salary, §600. 



School committee 
I'- S. Moseley, Prcsi 



Warden 

Henrv Parmentcr, Mat- 



Ward 
thew Morrhun. 

v < • i 2.— Richard Plumer, Nath'l 
Pierce. 

VN r$ '• Warren Currier, Benj. R. 

K: p. 

'-.'• it .1 I. —John Q. A. Stone, SarnT 
J. Spalding. 

Wurd 5."— "Edw'd S Mosfeley, David 

W,,,i. 

Ward G. — Henry Merrill, Jr., Fran- 
cis A. Howe. 



Ward 2. — John F. Stiekney. War- 
den. C. N. Haskell, Cierl:. Stephen 
Bartlett, Geo. W. Hunt, F. B. Stiek- 
ney, Inspectors. 

Ward 3. — Pen}. Davis, Jr., Warden. 
Wm. C. Plimiraer, ClerL Samuel A. 
Smith, Libert}- C. Bailou, Joseph Pick- 
ett, Inspectors. 

Ward 4,— Daniel H. Smith, War- 
den. Chas. W. Parley, Clerk. Joseph 
B. Creasey, Charles li. Sargent, And- 
rew J. Fiaines, Inspectors. 

SVardo.— ( has, A. Milliard, War- 
den. John Teel, Clerk. William P. 
Jones, Joseph J. Walker, Benj. New- 
man, Inspectors. 

Ward 6. — Joel Lancey, Warden. 
j Gen. L. Jackman, Clerk. Eben P. 
j Cutter, John D. Pike, Spragtie Chase. 
' Inspectors. 



CITY 
ELECTION 

Second Monday 

in 

DECEMBER. 



CITY GOVERNMENTS. 

CITY OF I10XCUKE 



193 




1630. <^ 




GOVERNMENT 

ORGANIZED ' 

First Monday 
in 
JANUARY. 



City Charter Granted March. 12, 1840 ; Accepted March 25, 1848, 



CITY OFFICERS, 1859. 
THEODORE OTIS, Mayor. Salary, $1200. 

ALDERMEN. 

At Large. — George Lewis, Joshua IE Fcwle, Wm. B. May. 
Ward 1.— William Curtis. J Ward 3, --John C Clapp. 

*** 2. — Benj. S. Noyes. " 4. — Alonzo W. Folsom.' 

Ward 5. — George Frost, 1st. 

[ Almshouse. — Ezra Young, Superin- 
tendent; salary, S-jOO. Joseph 11. 
Streeter, Physician; salary, $'100« 

School Committee. — Horatio G. 
Morse, Chairman. — At 'Large, — Geo. 



COMMON COUNCIL. 

Bbenezer W. Bumstead, President. 
War! I.-— Allen Putnam, B. F. Camp- 
bell, William Morse, Asa Wvman. 



Ward 2-. — Gideon B. Richmond, j Putnam, A'rial I. Gurumirjgs. William 



a hatcher F. Sweat, Albert Batehelder, 
John M. Marston. 

Ward 3. — Patrick H. Rogers, Alfred 
G. Hall, William H. Ward, Malcolm 
McLauthlin. 

Ward 4.— John R. Hall, Hartley E. 
Wftod bridge. John H. Buiiord, Francis 



A Crafts. Ward I. Horatio G. Morse, 
Franklin Williams. 2. Joshua Seaver, 
Ira Allen i 3. Timothy R. Nute, Ilieh- 
ard Garvey. . 4. Jos. N. Brewer, John 
W. Olmstead. 5. Edwin Ray, Robert 
P. Anderson. 

Joshua Seaver, Secretary of the Com- 



rreernnn. j mittoe. 

Ward o. — Eben.W. Bumstead, Thos. I Chief Engineer Tire Depmitmss'X. 
Farmer, John Dove, John T. Ellis. — James Munroe. Salary, $225. 

City Clerk and Clerk Board of City Marshal. — Benjamin Mertiaui. 

Aldermen. — Jos. W. Tucker. Salary, j Salary,. $2.'Z6 per day. 
§1000. ' Commissioner oe Streets. — Moses 

Clerk op Common Council. — Frank- ! II. Libbey, 
lin Williams. Salary, §200. ward officers. 

Treasurer and Collector. — Jos, 1 Ward 1. - — John Jones, Warden; 
W. Dudley. Salary, §1400. 'Joseph Bugbee, Clerk; Chas. Erskine. 

City Physician. — Arial I. Cum- | Mason G. Field, Lafayette litchtiekl, 
ffiings. Salary, §200. Inspectors. 

City Solicitor. — William Gaston. Ward 2. — Joshua Seaver, Warden ; 

Salary, $$00. j Anthony B. Shaw, Clerk; Square G. 

Messenger.— Win. N. FelSon. Sal- j Brooks,* Henry B. Phelps, Henry E. 
ary, $55 tj. j Linjjharn, Inspectors. 

Assessors. — Joshua Seaver, Joseph j Ward .'5. — David Simpson* Warden;. 



N. Brewer, EnosE. Bronsdon. Salary, 
$Jo0 each. Clerk hire, §100. 

Assis £ k s r Ass f.s s o ns. — Ward 1 . 
Joseph liughee. 2. Gera Farnum. 3. 
Sylvester L. Ward. 4. Daniel W. 
Glidden. 5. Win. Barton. Sal. S'-O ea. 

Oterseers of the Poo a. — The 

Mayor, Chairman ex. officio. Ward 1. 

kVarren Marsh. 2. "ira Allen. 3. 

John McEiroy. 4. Nelson VYorthen. 

5. Joseph B. Young. 

IS 



Michael J. Kiltian, Clerk; Ed w. Kenny*. 
Jonathan M. Harmon, John Mahoney,, 
Inspectors. 

Ward 4.— George Curtis Witrdin ; 
Geo. J. Hopkins, Clerk; Silas Dole, 
Holman Page, Geo. A. Kittrredgc, /*- 
speciors. 

Ward 5. — Henry Parkhurst, War- 
den; Oliver J. Curiia, Clerk; VV'm. II. 
Mcintosh, Mitchell Leavitt, H. C. Sto- 
well, Inspectors 



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MASSACHUSETTS REGISTER. 

CITY 01 SALEM. 



CITY 



ELECTION 



Sbgond Monday 



JANUARY 




GOVERNMENT 



ORGANIZED 



Fourth Monday 



JANUARY. 



City Charter Granted March. 23, 1833 ; Accepted April 4, 1838. 



CITY OFFICERS, 1S59. 
NATHANIEL SILSBIE, Mayor. Salary, §'300. 

ALDEKMEN. 

David Moore. S. W. Robertson. 

Benjamin H. Silsbee. Daniel P. Fitz. 

Charles M. Richardson. Joseph II. Towne. 



Common Council. 
Henry L. Williams, President, 

Ward 1,— Ja.irus W. Perry, Eben N. 
Walton, Andrew J. Tlbbets, Benj. M. 
Per kins, 

Ward 2. — Charles Lamson, Daniel 
Henderson, Thomas H. LexWour. Wm. 
McMullan. 

Ward 3. — Chas. Harrington, John 
Preston, Dana Z. Smith, William G. 
Choate. 

Ward-*.-- Henry L. Williams, George 
F. Putnam, S. G. Wheatland, George 
R. Chapman, 

Ward 5. — Simeon Flint, Lewis E. 
Wenlworth, Samuel A. Merrill, Charles 
Green. 

Ward 6. — James Ropes, Stephen 
Curran, Charles A. Ropes, James II. 
Conrey. 

City Clep.k.. — Jos. Cloutman. Sal- 
ary, £9 00. 

Clkhk Common Council. — J. M. 
Ncwhall, Salary, $100. 

Tar; iflUER AND Coi.r ncron. — Chas. 
Symonds. Salary, .$1)00. 



1 8 5 H. — Th o m as B . 



City Marshai 
Perkins. Salary, ^S00. 

A.»rt»STANT Marshals, 18>38. — James 
Palrymple, Edward Collins, Harrison 
G,;S jsoner. Salary, .-. ■■'; )0 each, 

c. < 1- s^oN-Kit ox Streets. — Perley 
Putnam. Salary, $000. 



B. Lane, James Kimball, John Jewett, 
Josiah Spaulding, Oliver Thayer, Wil- 
liam F. Nichols, Aaron Perkins, Eieazer 
Austin, Aivah A. Evans, George F. 
Brown. 

Assessors, 185S. — Thomas S. Jewett, 
Jonathan Tucker, Charles E. Symonds. 

School Committee, 18-59.— Mayor 
and President of the Common Council, 
ex-GJficio ; Franklin T. Sanborn, G. L. 
Streeter, George Andrews, Jacob Per- 
ley, Joseph Chishndm, George F. Read. 
3 years ; George Upton, N. B. Perkins, 
George W". Briggs, James M. Hoppiri, 
Ripley Ropes, J. Shove Symonds, 2 
years; Lucius Wells, Wm. B. Brown, 
Geo. Leeds, James A. Dnlton, A. Gold- 
thwait, Jr., II. J. Cross, I year. 

WAKD OFFICEES. 

Ward 1. — Charles Upton, Warden ; 
J.L.Whipple, Clerk; John H. Wii- 
I liams, Israel C. Abbott. Assistants. 

Ward 2.— J. P, Harris, Warden ; 
John IL Wilkins, Clerk ; SamT Calley, 
Charles P. Osborne, Assistants. 

Ward .'3 — Albert Da«, Warden; I). 
R. Peabody, Clerk; Hezekiah Sleeper, 
Thomas B. Flowers, Assistants* 

Ward 4.— Thos. F. Odell, Warden ; 
James F. Potter, Clerk; Charles II. 
Daniels, Joseph Very. Assistants. 

Ward '). — Joseph Chi&holm, Warden ; 
Aaron Goldthwait. Jr., Clerk : Charles 



CirY Mt-.SSenoer, 1858. — Wm.Mar.s- j H. Xorris, Geo. I). Glover, Assistant*. 

fifeld. Sakry, $->50. I Ward 0.— James Ropes, Warden; 

OvKi;«'tEaa of Voou. — The Mayor, < Benjamin ii. Smith, Clerk; Thomas 

and Juhn Preston, John Liuse, Edwd. Symonds, Thomas Ashhy, Assistants. 






CITY GOVERNMENTS. 105 

CITY OF SPRINGFIELD. 



GOVERNMENT 




v ORGANIZED 



F'£R?r Moxdvy 



JANUARY. 



City Charter Granted April 12, 1S52 ; Accepted April 21, 1852. 



CITY OFFICERS, 1859. 
WILLIAM B. CALHOUN, Mayob. Salary, $400. 



ALDERMEN, 



Ward 1.— Channcpy L. Covell. 
4 * 2. — Roger S. Moore. 
" 3. — Edmund Freeman, 
•■ ; i, — Daniel L. Harris. 



Ward 5. — William Hitchcock. 
*• 6. — J. G. Capron. 
" 7. — Horace Smlch. 
» 8 George W. Holt. 



COMMON COoNClL. 

A. N. Merrick, President. 
Ward 1. — Joshua M. Harrington, 
J*™k-\T. Cooley. John Y. Jones. ! °- Mcintosh, Chr-k. Henry Cla 



WARD OEFICEES. 

Ward l.—Tyler Childs, Warden 



Ward 2.— George IL Roberts, Lewis ! ^^hard Bliss* W. S. Wood, la^ct .-..-. 

II- Taylor, Ghirdon C. Judsori. j " ard 2.— Henry A. Rohmson, M •- 

Ward 3.— A.N. Merrick, DanTGav, \ clsn - Heman Smith r.V.t. \. S. 

Hosea C. Lombard. " ! Direllcy, Charles Oaborn, I). H. Brig- 

Ward 4.— .Samuel Leonard. Alfred ha Hj Tiujieetors 



Rowe, Reuben T. 45 afford, j T «vard 3- 

Ward 3.-- Theodore Bishop, Walter ' 
Mavnard, Waiter North. 

Ward H.— Isaac D. Gibbons. 

Ward 7.— Ransley Hall. 

Ward 8.— Warren L. Shaw. 

SCHOOL COMMITTEE. 

At Large— Josiah Hooker. 
W ar d t.—R. E. Htldreth. 

«« 2— J. E. MeTntrre. 

" 3. — Rev. Samuel Osgood. 

" I. — Charles Marsh. 

.« .x—Y. L. Owen. 

«« 6.--E. L. Hall. 

" 7.— John Kimberly. 

- 8— Marcus W- Fav. 



City Clekk and Tkeascreb.. — >lo- 
soph lugraham. 

r'l.K-K Common Council. — Lucius 
K. Lttdd, 

C:ry MiiiSHAt.— Otis Childs. 



Dickinson. }| 'arden. 
Lewis ... 
| Fitts, C. Ward, Luther Bliss Jr., .'.- 
spwtors. 

Ward 4. — Augustine Burt, J!'-.--.-. 
Roswell G. ShurtletF, Clerk. Win. Lk 
Webster, John \V. Bliss, John MeL.- 
w at n , hispecto rs . 

Ward 5.— E. A. Strong ir-r,'- .... 
Georiye Hosmer. Clerk. John Ilannis, 
E. P/Chapin, Philo IL Cook, /■. _• > 
tors. 

Ward 6 E. M. Holcomb, Warden. 

Robert Cro^sett, Clark. Jas, L. White, 
Charles B. Rice, Obed Peck. / ■,••-.■■. 

Ward 7— W. G. Rurdick, Ward - . 
Peter Valentine, Chirk. Orrin M. 
Lombard, EH Ik Cook, Norton F. 
Bates Inspectors. 

Ward 8.— Milton- Foster, rr,.- ; . 
J -.- .h P. Webster, Clerk. Iliwrn 
Warner, Lk P. Robhins, John Glid : l. 
Inspectors. 



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CITY OF WORCESTER. 



CITY 

ELECTION 

Second Monday 

IN 

DECEMBER. 
City Charter granted Feb. 9,18-18.; Accepted March 18, 1843. 




CITY OFFICERS, 1659. 
ALEXANDER H. BULLOCK, Major. Salary, $600. ' 

ALDERMEN. 

Ward 1. — Alexander Thayer. Ward 5. — Isaac Goddard. 

" 6. — Loring Goes. 

« 7, _D. Waldo Lincoln. 



44 2 J. M. C. Armsby, 

" 3. — Jonas Bartlett. 



4. — Pliny Holbrook. 



D. S. Messenger. 



COMMON COUNCIL. 

John W. Wetherell, President. 



Ward 3. — John J. Power, A, L. 

Burbank, Jonas Bartlett. 

Ward 4. — Aivan Allen, | Samuel 

^ ,^ ard ^~;. lla:lSOra ,^•^ 0ula, f nry Hathaw&T, S. D.Harding. 

P. Nichols, Timothy W.Hammond. Ward 5. — Ebenezer Cutler, S. Y. 

Ward 2. — Lucius W . Loud, A. 13. : Stone, Thomas Magennis. 

R. Sprague, John Barnard. j Yy ard 6 . „ wiiiard Ward, D. A. 



Ward 3. — James E. Estabrcok, Wal- 



Goddard, Albert W. Curtis, 



ter Henry, Lyman Erown. Ward 7> _7. p ; , g. Jones, D. W. 

Ward 4. — Charles B. Pratt, William j j« au , lcc y? w Rice _ 

Adams, Appleton Dadmun. ! Ward 8.' ~ William Workman, E.F. 

Ward o.- John Simmons, S. \ . | chamberlin, D wight Foster, 
Stone, Henry Murry. 

XYi.id 6. — George P. Barton, Edwin j Overseers of the Poor. — Word 1. 

J;- er, Dana IT. Fit eh. ! 0. P. Gilbert, 2. Samuel Banister. 






L. Ilevwood, A, ! 3. 3D. G. Temple. 4. James MeFar- 



G. Goes, Edwin Morse. j land. o. Patrick O'Rourke. 6. Edwin 

Ward 8-.— JohnW. W r etherell, Geo. ! Draper. 7. Julius E. Tucker. S. John 
A. Chamberlain, Win. Greenleaf, 1 Hammond. 

,, _, _ , « . v ' o -, Assistant Assfssors. — Ward 1. Lu- 

Lity Clerk,— Samuel-Smith. Sala- ; ther SIater> 2 . W. A. P. Smith. 3. 
ry, *.;>0 and lees. ^ | Jason \ Temple. 4. F. F. Phelps, o. 

Cl&uk of Common Council. — Wil- i Aliied Talc . 6 . T osiah W . Allen. 
ham A. South. Salary. $200. j 7> RuMdl K . Sliepard . 8 . Marshall 

Ireasurer and Collector. — Geo. 
W. Wheeler. Salary, $800. 

City Solicitor. *- Dwight Foster. 

Acditor, — Gill Valentine. 

* .H, ' xr _. . ir ,, ! Farland, John M. Studley ; salary, 

1 ity Messenger. — David Gleason. : &.J0O each. 

' - .*-, ir - v ' '-*'-"• Co.NST.MiLFs. — William S. Lincoln, 

• 1 HjstciAN. — J. Marcus Lice, j John M Studle Wm# W . Pratt. Jas. 
-■ ■ . §200. 



mp: 

City Marshal. — William S. Lin- 
coln. Salary, §900. 
Salary, j Deputy Marshals. — James Mc- 



Co M M ! aa i ( > N F.R O F III HVVA IS . — II Oil r V 



WOO. 



Chec .. 



M( Farland, Jeremiah Kane, Ohiey B. 
: Chase, George B. Coleman, Calvin W. 
; Antier. 
j Captain or Watch. — James Mc- 



Farland, $150. 

ool committee. Watchmen. — John W. Davis, Chas. 

Ward L — O. P. Gilbert, Wm. S, j W. Wentworth, William B. Martin, 

Green, N; IX. Andrews. Geo. F.Newton, Francis C Bigelow, 

Ward 2. -—Timothy K. Earle, O. K. John (J. Goes, Walter II. Dugan, Silas 

Earle, Wcrdcr Reynolds. } Ciapp. 



NEW ENGLAND REGISTER. 



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NEW ENGLAND REGISTER. 



The six New England States embrace an area of 6 5,8o-5 square miles, being about 
one-third larger than the State of New York. Thp number of square miles in Maine 
is 32,628; New Hampshire, 9,4L1; Vermont, 10,212; Massachusetts, 7,500 ; Rhode 
Island, 1,340; Conne tijat, 4,751. 



STATE ELECTION 

OX THE 

Second Monday in 
SEPTEMBER. 



STATE OF MAINE. 

Capital, AUGUSTA. Population in 1350, 583,169 



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LEGISLATURE convenes at 

AUGUSTA, 

First Wednesday in 

JANUARY. 



OFFICERS FOR IS 5 9. 

LOT M. MORRILL, of Augusta, Governor. 
Almond Loud, 
Rutus Norton, 

GlSO R G E T K OR N D IKE, 

Dennis N. Mil liken, 



COUNCIL. 



William Merrtam, 
Aaron A. Wing, 
Washington" Long. 



Noah Smith, Jr., Calais, Secretary of 

State. 

Benj. D. Peck, Portland, Treasurer. 

Davis Tillson, of Rockland, Adjutant 
General. 

Noah Barker. Exeter, Land Agent. 

Thomas W. Hix, Rockland, Warden of 
of State Prison. 

Henry M. Harlow, Augusta, Supt. of 
Insane Hospital, 

>-^\ Seamman, Cape Elizabeth, Supt. 
of Stale Reform School. 

Mark H. Dunnell, Norway, Superinten- 
dent of Common Schools. 

Robert Go^denow, Farmtrrgton '; Wm, 



TIMES AND PLACES OF HOLDING THE 
SUPREME JUDICIAL COURT. 

Law Terms. 

Western District, at Portland, second 
Tuesday July. 

Mi idle District, at Augusta, third 
Tuesday June. 

Eastern District, at Bangor, fourth 
Tuesday May. 

FOR THE TRANSACTION OF CIVIL AND 
CRIMINAL BUSTNESS. 

[Those marked with a star (*) are for the transaction 
of civil business only.] 



County of Androscoggin, at Auburn, -kh. 
dobcro, Ba> fc- Cornmia- j Tuesday Jan., Apr;!, and Autrusi, 

! County of Aroostook, at I-l'ouitbn, 2d 
William T. Johnson, of Augusta. Speak- | Tues. March, and 3d Tuesday Septem i r. 
of the House of Representatives. Countv of Cumberland,* at Portl mil, 3d 



sicmen 
er 



nd April, and 2d Tuesday 



j County 

Tuesdays Jai 
j of October- 
i County of Franklin, at Farruington, 3d 

j Tuesday's April and October. 

County of Hancock, at Ellsworth, 4th 
Tuesdays April and October. 

Countv of Kennebec, at Augusta, 1st 
I Tuesday", March, 3d Tuesday August, and 

4th Tuesday November. 
j County of Lincoln', at Wiscasset, 1st 
Tuesday May and 1st Tuesday of Oeto- 
Igesof the S. J. C. are appointed by \ ber, at Rockland on the 4th Tuesday of 
Sovern-or for a term of 7 years. i January. 



r George W. Wilcox, Gardiner, Clerk cf 
the House of Representatives. 

Charles W. Goddard, of Danville, Pres- 
ident of the Senate. 

J. B.Hall, Presque Isle, Secretary of the 
State. 



JUDICIARY OF MAINE. 

SUPREME JUDICIAL COURT. 



J ih S. "L;.rcy, Norridgewock, Chief 

I).;:, t>\ Goodenow, Alfred; Richard D. 
Rice, Augusta ; John Appietcu, Bangor; 
Joshua v,'. Hathaway, Bangor; Jonas 



County of Oxford, at Paris, 2d Tuesdays 
March, August, and November, 

Countv of Penobscot,* at Bangor, Lt 

Tuesdays January, April, and October. 
County of Piscataquis, at Dover, last 



Cutting. Bangor; Seth May, Winthrop ; j Tuesday February and 2d Tuesday Sep- 
:rv Davis, Portland, — 'Associate j tember." 

Justices. ' | Count} of Sagadahoc, at Bath, 1st Tues- 

Salary of the Chief and of the Associate i day April, 3d Tuesday August, and cd 

Justi a, ^ISOOeach. Tuesday December. 

Nubau D. App'Mon. Alfred, Attorney J County of Somerset, at Norridgewock, 

Gi erai. Salary, '&IQ00, ; 3d Tuesdays March, September, and De- 

Timothy Ludden, Turner, Reporter of j comber. 

Decisions. Salary, $ 1000. County of Washington, at Machias, 1st 



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MASSACHUSETTS REGISTER. 



Tuesday of January, 4th Tuesday of April, I Somerset— Stephen D. Lindsey, Nor- 
and lst'Tuesdav of October. ridgewock. 

rt ntyof u-,|Jo. at Belfast, 1st Tues- Waldo — Seth L. Miliikcn, Belfast. 
.-,... ;:M ivy.* May, and October. Washington — Charles W. Porter, M.a- 

C uuty of'York, at Alfred, 1st Tuesday } chias. 
J r.mtry and April, and 3d Tuesday in 
■ ruber. 



TKE TRANSACTION. 01 

BUSINESS ONLY, 



1IMI2TAL 



Cumberland, at Portland, 1st Tuesday 
March, 1 ri s t Tuesday July, and last Tues- 
of November. 

Penobscot^ at Bangor, first Tuesday 
February, and 1st Tuesday of August. 

Clerks of the Judicial Courts. 

[Elected by the people, for a term of 
three years.] 

Androseoggin — Josiahl). Pulsifcr, Au" 
burn. 

Aroostook — Benj. L. Staples, Houlton. 

Cumberland — Obadiah G. Cook, Port- 
Ian L 

Franklin — Alanson B. Farwell, Farm- 
ir.it or.. 

Hancock — Parker W. Perry, Ellsworth. 

Kennebec — Wm. M. Stratton, Augusta. 

Lincoln. — Edwin Rose, Wiscasset. 

Oxford— Sidney Perhara, Paris. 

Penobscot — Augustus S. French, Ban- 
go-. 

Piscataquis — Ephraim r lint, Dover. 

Sagadahoc — A,"C. Hewey, Bath. 



York — James 0. Mclntire, Alfred. 
Uniied Stales Court. 



Nathan Clifford, Portland, Circuit, Judge. 
Ashur Ware. Portland, District Judge. 
Geo. F. Shepley, Portland, [District At- 
torney. 

Wru. K. Kimball. Paris, U. S. Marshal. 

Geo. F. Emery, Portland, Clerk of Cir~ 
cuit Covrt. 

Wm. P. Preble, Jr., Portland, Clerk of 
District Court. 



Judges of the Municipal and Police Courts. 

Wm. "Paine, Portland. 
Jacob Smith, Bath. 
Spencer A. Pratt. Bangor. 
Samuel Titcornb, Augusta. 8 

Nathaniel Meservey, P.ockland. 
Henry Orr, Brunswick. 
Luther Braekett, Calais. 
William Palmer, Gardiner. 
Joseph Williamson, Belfast. 
Samuel K Gilman, Hallowell. 
William Berry, Biddeford. 
[Elected by the people of their respec- 
tive cities and towns at the annual meet- 
| ings in March, for a term of four years.] 

Probate Officers. 



[Probate Judges and Registers ar 
term of four years. j 

Count its. Judges. i Residences 

Androsei ggin.jReuel Washburn, Liverraore. 

Aroostook, j Bradford Cumrnings, Maple Grove 

Cumberland, |Wm. G. Barrows, Brunswick. 

Franklin, [Phillip M- Stubbs, [Strong. 

Kaneock, Parker Tuck, jBueksport. 

Kennebec, JHenry K. Baker, HalipwelL 

Lincoln, Beder Pales, i'i'homas-ton. 

Oxford. Taos. II, Brown, Tar:-;. 

I.-'er.ubi '■•■■, r ,-kn E. G KJfrev, !' :.^:ror. 



cted by the people, and hold their omces for 



. v ' merset, 
Waldo, 
W ishington, 
York, " 



Chas. E. Porter, 
; Das id White, ■ 
'Hiram Bass, 
(jotham Lippincott, 
jEdward E. Bourne. 
Sheriffs. 



'Sebee. 
8 th. 

jSkowhegan. 
Camden. 
Columbia. 
Keanebunk. 



Registers. 
Wrn. P. Frye, 
Chas. M. Herrra, 
Aaron B. Hokleu, 
3enj. Sampson, 
Alvin A. Bartlett, 
Toseph Burton, 
Erastus Foote, 
[David Knapp, 
(Joseph Bartlett, 
[Samuel Whitney, 
[Elijah Upton, 
'Albert II. Ware, 
iBohan P. Field, 
William B. Smith, 
jFrancis Bacon, 



i Residences. 
Lewiston. 

Houlton. 
Casco. 

IFarmington. 
lEllswoTth. 
jAugusta. 
j Wiscasset. 
[Uumford. 
! Bangor. 
-Dover. 
I Bath. 
' An son. 
[Belfast. 
jMaebias. 
I Buxton. 



Registers of Deeds. 



[Elected by the people, at the September 
election, and hold their cilice for a 
term of two years.] 
Androscoggin, Charles Clark, Danville. . 
Aroostook, Nelson Herrin, Houlton. 
Cumberland, Henry Pen hell, Gray. 
i ■ inklin, Frederick V. Stewart, Farni- 
h " ■•>. 

mcock, Isaac M. Thomas, Ellsworth, 
ij. U. Gi.ll>' e.lh, Aaigu 



Androscoggin., John H. Otis, Auburn. 

Aroostook, North District, L. Courmier 
Madawaska Plantation ; South District? 
T. Frisbee, Houlton. 

Cumberland, Wm. C. Mitchell, Port- 
land. 

Franklin, Chas. J. Talbot. Farmington. 

Hancock, Jotham S. Lord, Ellsworth. 

Kennebec, Alanson Starks, Aim-".- a. 

Lineolh, East District. Oliver Rose, 



Lincoln, Henry P. Cotton,' Damaxia- i Thomaston; Middle District, A. F. Hail 
Crt« H< ' ! Wiscasset. 



ssenh E. Colby. 

, Chas. D. Gifmore, Bangor. 

<, Calvin S. Doughtv, Dove: 



S i ; ersct, Daniel Bunker, Fairfield. 

'■'■[ ' '. B .). F. Bhsckstone, Belfast. 

1 'V'.-' nitron, Benjamin. W. Farrar, 
C! rr,(i 
' i'ork, Nathaniel G. Marsha!!, York. 



Oxford, Stephen I). Hutchinson. Pari 
Penobscot, Jefferson Chamberlain, Ban- 

Pisi ataquis, E. B. Averill, Dover. 
Sagadahoc, L. Y. Daly, Hath. 
Somerset, Dennis Moore, Norridgcivock, 
Waldo, Bobert White, Belfast. 
Washington, J. W. Lyman, Machias. 
York, Timothy Shaw, Jr., Allied. 



NEW ENGLAND REGISTER. 

STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE, 

Capital, CONCORD. Population in 1850, 317,976. 



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STATE ELECTION, 

Second Tuesday 

IN 

M A R C II . 




LEGISLATURE CONVENES 



AT CONCORD, 

First Wedxesday IX 

JUNE. 



OFFICERS FOR 1S5S-9. 

WILLIAM HAILE, of Hinsdale, Governor. 

Salary, $1000. Term expires June 1, 1S59. 

COUNCILLORS. 

1st District, Reck. County and part Merr., Wm. H. H. Bailey, of Concord. 

2d li Straff., Belk", and Carr. Counties, Thomas L. Whitton, of IVolfboro'. 

3d 4 * Hills. Cbuntv and pari Merr., John N. Worcester, of Ilollis. 

4th •* Cheshire and Sullivan. Counties, Allen Griffin, of Mar low. 

5th " Grafton and Coos Counties, Aurin M. Chase, of 'Whittfield. 

Thomas L. TuiX'OCJK, Concord, Secretary of State. 

Allen Tenney, Concord, Deputy Secretary, 

Peter Sanborn. Concord, Treasurer. 

Sullivan* H. McCollister, Swanzey, Chairman of Board of Education, 

James W. Patterson, Hanover, Secretary. 



Supreme Judicial Court. 

Ira Pefley, Concord, Chief Justice. 

Ira A. Eastman, Concord, SamT I). Bell, 
Manchester, George T. Sawyer, Nashua, 
Asa Fowler. Concord, Associate Justices. 

John Sullivan, Exeter, Attorney Gene- 
ral. 

Geo. G. Fogg, Concord, State Reporter. 

Court of Common Pleas. 

Jonathan Kittredge, Canaan, Chief Jus- 
tice. 



Edward S. Cutter, Amherst, for Hills- 
borough. 

Edward Farrar, Keene, for Cheshire, 

Thomas W. Gilmore, Newport, for Sul- 
livan. 

Charles A. Dole, Haverhill, for Grafton. 

Daniel C. Pinkham, Lancaster, for Coys. 

County Solicitors. 

Charles H. Bell. Exeter, for Rocking- 
ham. 

Wolcott Hamlin, Dover, for Strafford. 
Aaron F. Steven, Nashua, for EEilWb •- 



.Jonathan E.Sargent, Wentworth.Hen- { rough, 
ry t. French-, Exeter, Associate Justices. | Francis A. Faulkner, Keene, for Che- 
shire. 

Charles W. Rand, Littleton, for Grafton. 
Benjamin F. Whidden, Lancaster, for 



Clerks of the Supreme Judicial Court and 
Court of Common Pleas. 



COO; 

George W. Everett, New London, for 
Merrimack. 

George Ticknor, Claremont, for Sulli- 
van. 

Samuel Yv. Rollins, Meredith," for Bel- 
kn tp. 

Luther I). Sawyer, Ossipee, for Carroll. 

Prolate lieauCtrs. 



Charles G. Connor, Exeter, for Rocking- 
ham. 

John R. Varney, Dover, for Strafford. 

Samuel C. Clark, Gilford, for Belknap. 

Win. M. Weed, Sandwich, for Carroll. 

Nehemiah Butler, Concord, for Merri- 
mack. 

Counties. Probate Judges. 

Rockingham, William W. Sticknev, Exeter, Samuel D. Wingate. Exeter 

Stratford Daniel G. Rollins, Somerswortb,... Asa Freeman, Dover. 

Belknap, Warren Lovell, Laconia, ...... 

I rroll Joel Eastman, Conway, 

Merrimack Hamilton E. Perkins, Concord 

Hillsborough, David Cross, Manchester, 

t -ht it ire Larkiri Baker, Westmoreland, 

Sullivan, .Al.vah Smith, Lemp.ster 

Grafton Nathaniel S. Berry, Hebron,.. 

Coos • Turner Stevens ••;' Lancaster, . 



..Wm. L. Avery, Laconia. 
..Daniel G. Hi •' -de. Sandwich. 
..Isaac A. Hill, Concord. 
..William Wcthcrbee, Amherst. 
..Calvin May. Jr., Keene. 
. .E Iward W j m •:.. N ivport. 
...Nijth'J W.AVestgate. Haverhill. 
..Al'oro L. Robinson, Lancaster. 



Registers of Dec is. 
Rockingham, Benj. D. Laighton, Exeter. ' Hillsborough, Francis Winch, Amherst. 
Strafford, Andrew K. Young, Dover. 



■>'■ • ■ lap, Nath'l Erlgerly, Gilford. 
Carroll, Loammi Hardy, Ossipee. 
Merrimack, Nathan W. Gove, Concord. 



Cheshire, Charles Sturtevant, Keene. 
."■ - ican, A. V. Hitchcock, Newport. 
Grafton, Augustus Whitney, Haverhill. 

Coos, Ira S. M. Gove, Lancaster. 



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MASSACHUSETTS REGISTER. 



STATE OF VERMONT. 

CAPITAL, MONTPELIER. 
Population in 1850 «•• 314,120. 



STATE ELECTION, 
Fi&st Tuesday 

in 
SEPTEMBER. 




LEGISLATURE CONVENES 

AT MONTPELIER, 

Second Tuesday in* 

OCTOBER. 



OFFICERS FOR 1858-9. 

IIILAND HALL, Bennington, Governor. 

Salary, SI 000. 



Edward IL Prentiss, Montpelier, Clerk 
of Circuit and District Courts, 

Isaac 13. Bowdish, Buriingtou, Collector. 

Justices of the. Supreme Court. 



Burnham Martin, Chelsea, Iscxdenard 
Governor and President of the Senate, 
Salary, $4 per day. 

Henry M. Bate's, Northfield, Treasurer. 
Salary, 5-500. 

Benjamin W. Dean, Grafton, Secretary 
of State. S u irv, vlOi). Isaac P. Rediield, Windsor, Chief Jus- 

' Wither P. Davis* Woodstock, Secretary ****■ 
of Civil and Military affairs. Salary Milo L. Bennett, Burlington, Luke Jr. 

022-5. * U "'"■'' : Poland, St. Johnsbury, Asa 0. Aidis, St. 

" William M. Pingry, Te^dnsrille, Audi- I Albans, JohnPierpoint, Vergennes, Jas. 
tar of Accounts. Salary, £-500. 



George 1>. Kellogg, Brattleboro', .Adju- 
tant and Inspe - ■•- General. Salary. £150. 

George P. Davis, Cavendish, "Quarter 
Master C nernl. 

Alonsjo G, Allen, Granville, Judge Ad- 
vocate General. 

t~ ! 



Barrett, Woodstock, Assistant Justices. 

Win. G. Shaw, Burlington, Reporter of 
Decisions of Supreme Court. 

County Courts. 
Addison Cohnty. 



EfaStus S. Carnp, Montpelier, Sergeant- j M. W. C Wright, Shorehara, Harrison 
at- Arm*. I 0. Smith, M'dnktan, Assistant Judges of 

■ Cbanes heed, Montpelier, Librarian, j the County Coivt. 

Salary, Si2o ^ Calvin G. Tilden, Middleburv, Judge of 

^"' i : i ^ A ; a;us ? Burlington, Secretary of Probate for the District of Addison. 

Harvey MunsiTl, Bristol, Judge of Pro- 
bate far the District of New Haven." 

Frederick E. Woddbridge, Vergennes, 
State's Attorney. 
David S. Church, Middleburv, Sheriff. 



on. Salary, <£10( 
an, Ludlow, Sec. of Sen- 



Board of I 

Clark I 
ate. Salurv«.$2;10. 

George F. Edmunds, of Burlington, 
Speaker of House. Salary, $4 per day. 

Charles Cummin^s, Brattleborough, 
d.Tvcr- If me. Salary, §700. 

Hiram II; rlow, Windsor, Supt. of State 

Hiram F. Stevens, St. Albans, Commis- 
sioner of the Insane. 

A. 13. Gardner, Bennington, Bank Com- 
missioner. 



Bennington Comity. 

Stephen C. Millard, Stanford, Thomas 
S. Beebe. Rupert, Assistant Judges of the 
County Court. 

Isaac N. Sykes, Dorset, Judge of Pro- 
bate for the District of Manchester. 

Sam 'I H. Blackmer, Bennington. Judge 



Geor-e P. Marsh, Burlington, Railroad ./* m , 1 "• P™™ „. 
~ -„.-.-..,•«. ,,. \ of Probate jor the District of Bennington. 

j A. P. Lyman, Bennington, State's Attor- 

JUDICIARY. 

United Slates Courts in Vermont. 

D«rr^.~Rutland,6th October; Wind- ! Caledonia County. 

sor, M' nday after kh Tuesday in July. ; Win. Chase, Wheelock. Thos. Wasoii, 

Circuit. — Winds r, 4th Tuesday in July ; Ryegate, Assistant Judges of the Countu 
Rutlai d, 3u 0) tober. 

David A. Smalley. Burlington, Judge. 
Salary, £2.000. 

Henry K. Stonghton, Bellows Falls, 0. T. Brown, East St. Johnsbury, State's 

District Attorney. Attorney. 

Lewis S. Partridge, Norwich, Marshal. J II. C. Stevens, Barnet, Sheriff. 



Com/nit 



Jasper Viall, Bennington, Sheriff 



Court. 

Asa L. French, St. Johnsbury r Judge ot 
Prol ■ 



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Chittenden County. 

David Pish, Jericho, JohntVork, Hunt- 
ington, Assistant Judges of the County 
Court. 

Wm. II. French, Burlington, Judge of 
Probate. 

F leaver R. Hard, Burlington, State's 
Attorney. 

Noble F- Flanagan, Hinesburgh, Sheriff. 

Essex County. 

Asa Hibbard, Concord, William Tva.sk, 
Canaan, Assistant Judges of the County 
Court. 

Jonah Brooks, Lunenburgh, Judge of 
Probate. 

Geo. N.Dale, Guildhall, State's Attor- 
ney. 

Win. Cheney, Brighton, Sheriff. 

Franklin County. 

Rufns Hamilton, Montgomery, Seth 
Oakes, Bakersrieid, Assistant Judges of the 

'■OH'dy Court. 

Aruos J. Sampson, St. Albans, Judge of 
> rbbaie. 

Myron Buck, St. Alban's, State's Attor- 
ney. 

Alvin II, Mason, St. Alban's, Sheriff. 

Grand Isle County. 

Frederick Haven, Aibnrgh, Asahel Al- 
ien, North Hero, Assistmii Judges of the j 
County Court. 

Elijah Hayjaes, North Hero, Judge of 
Probate. 

Henry C. Adams, Grand Isle, State's 
Attorney. 

Solon Reynolds, Alburgh, Sheriff. 

Lamoille County. 

John C. Page, Hyde Park, Eli N. Bon- j 
nett, Cambridge, Assistant Judges of the j 
County Court. 

Samuel Beldln'g, Johnson, Judge of i 
Prrdnite. ' j 

Geo. W. Heudee, Morrisville, Slate's j 
Attorney, 

Chas. S, Parker, Elmore, Sheriff. 

Orange County. 

James F. George, Topsharn, JohnWaite, 
Brain-free, Assistant Judges of the County 
Court. 

William F. Dickinson, Chelsea, Judge 
of Probate for the District of Randolph. 
' Charles B. Leslie, Wells River, Judge of 
Prohatefor the District of ''Bradford. 



Charles C. Dewey, Wells River, Slate's 
Attorney. 

Elisha Alas, Jr., Sheriff. 

Orleans County. 

Samuel Cheney, Derby, Henry Richard- 
son, Westfield, Assistant Judges of the 

County Court. 

Marshall Carpenter, Derby, Judge of 
Probate. 

Jerry E. Dickerman, West Charleston, 
State's Attorney. 

Timothy C. Miles, Albany, Sheriff. 

Rutland, County. 

Rollin C. Hunter, Ira, Morris H. Cook, 
Dauby, Assistant Judges of the Count'/ 
Court. 

Harvey Button, Wallingford, Judge of 
Probate for the District of Rutland. 

Almon Warner, Castle-on, Judge of 
Probate for the, District of Fairhaven. 

William. T. Nichols, 'Rutland, State's 
Attorney. 

Jacob Edgerton, Rutland, Sheriff. 

Washington County. 

Alvin Brailey, Roxbury, Edwin C. Wat- 
son, Worcester, Assistant Judges of the 
County Court. 

George W. Bailey, Middlesex, Judge of 
Probate. 

Denison K. Smith, Barre, State's At- 
torney. 

I. C. Brown, Waterbury, Sheriff. 

T Vinaha m Co mi ty . 

Marshall Newton, Newfane, Ira Good- 
hue, Westminster, Assistant Judges of the 
County Court. 

R yal Tyler, Brattleboro', Judgeof Pro- 
bate for the District of Marlboro'. 

Ahishai Stoddard, Townsh end, Judge of 
Probate for the District of West minster. 

George Howe, Brattleboro', State's At- 
torney. 

George Slate, Bellows Falls, Sheriff: 

Windsor County. 

Walter Palmer, Woodstock, Nap >1< n 
B. Roundy, Weatheraiield, Assistant. 
Judges of the County Court. 

llenxy Closson, Springfield, Judge of 
Probate for the District of Windsor. 

John Porter, Queeohee Village,./*^ qj 
Probate for the District of Hartford 

Dudley C. Denison, Royalton, Stab's 
Attorney. 

Lorenzo Richmond, Woodstock, Sheriff. 



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M ASS ACH U S ETTS REGISTER. 



STATE OF RHODE ISLAND 



STATE ELECTION 

ON THE 
FlKST Y/EDNESDAT IX 

APRIL. 



CAPITALS, PROVIDENCE AND NEWPORT. 

Population in 1350, 147,51-5. 

LEGISLATURE CONVENES 



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at Newport, 
L.n st Tuesday in 

MAY. 



OFFICERS FOP, 1857-53. 
ElilSHA DYER, of Providence, Governor. Salary, 51000. 
Thomas G. Turner, of Warren, Lieutenant Governor. Salary, $o00. 
John it. Eahtlett, of Providence, Secretary of State. Salary, $1000. 
Samuel A. Parker, of Newport, General Treasurer. Salary, $-800. 
J.BUOM-E ?>. Kimball, of Providence, Attorney General. Salary, $1,200. 
Wm. IL Watson, of Provlder.ee, Auditor. Salary, $1000. 

John Kixgsb'UjRT, oi Providence, Commissioner of Public Schools. Salary, $1,203. 
Wm. T. Barton, of Warren, Major Gene a.l. 
E. C. Mac-ran, of Providence, Adjutant General. 

C-rcuit Court. t Washington County, Powell Uelme 

Nathan Clifford, of Maine, Circuit j Kingston. 
Jwhie. Henry Pitman, of Providence, ; The Supreme Court has original jum- 
Clerk. Meets at Newport and Providence | diction, concurrent with the Court of Corn- 
on the loth of June and November, re- ; mon Pleas, in all cases where the damages 
speettvely. i ar€ ' aK ^ at one hundred dollars and up- 

Dtstrict Court. wards. 

T , -o- r.. . . ■: r , r , Court of Common Pleas. 

John Pitman, District Juan*. George j 
H. Browne, District Attorney, Henry Pit- | 0ne of the Associate Justices of the 
man, Clerk. Meets at Newport on the ! Supreme Court is assigned by the Justice 
steond Tuesday in May and third Tuesday j of the Supreme Court to hold the Common 
m October, and at Providence on the first j Pi eA;5 - 

Clerks of Court of Common Pleas. 
Chosen annually in May by the General 
Assembly. 

'Bristol County, Massadore T. Bennett, 
Bristol. 
j Kmt County, Elrsfra E. Potter. East 
; r; : . enwich. 

Newport County, John W . Davis, New- 
! port.- 

1 Providence County, Amass S. Westcott, 
i Providence. 

Washington County, John G. Clarke, 
j Kingston. 

Sheriffs. 

j Chosen annually in May by the General 

Chosen annually in May by the General j Assembly. 

Assembly. i Bristol County, Stephen Johnson, Bristol. 

iiristol County, Massadore T. Bennett, ! Kent County, Joseph Taylor, East 

Bristol. I Greenwich. 

Kent County, Eiisha R. Potter, East i Neitrport County ^m. D. Lake. Newport. 

Greenwich. Providence County, Elias Nickerson, 

Viewport County, John W. Davis, New- Providence. 

port. Washington County, George H. Olney, 

e County f Jehu A. Gardner, ' Brand's Iron Works. 

P"'-' sdence. ! 

PUBLIC SCHOOLS IN RHODE ISLAND. 



Tuesdays in February and August. 
Supreme Court. 
Judges are elected by the two houses in 
grand committee; each judge to hold his 
oSi •• till his place be declared vacant by 
art-solution of the General Assembly. _ \ 
\ Ames, of Providence, Chief 
Salary, £2,500. Alfred Bos- 
worth, of Warren ; Sylvester G. Sherman, 
of North Kingston; George^A. Bray ton, 
of Warwick, Associate Justices, Salary., 
SHSOO each. Samuel Ames, of Provi- 
dence, lU-portcr. Salary, $"o00. 

Clerks of the Supreme Court. . 



Jv 



7-. MiSm has * permanent Rchoo 

' W i .\rt. ,,' ■ I,.. I'.,,... I , r ■,>.. .;,..-, 



Hi' -.r 



!. actually invested, of £73,Sl l -i.33. The interest of the 

rcnue (comm« nly ci!!e<I the !•■ u isit fund), an ! the pro- 

• town, ><;■•■ up irr>pr;ated to the public schools. - '.• 

"i fiom c ; ,^ s';.at«j Tt • 'm:-v tor schonls. Number of school discri fcs in the State, April 

■ i ! '■ ' -" '--'it the Inst published report, was 386; n«e»»»r of scorol- houses. 4*J0 ; e^peivivd 

f r I: ai ';::■. • r rep ,\ri- : school hoy ---s ItiTiog the y«-ar, i53-l.717.75; miuibfr of ifcho.'aw Attending 

ffUttiittei * ■■■■■ ■■< N. 'J_',;'M: nwr. attendance, 16,407; number attViniins wiiuer s< v ho«Is, 2G.4T0; 

•*w*g* »tin ■!,:».-,.. l.v.TO-}: nunii r ,-f oiaie washers in enruiner school's, 70; of female. 4i>7 ; iu 
*Wr«i - . - — lua.V-v, 2*>3 ; f to .:. •;.:■! >0. Amount apportioned iroou the S*nfe to 'owns, *5J,9 ■ ■' -■ 
•i by towns, s' 5.212.07; tfhole amount from all sources, S172.41-l.69. Expended, «-x- 



clu-ire .,: -cliHoI-h-a-^. -1 ■' 519.75. 
1S54. — Am tr lean Almanac. 



A state Normal Schocl was established at Providence in &•■** 



NEW ENGLAND REGISTER. 

STATE OF CONNECTICUT. 



203 



CAPITALS, HARTFORD AND NEW HAVEN. 
Population in 1350, 370,792. 



TATE ELECTION 

OK TELE 

First M ox day i>t 
APRIL. 



A 



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LEGISLATURE 

A CONYEKES AT HA.RTFOED 

1 

,j First "W ednesday in 

MAY. 



OFFICERS FOB 1858-9. 
"WILLIAM A. BUCKINGHAM, of Norwich, Governor. Salary SHOO. 



Nathaniel Ship man of Hartford, JSxectc- 
five Sec. Salary, <5200 and fees. 

Julius Catiiu of Hartford, Lieut, Gov. 
Salary, $300. 

John 8 >vd of "Winchester, Sec. of State. 
Salary, .$1000. 

Lucius J. Hendee of Hebron, Treasurer. 
Salary, £1000. 

William II. Buell of Clinton, Comptrol- 
ler. Salary. 5*100. 

■ Albert Sedgwick, Litchfield, Commis- 
sioner of School Fund. Salary, $1250, 
and travelling expenses. 

David N. Camp, New Britain, Swpt. of 
Common Schools. 

Joseph R. Hawiey, Thomas Belknap, 
Auditors or Pub He Accounts. 

Geo. Sexto;,, Wait N. Hawiey, Auditors 
of Quarter Master General's Account. 

COFKTS. 

U. S. Circuit and District Courts, 



Fairfield County, Amos S. Trent, 
Bridgeport. 

Windham County, Uriel Fuller, Brook- 
field. 

Litchfield County, Fred. D. Beeman, 
Litchfield. 

Middlesex County, Arthur B. Calef, 
Middletown. 

Tolland Counts, Joseph Bishop, Tol- 
land. 

State's Attorneys. 

Hartford County, R. D. Hubbard, Hart- 
ford. 

New Haven County, E. K. Foster, New 
Haven. 

New London County, Hiram Wiliey, 
New London. 

Fairfield County, Orris S. Ferry, Nor- 
walk. 

Windham County. Eiisha Carpenter, 
West Killinsly. 

Litchfield County, Chas. F. Sedgwick, 
Sharon. 

Middlesex County, Moses Culver, Mid- 
die town. 

Tolland County, John H. Brock-way, 
Ellington. 



Samuel Nelson, Cooperstown, N. Y., 
Circuit Judge. 

Chas. A. Ingersoll, New Haven, List. 
J i , , . 

•Vifred Blacfcraan., New Haven, DM. 
Clark. 

Wm. D. Shipman, Hartford, District 
Attorney. 

Curtis Bacon, Middletown, Marshal. Hartford County, Lucius G. Goodrich, 

Philu F. Bimusn, Bridgeport; Samuel i Sirhsbury. 
Tripp, Hartford, Deputy Marshal. j New Haven County, David S. Fowler, 

1 East Haven. 

New London County, Neheniiah B. 



StiuniPFS. 



William L. S:orrs, of Hartford, Chief ! Payne, New London. 

,./,,„. J \ Fairfield County. Jacob A. \an Zandt, 



J 

William W. Ellsworth, Hartford; Joel j Norwalk. 
Hinman, New Haven, Associate Judges. \ Winaham County, David Green^u, 

! Hampton. 

Litchfield County, Leverett V, . - \V es- 
sells, Litchfield. 

Middlesex County, Harris R- Burr, Kil- 
limr worth. 

Tolland County, Win. A. Foster, &taf- 
ord. 

R \i i jio a d Com m i s s i o n e us . 
Ha 



Salary of the Chief and Associate 
Judges, 52000 each. 

John Hooker, Hartford, Reporter. 

Sujm-ior Court. 

Judgn.-r-D-vrid c. Sanford, New Mil- 
ford; Trios. B. Butler, Norwalk ; John D. 
1 ^*rk, Norwich : Crimen S. Sevrnour, 
Uicfcfieid; Loren P. 'Waldo, Tolland; 
' ka s. J. v rCurdy, Lyme. 

Salary, £2000 e »ch. 

Ch '.'..• of Supreme and Superior Courts. 
Hartford County, Chauncey Howard, 
U trtford. 
•'■ ; Haven County, Alfred H. Terry, 

A - r ■■• London Ccimtv, Wm. L. Brewer, 
Norwich. 



II 



mond, Killmgly, term ex- 
pires 18'"?9. Patto'n E'itch, Bolton,. term 
expiies 1300. John Gould, Fairfield, term 
expires 1861. 

B A. X K C O M M I S -■ X N E R. 

Bcnj. Noyes, New Haven, term expires 
| 1859. George H. Noble, New Mili'ord, 
| term expires 1860. Thomas Clark, Cov- 
j entry, terra expires 1861. 



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UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. 



205 



UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. 

JAMES Buchanan;, of Pennsylvania, President, Salary, $25,000 

John 0. BkfxkinripGE, of Kentucky, .... Vice-President, 8,000 

The following: are the principal officers in the Executive Department, 

who form the Cabinet, and hold their offices at the will of the President. 

CABINET. 

Lewis Cass, Michigan, Secretary of State, 88,000 

Howell Cobb, Georgia, Secret ary of the Treasury, 8,000 

John B. Floyd, Virginia, Secretary of War, 8,000 

Isaac Touevy, Connecticut, Secretary of the Navy, 8,000 

Jacob Thompson, Mississippi, Secretary of the Interior, 8,000 

Aaron V. Brown, Tennessee, Postmaster General, 8,000 

Jeremiah S. Black, Pennsylvania, Attorney General, 8,000 



THIRTY-FIFTH GOISTGBESS. - THE SENATE. 

John 0. Breckinridge, President, ex-off.cio. 

Iowa. 



Alabama. 

Term 

* Clement C. Clay, Jr., HuntsTille, 1859 
Bern. Firspatrick, Wetampka, 1861 

Arkansas.. 

♦William K. Sebastian, Helena, 1859 

Robert W. Johnsou, Piue Bluffs, 1861 

California, 

Wm. M. G-win', San Francisco, 1 SGI 
David C. Broderiek, „ 1863 

C<nitt.tcUcut, 

Lafayette S. Foster, Norwich, 1861 
James Dixon, Hartford, 1863 

Delaware. 

Martin W. Bate?, Dover, 1859 

James A. Bayard, Wilmington, 1865 

Florida. 

David L. Ynlee, Hamassassa, 1861 
Stephen E.Mailory, Key West, 1863 

Georma. 



George W. Jones, Dubuque, 
James Harlan, ML Pleasant, 



Tenn 
expires., 

1859 
1861 



Kentucky. 

John B. Thompson, Karrodsb'rg, 1 859 

John J. C fitter den, Frankfort, 1861 

Louisiana. 

Jadab P. Benjamin, N. Orleans, 1859 
John Siidell, New Orleans, 1861 

Maine. 

•Wm. Pitt Fessenden, Portland, 1859 
Hannibal Hamlin, Hampden, 1863 

Massachusetts. 

•Henry Wilson, Nati.ck, 1859 

Charles Sumner, Boston, 18G3 

Maryland. 
James A. Pearce, Cbestertown, 1861 
Anthony Kennedy, Baltimore, 1863 

Micliwan. 



'Robert Toombs, Washington, 185D j Charles E. Stuart, Kalamazoo, 1859 
Alfred Iverson, Columbus, 1861 Zachariah Chandler, Detroit, 1863 



Illinois. 

•Stephen A. Douglas, Quincy, 1S.50 

Lyman Trumbull, Alton, 1661 

Indiana. 

Graham X. Fitch, Lo.Ljansport, 1861 

Jesse D. Bright, JeilersonviHe. 1863 

* Ke- 



Minnesota. 

J.'.mos Shields, Faribault, 
Henry M. Pace, St. Pauls, 

Mississippi. 

Albert G. Brown, Newtown, 
Jefferson Davis, Hurricane, 



1859 
IS 6 3 



1859 
1863 



206 



MASSACHUSETTS REGISTER 
Missouri. 



James S. Greene, Canton, 1831 

Trusten Po-'k, St. Louis, 1863 

New Hampshire. 

•John P- Hale, Dover, 1859 

Daniel Clark, Manchester, 1861 

New Jersey. 

Wm. Wright, Newark, 1859 

Joha R. Thomson, Princeton, 1863 

'New York. 

Wm. H. Seward, Auburn, 1S61 

Preston King, Ogdensburg, 1863 

North Carolina. 

David S. Reid, Pleasantville, 1859 

Taos. J.J. Ciingman, Asbeville 1861 

George E. Pu;h, Cincinnati, 1861 

Benjamin F. "Wade, JeiFerson, 1S63 James M. Mason, Winchester, 1863 

Wisconsin. 



Rhode Island. 
Philip Allen, Providence, 1859 

James F. Simmons, Providence, 1863 

South Carolina. 
James Chesnut, Jr., Kershaw, 1859 

Jits. H. Hammond, Beech Island, 1861 

Tennessee. 

John Bell, Nashville, 1859 

Andrew Johnson, Greenville, 1863 

Texas. 

Samuel Houston, Hotntsvilie, 1859 
Matthew Ward, Cass County, 1863 

Vermont 

Jacob Collamer, Woodstock, 1861 
Solomon Foot, Rutland, 1863 

Virginia. 
*R.M.TJIunter,Llovds.EssexCo.,1859 



Pennsylvania. 

William Bigler, Clearfield, 
Simon Cameron, Harrisburg, 



1861 

1863 



Charles Durkee, Kenosha, 1861 

James R. Doolittie, Racine, 1S63 



Re-elected. 



THIE-TY-FIFTH C03STG-BE3S.— HOUSE OF REFKESEITTATIVES.: 

James L. Ore, Speaker. 



Alabama. — 7. 

1, James A. Stall worth, Evergreen 

2. Kit S. Shorter, Eufanla 
■8. Jas, F. Dowdell, Chambers, (C. IT.) 
4. Sydenham Moore, Greensboro' 

0. George S. Houston, *** K Athens 

6. Wmson R. W. Cobb, Beliefontaine 

7. James L. M. Carry, klladega 

Arkansas. — 2. 

1. Alfred 1>. Greenwood, Bentonville 

2. Edward A. Warren, Camden 



California. — ; 
L. Scott, 



Sonora 



1. Cha 

2. Joseph C. McKibbin, Downieville 

Co n n eel icxi t .-— 4 . 

L Ezra Clark, Jr.. . Hartford 

2. Samuel Arnold, Haddam 

3. Sidney Dean, Putnam 

4. lYilIuun i>. Bishop, Bridgeport 



Georgia. — 8. 

1. James L. Seward, Thomasville 

2. Martin J. Crawford, Columbus 

3. Robr-rt P. Trlppe, H*rsyth 
i. Lucius J. Ganrell, Atlanta 

5. Augustus R. Wright, Rome 

6. James Jackson, Athens 

7. Joshua Hill, Madison 

8. Alex. H. Stephens, Crawfordville 

Illinois. — 9. 

1. Elihu B. Washburne, Galena 

2. John F. Farnsworth, Chicago 

3. Owen Lovejoy, Princeton 

4. William Kellogg^ Canton 

5. Isaac N. Morris, Quinuv 

6. Charles FLdges, 

7. Aaron Shaw, Lawrenceville 

8. Robert Smith, Alton 

9. Samuel S. Marshall, McLeansbc-To' 



1. Wn 



Indiana.— II. 

Niblack, Vincenne 



D lam 
Wm. G. Whiu-Iev. 



1. | 2. William If. English, Lexington 

\Wv-sM> i y - James Hughes, Bloomington 

.\t, -<u..m 



Gcors 



Flwda.- 
Hawkins, 



4. James B. Fole 
i 5. David Kilgore," 
I 6. Janes M. Gregg, 



Pensacola I 7. John G. Davis, 



Greensburg 

Yorktown 

Danville 

Rocknlle 



UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. 



207 



8. James "Wilson, Grawfordsville 

o. Schuyler Colfax, South Bend 

10. Charles Case, Fort Wayne 

U. John U. Pettit, Wabash 



Iowa. — 2, 

I. Samuel R. Curtis, 
8. Timothy Davis, 



Keokuk 
Dubuque 



Ka nsas Territory. — 1 . 

Marcus J. Parrott, Leavenworth City 

Kentucky. — 10. 

1. Henry C. Burnett, Cadiz 

2. Samuel 0. Peyton, Hartford 

3. W. L. Underwood, Bowling; Green 

4. Albert G. Talbott, Danville 

5. Joshua H. Jewett, Elizabethtown 

6. John M. Elliot, Prestonburg 

7. Humphrey Marshall, Springport 

8. James B. Clay, Lexington 

0. John C. Mason, Owingsville 
10. John W. Stevenson, Covington 

Louisiana. — 4. 

1. George Enstis, Jr., New Orleans 

2. "Miles Taylor, Dooaldsoaviile 

3. Thos. G. Davidson, Felicianna 



4. John M. Sandidge, 

Elaine. — G. 

1. JohnM. Wood, 

2. Charles J. Oilman, 

3. Nehemiah Abbott, 

4. Freeman II. Morse, 

5. Israel Washburn, Jr., 

6. Stephen C. Foster, 



Pii 



Portland 

Brunswick 

Belfast 

Bath 

Orono 

Pembroke 



Maryland, — C. 

Jas. A. Stewart, Cambridge 

Jas. B. Ricaud, Chester town 

James Morrison Harris, Baltimore 
Henry Winter Davis, Baltimore 
Jacob M. Kunkel, Hagerstown 
Thos. F, Bowie, Upper Marlboro' 



Massach usetts. — 1 1 



Robert B. Hall,* 
James Buffinton, 
William S. Damrell, 
Linus B. Comins, 
Anson Burlingame, 
Timothy Davis, 
Daniel W. Gob, 
Chauneey L. ICiupp, 
. ii Thayer j 
Calvin C. Chaffee, 



t. IL-nry L. Dawes, N< 



Mic?>i :I 

William A. Ho 

II unry Waldrou 



n.— l. 
vtid, 



Plymouth 

Fall River 

Dedham 

Roxbury 

Cambridge 

Oloueesier 

Melrose 

Lowell 

Worcester 



Detroit 
Hillsdale 



3. David S. Walbridge, Kalamazoo 

4. Dewitt C. Leach, Lansing 

Minnesota. — 2. 

William W. Phelps, Henderson 

James M. Cavanaugb. Chattield 

Miss issipp i. — 5 . 

1. Lucius Q. C. Lamar, Abbeville 

2. Reuben Davis, Aberened 

3. William Barksdale, Columbus 

4. Otho R. SinoletGUj Canton 

5. John J. McRea, Clark Co. 

Missouri. — 7. 

1. Francis P. Blair, Jr., St. Louis 

2. Thos. L. Anderson, Palmyra 

3. John B. Clark, Fayette 

4. James Craig, St. Joseph 

5 . S a m'l 1 1 . Wood son , In d e pe ndence 

6. John'S. Phelps, Springfield 

7. Saml. Caruthers, Cape Girardeau 

Nebraska Territory. — 1 . 
Fenner Ferguson, Belleview 

New Hampsli ire. — 3 . 

1. James Pike, Sariboraton Bridge 

2. Mason W. Tappan, Bradford 

3. Aaron H. Cragin, Lebanon 

New Jersey.— -5. 

1. Isaiah I). Cbtwson, Woodstown 

2. Geo. R. Bobbins, Hamilton sq. 

3. Garnett B. Adrain, N, Brunswick 

4. John ITuyler, Haekensack 



k Jacob JR.. Wort 



, Jersey City 



New Mexico Territory. — 1. 
M. A. Otero, Albuquerque 



New York.— 33. 



1. John A. Searing, 

2. George Taylor, 

3. Daniel E. Sickles, 

4. Thomas J. Barr, 

5. Win. B. Maclay, 

6. John Cochrane, 
.7. Elijah Ward, 
S. Horace F. Clark, 
0. John B.Haskm, 

0. Ambrose S. Murray 

1. Win F. Russell, 

2. John Thomnsoi 



Hempstead Br. 

Brooklyn 
New York 
Now York 
New York 
New Y. rk 
Now York 
New York 



F 



ordbam 



P 



A bram B. Olinj 
Erastus Corning, 
Edward Dod i, 
George W. Palmer, 
''Yas'ia* E. Spinner, 



Ch 
Olive: 



B. Cocbrai 
■ A. Morse, 



Goshen 

Sanger ties 
oughkeepsie 
Troy 
Albany 
Argvfe 
Plattsburg 
Mohawk 
Schenectady 
Chern Valley 



203 



MASSACHUSETTS REGISTER. 



20, 

21. 

23. 
24. 



28, 

2.'). 
30. 
3!. 
32. 
33. 



Orsamus B. Matteson, 
H«nry Ben net r, 
Henry C. Goodwin, 
Charles B. Hoard, 
Amos F. Granger, 
Eii win B. Morgan, 
Emory B. Pottle, 
John M. Parker, 
Wra. Ii. Kelsey, 
Samuel G. Andrews, 
Judson W. Sherman, 
Silas M. Burroughs, 
Israel T. Hatch,. 
Reuben E. Fenton, 



Utica 

New Berlin 

Hamilton 

Watertown 

Syracuse 

Aurora 

Naples 

Owego 

Geneseo 

Rochester 

Angelica 

Medina 

Buffalo 

Frewsburiih 



Worth Carolina.- — S. 

1. Henry M. Shaw, Indian Town 

2. Tnowias Ruffin', Goldsboro' 

3. Warren Wm.- low, Fayetteville 

4. L. O'Brien Branch, Raleigh 

5. John A. Gilmer, Greensboro' 

6. Alfred M. Scales, Jr., Madison 

7. Burton. Craige, Salisbury 

8. Zebulon B. Vance, Ashviile 





Ohio.— 21. 




1. 


George H. Pendletpr 


, Cincinnati 


2. 


\V(u. S. Groesbeck, 


Cincinnati 


3. 


Clement L. Yallandigham, Dayton 


4. 


Mart bias 11. Nichols,' 


Lima 


5. 


Richard Matt-, 


Toledo 


6. 


Jo>eph 11. Cockerill, 


West Union 


7. 


Aaron Harlan, Ye 


How Springs 


8. 


Benjamin Stanton, 


Bttllefontaine 


9. 


Lawrenee \V. Hal!, 


Bucvrns 


10. 


Joseph Miller. 


Chiliicothe 


11. 


V dentine B. Ilorton 


, Pomeroy 


12. 


SanwH S.Cox, 


Columbus 


13. 


Jonii Sherman, 


Mansfield 


14. 


Philemon Bliss, 


•Ely Ha 


15. 


Joseph Burns, 


Coshocton 


l'>-. 


C. B. Tompkins, M 


cConnelsville 


I 7. 


Win. Lawrence, 


Washing on 


18. 


Be jam-n F. Leiter, 


Canton 


19. 


Edward Wade, , 


Cleveland 


20. 


Joshua R. Giddings, 


« Jefferson 


21. 


John A. Bingham, 


Cadiz 



Oregon Territory. — 1 . 
Joseph Lane, Winchester 

Pennsylvania . — 25 . 

1. Thomas B. Florence, Philadelphia 

2. V iwar.i Joy Morris, Philadelphia 

3. Junes Landv,' Philadelphia 

•J- H riry M. Phillips, Phil* : dj ... 

5. U«vn Jones, (.lat.ii.ee 

ft. John Hickman, West Chester 

7. Henry Chapman,- Boylesfown 

8. ty'il iara I!. Keim, Reading 

9. Anthony E. Roberts, Lancaster 



1 0. 
11. 
12. 
13. 
14. 
1.5. 
16. 
17. 
18. 

1 Q 



John C. Kunkel, Harrisburg 

Wm. L. Dewart, Sunbury 

Paul Leidy, Danville 

William H. Dimmick, Honesdale 
Galusha A. Grow, Glen wood 



Allison White 
John H. Ahl, 
Wilson Reilly, 
JohnR. Edie, 
John Covode, 



JO. Wm. Montgomery 



Lock Uaven 
Newville 

Chambersburg 
Somerset 
Lockport Station 



David Ritchie, 
Samuel A. Purviance, 

William Stewart, 



Washington 

Pittsburg 

Butler 

Mercer 



24. 
25. 



James L. Gillis, Ridge way 



5. John Dick. 



Meadvilii 



Rhode Island. — 2. 

1. Nathaniel B. Durfee, Tiverton 

2. Wm, D. Brayton, Apponaug 

South Carolina. — 6. 

1. John McQueen, Marlboro', Ct.H. 

2. W. Porcher Miles, Charleston 

3. L. M. Keitt, Orangeburgh, Ct.H. 

4. M. L. Bonbam, Edgefield, Cr.H. 

5. James L. Orr, Anderson 

6. William W. Boyee, Monticello 



Tennessee. — 10. 

1. Alb't G.Watkins, Panther Springs 

2. Horace Maynard, Knosville 

3. Samuel A. Smith, Charleston 

4. «Jo!m H. Savage, Smithville 

5. Charles Ready, Murfreesboro' 

6. George W.Jones, Fayetteville 

7. John V. Wrfcbt, Purdy 

8. Felix K. Zollieblter, Kashville 

9. John D. C. Atkins, Paris 
10. "William T.- Avery, Memphis 

Texas.- -2. 

1. John H. Reagan, ' Palestine 

2. Guy M. Br} an, Brazoria 

Utah Territory. — 1. 
John M. Bern hi s el, S a 1 1 Lake C i ty 

Vermont. — 3. 

1. Ezekiel P. Walton, Montpelier 

2. Justin S. Morrill, Strafford 

3. Hom«r E. Royce, East Berkshire 

Virginia. — 13. 

1. Muscoe-H. R. Garnett, Loretto 

2. John S. Millson, Norfolk 

3. John S. jdaskie, Richmond 

4. William O. Gopde, Boydi >u 
5 Thus. S. BocoekjAppomattox.C.H. 
(3. Paulus Powell, ' Amherst, C. H. 



UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. 



209 



7. William Smith, Warrenton i Washington Territory. — 1. 

8. Charles J. Faulkner, Martinsburg | Isaac J. Stevens, Olympia 

9. John Letcher* Lexinptoa I 
.... Sherrard Clemens, Wheeling ' 7iscon in^-3. 



II. Albert G. Jenkins, Green Bottom 
fv. Henry A- Edruundson, Salen 



1. John F. Putter, East Troy 

2. Charles Billinshurst, Juneau 



13. Geo- VV. Hopkins, Abington I 3. C. C. Washburne, Mineral Point 



SUPREME COURT. 

Roger B. Tani-.y, Baltimore, Md„ Chief Justice ; appointed, 1836. 
Salary, $6,500. 



ASSOCIATE JUDGES. 

Appointed. 

• 1829 

. 1835 ■ 

. 1837 

• 1841 

• 1845 

• 1846 

. 1853 ........ 

• 1858 • «- 

Jeremiah S. Black-, Washington, D. C., Attorney General. Salary, 
Benjamin C. Howard, Baltimore, Maryland, Reporter of Decisions. 

81,300. 

William T. Carroll, Washington, District of Columbia, Clerk oft 
S tlary,' fees. Sec. ■ 

The Supreme Court is held in the City of Washington, and has on 
annually, commencing on the first Monday in December. 



John McLean,* Cincinnati, Ohio, 

J.imes M. Wayne, Savannah, Ga., 

John Catron, , .. Nashville, Tenn.,- • • • 

Peter V. Daniel, • • Richmond, Va., 

Samuel Nelson, Coopers-town, N. Y., • 

Robert C. Grier, • • Pittsburg., Penn., 

John A. Campbell, Mobile, Ala.,» '• • • • • « 

Nathan Clifford,- • Portland, Me., 



Salary. 

• S3 000 
6000 
6000 
6000 
6000 
6000 
6000 
6000 

S8.000. 
Salary 

he Court. 

e Session 



ENVOYS EXTRAORDINARY/ AND MINISTERS 
HLEHIP O TEITTLAR Y. 

Wnere Stationed. 

George M. Dallas, Pennsylvania, London^ ....... Great Britain. 

Jo n Y. Mason, Virginia, •••■«•■*•-•• »-;Pam, France. 

Francis W Pi<-ketY3y«« South Carolina, • *'• Si. Petersburg ■,-« >'• Russia. 

Joseph A. Wright, .Indiana, « • Berlin, Prussia. 

Augustus C. Dodge,' • • Iowa. Madrid, Spain. 

Richard K. Meade,-.. Virginia, Rio de Janeiro,- - Brazil. 

John Forsyth, Georgia, 'Mexico, Mexico. 

John R. Clay, ....... • Pennsylvania,* •• • • Lima, Peru, 

John Siller, • California, Chili, Santiago. 

VVilliam B. Reed, • '• • • « Pennsylvania, ■••• Canton, China. 

J. \Y. Borden, ........ Indiana, • Sandwich Lies.- • 



UNITED STATES COURT OF CLAIMS. ■ 

Isaac Blackford, of Indiana, Presiding Judge; George P. Searburg, of Vir- 
ginia, and Edward G. Loring, of Massachusetts, Judges. Salary, S4,000 each. 
Hansom H. Gili^rr, of Washim-ton, D. C, Solicitor for the 'Cni'.ed States; 
•alary, ; §3,500. Daniel Rati:!;!!-', of Washington, D. C. AssL Solicitor; Salary'. 



500. Jal a D. McPherson, D, C, Dt 



it. ih 



igt'on, ofC t., CHI f ' 'It 



sjlary. 



The Court holds lis sessions at V 



oo. Sunl 

*i. Florida, 
^ashin'iton. 



- 1 stfttant ( lerk : saiary, 82,0 
D.C. ■■•; ' ' 

Con nissioners of {fit Court, resident in Massachusetts?. 

Boston^ Daniel S. Gilchrist, Cbas. L. Woodbury, George S. Hale, Oliver 
Stevens. " ■ 

Y "• Bedford, Walter Mitchell 
'.'■ ' ivy, VVm. S. Motion. ■ : . . 

Salem. Jeseph B. F. Osgood 
14 



210 



MASSACHUSETTS REGISTER. 



THIRTY-SIXTH CONGRESS (AS FAR AS ELECTED). 
Senate — 64 Members. 



ALABAMA. 

1861 Benj. Fitzpatrick, 
1863 Clement C. Clay, Jr. 

ARKANSAS. 

1861 Robt. W. Johnson, 
lS6o William K. Sebastian. 

CALIFORNIA. 

1861 William M. Gwi'p, 
1S63 David C. Broderick, 

CONNECTICUT. 

1861 Lafayette S. Foster, 
1S63 James Dixon. 

DELAWARE. 

1863 James A. Bayard, 
1.86j6 Wiiiard Saultsbury. 

F L OKI DA. 

1861 David L. Yulee, 
1863 Stephen R. Mailoiy. 

GEORGIA. 

1861 Alfred Iverson, 
1S65 Robert Toombs. 

INDIANA. 

iSdl Graham N. Fitch, 
1863 Je-se I). Bright. 

ILLINOIS. 

Ib6i Lyman Trumbull, 
IS65 Stephen A. Douglas. 

IOWA. 

1S61 James Harlan, 
1863 James W. Grimes. 

k.;ENTUC2£Y. 
1861 Jno. J. Crittenden, 
I860 Lazarus W. Powell. 



LOUISIANA. 

1861 John Slidell, 
1865 [To be chosen]. 

MAINE. 

1863 Hannibal Hamlin, 
1365 Wm. Pitt Fessenden. 

MASSACHUSETTS. 

1883 Charles Sumner, 
1365 Henry Wilson. 

MARYLAND. 

1S31 James A. Pearce, 
18G3 Anthony Kennedy. 

MICHIGAN. 

1863 Zachariah Chandler. 
1865 Kinsley S. Bingham. 

MINNESOTA. 

1.363 Henry M.Rice, 

18G5 [To be chosen]. 

MISSISSIPPI. 

1863 Jefferson Davis, 
i860 Albert G. Brown. 

MISSOURI. 

1861 James S. Green, 
1863 Trusten Polk. 

NEW HAMPSHIRE. 
1S61 Daniel Clark, 
1855 John P. Hale. 

NEW YOBK. 

1861 William H. Seward, 
1863 Preston Kins;. 



SEW .JERSEY. 

! 18-63 John R. Thomson 
I 186.5 [To be chosen]. 



NORTH CAROLINA. 

1861 Thos. L. Clixigmaa, 
1SG5 Thomas Bragg. 



1861 George E. Pufifh, 
1863 Benjamin F. W r ade. 



PENNSYLVANIA. 

1S61 W r illiam Bigler, 
1863 Simon Cameron. 



RHODE ISLAND. 

1863 James F. Simmons, 
1865 Henry B. Anthony. 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 

1863 James H. Hammond, 
1865 James Chestnut, Jr. 

TENNESSEE. 

1863 Andrew Johnson, 
1865 A. O. P. Nicholson. 

TEXAS. 

1863 Matthew Ward, 
1865 J. W. Hemphill. 

VERMONT. 

1861 Jacob Collamer, 

1863 Solomon Foot. 

VIRGINIA. 

1863 James M. Mason, 
1S65 Robt. M. T. Hunter. 

WISCONSIN, 
1661 Charles Durkee, 
1863 James R. Doolittle. 



House of Representatives-— 236 Member; 



ARKANSAS. 

1 T. C. Hindman, 

2 Albert Rust. 

CALIFORNIA. 

1 A. L. Dudley, 

2 Joseph C. McKibbin, 

DELAWARE. 

1 Wm. G. Whiteley. 
FLORIDA, 

1 Gtor«re S. Hawkins. 



ILLIN iIS. 

i ' lifcu B. Washburn* 

- J*d»n ]' r arnsw c rtb 

• ■ ' ■■■■■ n Lovejoy, 

4 William Kellogg, 

5 Isaac V Morns", 

6 Ilodpca, 

7 James C. ilobinson, 
s Philip B. 1 ouk< , 

9 John A. Logan. 



INDIANA. 

1 Wm. E. Niblack, 

2 Wm. H. Enslish, 

3 Wm. M. Dunn, 

4 Wm. S. Hclman, 

5 David Kilgore, 
6-Albert G.Porter, 

7 John G. Davis, 

8 T tines Wilson . 

y Schuyler Colfax, 

10 Charles Case, 

11 John U. Pettit. 

IOWA. 

1 Samuel R. Curtis, 
! 2 Wm. Vandever. 

MAINE. 

1 Daniel E. Somes, 

2 John J. Perry, 

3 V. .-: ' B. French 

•1 b'recman H." Morse, 

5 Israel Washburne, Jj 

6 Stephen C, Foster. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 

1 Thomas I). Eliot, 

2 James Bufrinton, 

3 Charles F. Adams, 

4 Alexander 11. lace, 

Anson Burlingame, 

6 John B. Aliev. 

7 Daniel W. G'ooeh, 

8 Chas. R. Train, 
I 9 Eli Thayer, 

i 10 Charles Delano, 
i 11 Henry L. Dawes. 

MICHIGAN. 

1 George B. Cooper, 

J 3 Francis W Kellogg, 
I 4 DeWitt C.Leaeh. 

MISSOURI. 

1 J. Richard Barrett, 

2 Thomas L. Anderson, 

3 John B. Clark, 

4 James Crai^, 



UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. 



211 



Samuel H. Woodson, 
I- John S .Phelps, 
7 John W. Noell. 

NEW JERSEY. 

1 John T. Nixon, 

2 John L. N. Stratton, 

3 Garnet B. Adrain, 

4 Jetur R. Riggs, 

5 Wm. Pennington. 

NEW YORK. 

1 Luther C. Carter, 

2 James Humphrey, 

3 D tniel E. Sickles', 

4 Thomas J. Barr, 

5 Wm. B. Ma clay, 

6 John Cochrane, 

7 George Briggs, 

S Horace F. Clark, 
9 John B. Raskin, 
10 Chas. II. Van Wyck, 
!i Wm. S. Kenvon, 

12 Charles L. B'eale, 

13 Abraham B. 01m, 

14 John E. Reynolds, 
15. James B. McKean, 
1G George W. Palmer, 
17 Frani is E, Spinner, 

15 Clark R. Cochrane, 
19 James II. Graham, 
29 Bos r -oe Conklinsr, 

21 R. Holland Da ell, 

22 M. Limiicv Lee, 

23 Cha^. B. Hoard, 

24 Chas. B. Sedgwick, 

25 Martin Butferfteld, 

26 Emory B. Pottle, 



27 Alfred Wells, 
2S William Irvine, 
29 Alfred Ely, 
39 Augustus Frank, 

31 Silas M. Burroughs. 

32 Elbridge G. Spaulding 

33 Reuben E. Fenton. 

OHIO. 

1 George II. Pendleton, 

2 John A. Gurley, 

3 C. L. Vallandigham, 

4 Willi am Allen, 

5 James M. Ashley, 

6 William Howard, 

7 Thomas Corwin, 

S Benjamin Stanton, 
9 John Carev, 

10 Carey A. Trimble, 

11 Charles D. Martin, 

12 Samuel S. Cox, 

13 John Sherman, 

14 Cyrus Spinck, 

15 William Helmick, 

16 Cydnor B. Tompkins, 

17 Thos. C. Theaker, 
IS Sidney Egerton, 

19 Edward Wade, 

20 John Hutchins, 

21 -John A. Bingham. 

PENNSYLVANIA. 

1 Thomas B. Florence, 

2 Edward Joy Morris, 

3 John P. Verree, 

4 Wm. Miilward, 

5 John AVo':d, 

6 John Hickman, 



7 Henrv C. Lor.a;necker, 

8 John Schwartz, 

9 Thaddeus Stevens, 

10 John W. Killinger, 

11 James H. Campbell, 

12 George W. Scrantoa, 

13 Wm. H. Dimmick, 

14 Galusha A. Grow, 

15 James T. Halo, 

18 Binj. F. Junkin, 

17 Edward McPherson, 
IS SamuelS. Blair, 

19 John Covode, 

20 W;n. Montgomery, 

21 James K. Moorhead, 

22 Robert McKnight, 

23 Wm. Stewart, " 

24 Chapin Hall. 

25 Elijah Babbit. 

SOUTH CA2ROLINA. 

1 John McQueen, 

2 Wm. P. Miles, 

3 Lawren ce M . Keitt, 

4 Milledge L. Bon nam, 

5 John D. Ashmore, 

6 Wm. W. Boyee. 

VERMONT. 

1 Ezekiel P. Walton, 

2 Justin S. Morrill, 

3 Homer E. Royce, 

WISCONSIN. 

1 John F. Potter, 

2 Cad. C. Washburne, 

3 Chas. H. Larrabec. 



Popular Tote at the Presidential Elections in 1S53 and in 1856. 



1 




185&. 


i 




1856. 




















Pierce. 


Scott. 


Hale. 


Buchanan. 


Fremont. , 


Fillmore. 


Mvv, 


41 6 ■•) 


32.543 


S 080 ; 


^.^<> 


67,479 


3 325 


>■.•- Hampshire, .. 


29,997 


18,1-17 


6,595 ' 


82,7^9 


38,315 


422 


Vermont,.. ....... 


13,0,4 


22,173 


5,621 ' 


10.569 


39.561 


£45 


Massachusetts, .... 


46,880 


56.062 


29,91-3 ! 


39.240 


108,190 


19.626 


Rhode Island 


w .735 




644 1 


8,680 


11.467 


1.675 


C anecticut, 


33/249 


S0.S59 


3,100 i 


. 34.995 


42.715 


2.615 


New York, 


262*33 




25,329 | 


195.878 


276,004 


124.604 


N--V Jersey 


44 3-5 


- 556 


'350 


46,948 


2- 838 


24,115 


•'-i'.-y!iau;i. 


198,568 


179.122 


8,524 ; 


. 230,772 


147,903 


82.202 


!>••• iware, . 




6.293 

o,,132 

39.058 


62 

54 I 


8,001 

| 39,115 

89.71 6 

43.246 


898 
2S1 
291 


6 175 


Vw>h, ; i 


40,022 
72.413 
39,744 


4 7, 4 -JO 
60.3 iO 
3d SS6 


North tWoliha 


59 : 


ii ■■■■ Carolina, ... 


By 


Legislature 




j 






G< -;•.,: 


34,(05 


16,660 


■ 1 


i 56.581 




42,439 


Plon-ia 


i.313 


2,875 




j 6.353 




4.833 


A;. : : ima 


26.881 


lsloss 




46.739 




28 7" 2 


• ••-.;. ; : 


26.S76 


17,54* 


i 


i 3-3.446 




, 24.195 




18,047 


17.255 




22,164 




20,709 






$S 




31,189 

i ZLsrtO- 




15.639 

lt',787 


\."--. ■::• - 


12 173 






i tfnutHt?**, 


■>; nii 


6S.898 




i 78,636 




66,117 


tv rutuekv 




57 JJ68 




I 74.612 


314 


67,416 - 


Grtio, 


10'J 220 


102 528 


SUJK2 


, 170,874 


187.4 '7 


2S 121 


S :' spin 


41.S42 


S3.S80 


7 237 


52 136 


71.7(52 


um 


9 ; " .299 


60,901 


6.934 


113.670 


9-j ;75 


• 22 386 


>..'•..•,-. 

• >n ...'- ...... 


"' i •" .'7 






•105.348 


9 J.1S9 


37,444 


! j.35-3 






* '. ,1(54 




48.524 


■ *a 


11.161 


1' "".) 


] 0i5 


i 26,170 


43.054 


9.1S0 


l< i onsso, 


33,658 


22,240 


8.614 


52,843 


6(5,000 




California, 


39,{ 3 


34,971 


100 


C'.l -j'iO 


20,631 


36,165 


Total. 


1,598,395 


i,3i<3,6sd 

i 


158.123 


! 1,838.233 


1,341,514 . 


874.707 


-~ X '- : -&-— L 


2II,S01 








1 





12 



MASSACHUSETTS REGISTER. 



OFFICIAL VOTES CAST AT THE GUBERNATORIAL 
ELECTIONS IN 1857 & 13-33. 

TOGETHER WITH THE POPULATION IN 1855, STATE TAX OP 
1658, MD TOWN CLERKS FOR 1S58. 

BAKNSTABLE COUNTY. 








Town Clerks. 


1 


o 


! GOYERNOB 

1 


, 1S57. ; 


Gov 


EllXOK, 1853. 


|Towns. 


! . 


i 

1 




si ; 

« i 


! 

! J 


A 


s 












t * 


a i o 








V 










' *~ ! 


QQ 


' o 




» 


3Q - 


! PQ 


P2 


— 


w 


Barnstable, 


F. G. Kelly, 


4998J 


51,015 


\ 93 150 126 


2 




1 226 


140 


24 




Brewster, 


Samuel H. Gould, 


1525 


253 


! 55 17 10 




i 


1 52 


16 


15 




Chatham, 


Josiah. Mayo, 


2560 


356 


! 57 37 53 






1 66 


54 


4 




Penr.is, 


I. Nickerson, Jr, 


« 3497! 


554 


72i 67 18 




I 


79 


24 


28 




Easthain, 


Hern an D cane. 2d, 


8081 


137 


j 23 17 7 




I 


31 


9 


16 




Falmouth, 


Thos. Lewis, Jr., 


2613; 


616 


1 92 114 60 




i 


166 


67 


79 


1 


Harwich, 


Ephraim Doane, 


S261 


407 


1 20! 87 10 




! 


105 


34 


6 




Orleans, 


Thos. A. Hopkins, 


17-54! 


245 


i 91; 47 21 




i 1 


65 


10 


59 




Provincet'wn. 


Elisha Dyer, 


31 I 61 


670 


i 33 145 36 


1 


I 


143 


60 


4 




Sandwich, 


D. C. Freeman, 


4496 


SS6 


! 174 138 81 


4 


1 


211 


96 


3 




Truro, 


Samuel C. Paine, 


li 1? 


2S4 


i 7 29 26 




I 


43 


24 






Weilfleet, 


John W, Davis, 


232-51 


256 


. 21 46 20 




! 


' * 








Yarmouth, 


'■■'■■ illram P. Davis, 


2502; 


497 


\ 60, 81 17 




| 


1 90 


32 


49 








3-5.412; 


£6,161 


! 812 075 494 


7 


i i 


1282 


566 


237 


1 



• No official returns. Banks, 63 ; Bea-ch, 21 : Lawrence, 5, 



HAMPDEN COUNTY. 





| 

j Town Clerks. 




S • GoYEItNCOt, 


I -.. 


u ■ 


00 y 


1LF.SC 


R, 1 


s58. 


Towns. 


" 5 i ^ 


. 






\ J 5 * 






u 


l-r 




1 


i "- _ 


i! .£ 


rr. 




_: 


I Z 


on 




' - 


1 £ 






i - 


~ LI -X 






.■i 


<g 


; U^ 


rf 


> 


i ^ 






















































: "~* 


1/2 £3 


" 


.-- 


M 


as 


~ 


- 1 


v - 


: "■ 


Aejawara, 


JAshbel Svkes, 


i 1543 


5^346: 30 


111 


70 






85 


go 


9 


! 


Blandford, 


Norman Y. Lewis, 


j 1271 


425 ; 16 


77 


S3 






10 , 


85 


3 




BrirnSeid, 


Calvin B. Brown, 


! 1343 


295] 20 


134 


53 


1 




L ] . 


63 


9 


1 


Chester, 


F. D. Richards, 


1 12-55 


2,164 40 


73 


62 




1 


114 


68 


16 


i 


Chicopee, 


'Lester Dickinson, 


! 7576 


263 160 


395 


261 




■ 


375 


268 


79 


1 


Granville, 


Uas. M. Goodwin, 


' 1-3 ',6 


94 20 


78 


105 




. I 


86 


98 


2 


i 


Holland, 


F. B. Bloclsrett, 


! .? r ,° 


1,159 7 


3 'j 


29 






29 


30 


o 


i 


Holvoke, 


Gustavns Snow, 


i ;g i 


508 81 


135 


135 






164 


06 


14 


I 


-■ t - -i tea 1" v 


Oliver Wolcott, 


; - 


295 ' 


1 ""■ 


3S 








35 


26 




ilow, 


•John P. Hubbard, 


1101 


.' : 1 


I ' 


64 






1' I'i 


n 






Mora »rin, 


iN. F. Rogers, 


2912 


104 59 


140 


122 






158 


105 


11 


1 


v - ■ ; unefr 


VVittia o Squier. 


41- 


70q ;•: 


27 


33 




i 


3 ' 


25 






, 


Wm. x. Packard, 


4>;0 


115 62 


158 


128 




! 


2 o ■ ■ 


131 


'-7 




Rwwell, 


J. W. Gibbs, 


677 


3 ;5 1 


3 ) 


4 4 . 






44 


52 




i 


8 HttJ .•■■.. 


3, L. Granaer, 


.. 


3,992 13 


1 ~ 








19 


5 






rfteli, 


Jos. Inuxalia u, 


; j;^ 


L33 166 


.;■' 


831 


1 




961 


3< 3 


86 


i 


! .--'•. 


N H imiiton,J-r. } 


., 


141 


-' i 


44 






61 


16 






Walen, 


! foe! II. Eogers, 


7 1 • 


1,008 I s 


48 


■ 








38 


5 




WcsineM, 


IP. H. Boise, 


4575 


1,018 U I 




355; 


1 




339 


390 


37 


i 


V. Sprin>'Sd 


'" karles White, 


2090| 


576 32 


159 






: 


1 15 : 


31 


9 




w ■ jci tali 


'•> ...F. Speiiman, 


_ " 


41 


1 , 


35. 






145 


64 


17 








548.52 


c 14. 307 922 


348 L 


2845 


3 


1 1 


3531 


2776 


3 "4 


1 






VOTES FOR GOVERNOR. 



BERKSHIRE COUNTY. 



213 

























30 


Governor, 1857. i 


GOVKKNO 


1, 1858. 






i . 


2 1 














1 | 


1 








• 




Towns. 


Town Clerks. 




* ! 


i\:\ 


. j _ 


ji 


. 




2 


M 










55 • 1 ,«a 






'D 




CJ 






•» 




v ' 


- s 


"I ; i 


5 


' ^ 


■g 




jjj 






£_ 


S 1 


JLlJL 


B : X 


X 


pq 


H 


i 


CO 


Adams, 


A. ,T. Ray, 


6080 


51,163] 


110I 397! 


171 




495 


201 


no 




A i ford, 


Henry W. Smith, 


■ 52i> 


140 


19i 781 


49; 




38 


4'=! 


3 




Becket, 


1. S. Wadsworth, 


1472 


227l 


20| 119 


' 31 




123 


46 


4 




Cheshire, 


Channcey I). Cole, 


1532 


338 


18 74 


131 




! 89 


130 


2 




Clarksburg, 


Wa ter m an B ro wn , 


424 


67: 


4| 37 


! 




1 41 




7 




Dalton, 


Henry Ferre, 


1064 


234' 


46| 36 


71 1 




j 49 


79 


IS 




Egremont, - 


S. B. Dewey, 


992 


292; 


12 1 83 


55: 


! 


; 9< 


88 


1 




Florida, 


X. P. Brown, 


612 


101! 


1 64 


14; 




72 


15 


3 




G BarringPn, 


Isaac Seeley, 


3419 


828; 


83 220 


106 1 




192 


136 


23 




Hancock, 


Jay G. DeLano, 


84 S 


223; 


4| 55 


21; 




! 67 


31 






Hinsdale, 


John Cadv, 


1361 


266 : 


23! 119 


47 : 




| 146 


60 


8 




Lanesbdro', 


Wm. A. Fuller, 


1235 


328j 


52; 30 


75: 




1 77 


93 


30 




Lee, 


F. G. Taylor, 


4226 


655' 


113' 136 


212! 




! 256 


242 


57 




Lenox, 


Wm. S. Tucker, 


1921 


342 ; 


33: 72 


115! 




133 


141 






Monterey, 


Jona. Tovmsend, 


823 


151| 


14 52 


36J 




67 


45 


6 




Mt. Wa.-h'n, 


II or. W, Lam son, 


341 


65 i 


1 13 


12i 




j 26 


30 






New A-'! 1 . fur d, 


Phineas Harmon, 


195 


6lj 




; 




8 


32 


7 




N. Matlboro', 


M. E. Sheldon, 


1047 


349; 


30! 109 


75! 




j 119 


87 






Otis, 


It. K. S pel man., 


10 1 8 


229 ; 


0; .37 


55 j 




! 77 


80 






Peru, 


I) wight Frisseil, 


487 


130] 


-6; 60 


5| 




; 71 


16 






Pittsfield, 


James Warriner, 


6501 


1.6701 


170! 350 


301 




! 425 


340 


137 




Richmond, 


E. Williams, 


970 


'238 


2J 30 


46; 




; 47 


50 






Sandisfield, 


Edw. A. Langdcn, 


1615 


320 


31 ! 82 


70 1 




i 133 


132 


1 




Savoy, 


A. V. Sturtevant, 


o;o 


137 ; 


13 41 


59: 




i '9 


75 


1 7 




Sh« fKeld 


Emmons A moid. 


2624 


702 


41! 124 


115! 2 




I 152 


132 


1 




Stackeridof.fr, 


E. Seymour, 


2058 


464 


54! 80 


91; 




, 153 


bS 


I 4 




Tyringham, 


Albert C. Heath, 


710 


162 


43 


39; 




! 49 


54 


! 6 




Washington, 


Isaac S, Brooker, 


1068 


162s 


9 35 


is! 




50 


15 


j 1 




W. Stoc'kbr'e, 


John S. Eiellogg, 


3.73G 


370l 


39 106 


88 : 




! 126 


101 


1 S 




Williamst'n, 


J. B. Waterman, 


2529 


619; 


34! 181 


173! 2 




170 


157 


| 12 




Windsor, 


Chap-in Converse, 


905 


202; 


20 1 76 


41 i | 


! 88 


« 


1 i 








52791 


511,285. 


102lJ3i>l2 


2322; 5 


371-5 


27 S3 


N_ 





BRISTOL COulsTY, 







"7j 




GOV^UNOR, 


1857 




Go T v 


EKNOR, 1838. 






; 














ToWX3. 


Town Clerks. 


= S 


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! 






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X 


B 1 


B 


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Atfleboro', 


S. W. Carpenter, 


5451 


$734 


233 


295 


105 


1 






135 


7; 




Berkk-v, 


Ephraim French, 


92 i 


ISO 


30 


07; 


9 




| 


LOO 






1 


U« ' i< tth, 


Wm. B irker, Jr., 


3658 


i, jse. 


. 4-5 


152 


43 






136 


13 




1 


Dtzhton, 


Geo. E. Gooding, 


172!) 


346 


82 


0/ i 


57 




! 


06 


44 


,) 




E iston, 


John Kimball, 


2748 


4S2 


142 


ISO' 


47 


11 




230 i 


Ob 


29 


1 


FaJrhHve-n, 


Tuck.erDamon,Jr. 


4003 


1,901 


: "70 


221. 


50 






287 




9 




Pal! River, 


Alvah S. Ballard, 


I26S0 


3,740 


. 472 


670' 


170 




i: 




2S5 


8'.' 


4 


V. : '• < ■, 


Thos. G. N v ichi ! . 


15S5 


364 


62 88 


23 






91 ! 


34 


2 


1 


Man^ti ■ I, 


M. 10 Shaw, 


2119 


231 


25 


163! 


75 


s 


. 178 


1 


b 




New Bedi >t 1, 


S. S. Florton, 


2 >389 


S.334 


! 712 


1236 


314 




2 


1107 , 


545 


210' 




Norton., 


Geo. F. Clark, 


1S91 


4 1 


49 


i 29 


55 


2 




172 ! 


< i 


1 




Pawtti* !;■■■:, 


Alvin O. Read, 


4132 


644 


: <)" 


137! 


199 




1 


131 . 


S9 


16 




: im, 


j? Lfuue! ' me i 


LG 34 


•j» i 


£6 


153 








262 , 




: - 




: ■ ! oth, 


C.V«M. Wheutou. 




45" 




131 


104 






201 








, "":. onk, 


J.N.C mmnssh n . 


23 14 


4 5 7 




. 


15 i 




i 


no ! 


147 






> mtrset, 


i. D. ( irtwright, 




2: 15 


8:>"| 103 


32 






181 


39 


17 




SvFaiiz*-v, 


John Mason, 


1 167 


31 2 


48i 7 ;t 


4 3 




! 


112 ; 


45 


56 




Taunton, 


William Brewster. 


[ »75ii 


2 416 


489 573 


°~.s 




j 


626 ; 


309 




Westpmt, 


[ami Allen, 


2822 


9Q0 


27 131; 





1 




139 : 


10 


1 



87125 .§24, 



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214 



MASSACHUSETTS REGISTER. 



DUKES COUNTY. 





1 

i 

| Tow a Clerks, 
i 


.2 «• 


S 

CO 

M 

• 


j Governor, 1857. j 


Governor, 1858. 


Xottxs. 


Is 

a- 


Banks. 
Beach. 


B 


- ; 

CO 


* 1 A 


g I d 

c 1 £ 

t-3 ! a? 


Chilmark, 
Edgartown, 

Tisbury, 


i James N. Tilton, 
B. C. Marchaat, 
Lot Luce, 


676 
1898 
1627 


§284 
378 


| 7 
: 105 
j 113 

115 


■ ]•> 42 

129 s: 
45' 65 

189; 19-1 




! 
1 


19 ! 27 
117 ! 80 
49 { 70 


4o j 


i 


4401 


£1,105 




| 


1S5 | 177 


66 1 



F.SSEX COUNTYJ 







a ! 
| 


)9, i 






£ , -; i 


pj ! 


' Towns. 


Town Clerks, 


f 1 

' i 


3 i 


Ames bury, 


Jos. Merrill, Jr., 


3585 j 


£683: 


An dover, 


Edward Taylor, 


4810; 


1.933; 


Beverly, 


James Hill, 


5944 1 


1,386 


Bex for J, 


V/ai. Kill am, 


1034 


335 


Bradford, 


Daniel Fitts, 


1372! 


243- 


Danvers. 


A. S. Howard, 


4000! 


2,099: 


Essex, 


O. II. P. S^rgeat, 


1668: 


403| 
472 


Georgetown, 


Jos. P. Stick nev, 


2"42i 


Gloucester, 


Cyrus Storv, Or., 


8935 


1,591 


Groveland, 


J. M. Spofford, 


1367 


270 


Hamilton, 


Jos. P. Lowering, 


896! 


2771 


Haverhill, 


A. B. Jaques, 


7932! 


1,45$ 


I;--/h. 


4 • '.-,-,• Y, '• 'bal = 


34213 




Lawreoree, 


Geo. H. S >we 


16.114 j 


3 56 


L"> 5 fl, 


C barlt 3 Merrit i, 


15713 


2 783 


Lynn a eld, 


J. Danforth, Jr., 


883 j 


223 


Manchester, 


Geo. F. Allen, 


18641 


338; 


Marblehead, 


G, Brou^hton, 


6928! 


1,325 


ISJethueri, 


Charles Shed, 


2582 


67 i! 


Middleton, 


J. A. Batehelder, 


8301 


193 


Nahant, 


D. A. Johnson, 


270 




Newbury, 


Wm. Little, 


1484 


• 414, 


Newburvport 


Eleazer Johnson, 


13357! 


3,344 


N. Andover, 


Hiram Berrv, 


2218; 


! 


Rockport, 


William Pool. 


3498; 


197 


Rowiev, 


John S, Prime, 


1214 


292; 


Salem; 


Joseph C t o u t m an, 


20934: 


7 999 


S lUsbury, 


Azor O. Webster, 


3185: 


656| 


Sa i - 1 ; -- , 


Wm. H. New-hall. 


1783| 


328; 


S. Danvers, 


Nathan H. Poor, 


53481 


j 


Swampscott 


John L. Seger, 


1335 




r psfiaa, 


J. P. Towne, 


12501 


g ''i 


\v en him, 


Benj. C. Putnam, 


1073 


248' 


W. Newbury, 


John C. Carr, 


2094 


382| 






151018 ; 


S33,425J 



Governor, 1857. 



Governor. 185S. 



I if 



221; 

208' 

"59 1 

40| 

158! 

27! 
9li 

490! 
64i 
23 

203, 



l*6\ 

121 
161 

5971 



255| 101 1 

253 44! 

423; 461 
25 3' 



pq I « 



139! o9i 

308! 52 

149; 86 

157! 59 

350! 95 

166 26 

69 26 

788] 213 

18 58; 

.042! 354J 

56! 18 : 

1411 52! 

450' 339; 

170! 9:>: 

631 33j 

17 14! 

71! 27! 

313! 542! 

75: 51 

1911 oil 
19 
;14 

TO 



1! 1 



44! 



2^ ,,: 53 

69 "sj 

88! 6 

131. 25 



244 
303 
435 

64 
129 
230 
130 
197 
431 
154 

79 

726 

230 

6^3 

1164 

46 
145 
543 
192 

81 

29 
150 
539 

89 
291 

91 
983 
161 

94 
437 

86 

59 

84 



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67 

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! 45 
I 191 

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! 94 j 

I 334 j 

433 i 

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104 

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i 70 ; 

106 ! 

44 

380 

57 , 

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79 ! 

33 

8 I 

16 j 

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14 

53 1 
23 ! 

14 I 1 

12 ! 



264 
9 
5 



104 1 

120 ! 

263 

1 

15 j 

89 ! 

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10 ! 

137 ! 

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123 I 

9 I 

302 < 6 

l! 

135 3 

12 

8 ! 



8379 3;! 



10 06; 9440 4029 ,1942 [1 



VOTES FOR GOVERNOR. 



215 



FHANKLIN COUNTY. 








Town Clerics. 




1 °® 

! ! 

! H 


GrOVEBKOtt, 1857- li Goveunok, 1858. 


Towns. 


1 


| 




1 |Ji 


i 

j . 

i ° 


i I 1 S 

! i 1 






M 


CC 


i 


PQ j pq 


M !cq ! j R 


! R 


| i-3 j OT 


Ashfield, 


Henry S. Rannev, 


1342 


' £346 


, 5 


231 


23 li j| 206 


36 






Bernards ton, 


Silas N. Brooks, 


90S 


: 241 


i 37 


80 


45; 90 


61 


1 




Buckiaud, 


Sam'l L. Barnwell, 


16141 169 


; 10 


148 


i :y ; 


| 125 


67 






Charlemont, 


F. W. White, 


1113 


| 245 


i 12 


122 


25 


| 113 


28 


2 


1 


Coleraiae, 


•Jesse Cone, 


1604 


418 


i ^ 


161 


66| • 


| 133 


65 






Conway, 


Franklin Childa, 


1734 


443 


i 3 


177 


S0| 


!! 1'69 


74 


2 


1 


Deerfield, 


Charles Williams,! 


2768 


G4S 


18 


234 


103: 


i 242 


128 





1 


Erving, 


Noah Rankin, 


471 


108 


! io 


44 


U| 


! 31 


12 


5 




Gill, 


/. D, Canning, ! 


733| 181 


! 4 


49 


49: 


J 44 


43 


2 




Greenfield, , 


Noah S. Wells, | 


2945 


684 


i 14 


307 


108 


6 278 


121 


4 




Hawley, 


Calrin S. Longley,] 


774 


! 184 




109 


9 i 


HI 


8 






Heath, 


Aaron Smith, 1 


741 


1 173| 


! 


81 


27i 


j 76 


24 






Leverett, 


E. M, Ingram, | 


982 


184 ! 


i S 


97 


35! 


i 1 7 4 


33 


9 




leydeu, 


E. Wing Packer, ! 


653 


133 ! 


j 3 


66 


17! 


'! 63 


IS 






Monroe, 


Asahel Gore, 


217 


43 ! 


1 


24 


1! 


!! 25 


1 






Montague, 


John C. Bangs, 


1509 


302 i 


! 6 


163 


23; 


116 


50 


5 




New Salem, , 


Charles M. PeirceJ 


1221 


274 


i 16; 105 


46 1 


94 


50 






Northrield, ;l 


Charles Osgood, f 


1951 


468 i 


23! 144 


85 




I 129 


82 




2 


Orange, 


Hi D. Goddaxd, | 


17-33 


443 1 


28: 138 


102 




! 120 


114 


11 


7 


Iiowe, | 


I. &. Lincoln, 


601 


144 


3 : 53 


26 




52 


24 j 






Sheiburne, i 


0. M. Duncan, 


1401 


302 l 


3! 229; 


30 




| 172 


25 


2 




Shutesbury, ! 


bTcnry Peirce, 


939 


169 i 


15! 75' 


28 




1: 79 


24 




4 


Sunderland, l 


Horace W. Taft, ' 


839 


205 ] 


15! 114! 


19 


2 


23.1 






Warwick, i 


ia Draper, 


1002 


288 ! 


32 891 


60 




| 104 


65 i 


5 




Wendell, 


J?a\f!3 E. Clark, i 


738 


252 I 


I 49 


50 




I 52 


56 ! 




i 


Whatelv, ! 


Jennis Dickinson,' 


1052 


288 


48; 80 1 


62 




! 77 


92 i 


16 





i 31655^7,338 j>27: 3175 1211; 4 6;] 2894 |1324 



Hampden County, seL> page 212. 



H AMPSHIH11 C OUNTY, 



1 


a 


OG 


j GOVEHNOB, 


LS57- 


if Governor, 185S, 


. 


o • 


2 
















1 
















Towxs. ) Town Cks&s. 


V o 


.- 


i C 










J ! ' 


1 


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co 


! C 


P3 pq 


co 


!oj 




is 


i >- 1 30 


Amherst, iSami. C. Carter,- 


- -■■ 


?745 


; 121 


296| 34 


1 




! i 049 


so 


: 2S I 


Belchertowu, IE. R. Bridgman, 


2698 


55 S 


35 


243j 76.J 


1 




.'(I-) 


! OO 


: 1 j 


Chesterfield. 


'Edward Bancroft, 


950 


240 


5 


1011 401 


1 




07 


40 




Cummington, 


Alnion Mitchell, 


1004 


202 


12 


114-i 8' 






1 178 


' 15 


! j 


Easthampt'n, 


Lucius Preston, 


1SS6 


274 


35 


177, 27! 






1 168 


24 


1 1 


Entield, 


Joseph S. Jones, 


in 36 


200 


51 


113 17; 






II 78 


44 


is , 


Goshen, 


Benjamin White, 


4 - i 


119 


5 


70' 1 






!i 69 





; 


Granby, 


Philo Chapin, 


1001 


256 


2, 


128 14 






; 115 


H 


3 | 


Greenwich, 
Hadtey, 


James Hanks, 


803 


158 


10 


72' 34! 






: 70 






Wm. S. ShiDroan, 


1928 


500 


i 45 


137; 56\ 






! iso 


33 


i 


Hatfield, 


Win. L. Billings, 


1162 


428 


t 2 < 


91! 19 






: 112 


20 




Huntington, A. M. Cope-land, 


1172 


194 


1 


93; 35 






I 92 


- 1 


! 


Mxddleheld, J, MeElwaiu, Jr. 


677 


1,577 ! 


; 4 


64' 4,' 






1 76 


3 


i ; 


North irnpt'n, 8. N. Ferry, 




162 i 


i 166 


493 1091 


1 


1 


552 


' >A 




Pelham, 1). Abercrombie, 


7-89 


100 I 


' 3 i 


48 27 j 






; 59 


oO 


9 ! 


Plainfield, 


Freeru in Hamlin, 


652 i 


187 


J 


07 4 






101 


2 


! ^ 


Prescott, 


E. 8. Haskina, 


613 1 


162 ! 


•-■V 


37; 14 






j 39 


20 


4 i 


So. Hadtav, 


David Turner, 


2051 . 


454 j 


i 37 


183 06 






161 




6 j 


Sonthainpt'n, 


Jonathan N.Jndd, 


1195 1 


■>~<; 1 


1 12 


! ■;■', 11 






108 


7 




Ware, 
WesthaTnpt'n! 

Will tmsb'rg,! 


S. B. \S ubereU, ! 
Daniel W. Clark, j 


349 -. i 


143 


138 


227; 64 


I 




94 ■ 


61 

1 


16 


John B. Gleason, i 


IS31 i 


413 ; 


< i 


188 73 






i ISO ' 


r>5 


1 j 


Worthing toa J 


Edward C, Porter, 


1112 
354 85 ! 


£8.038 i 




118, 19 


! 


1 


! iso ! 


11 


14 ; 


— - ._ 1 


809 


3122 7^0 


O; 


2 


3375 * 


7->3 


147 i 5 



•216 



MASSACHUSETTS REGISTER. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 





To^ss. 


I 

Town Clerks. 


c 
2 * 

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1 


Governor, 1857. 


Governor, 1858. 




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£ ! 


5 ! m 

86 126 


ffl j 

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1 ! 


<g| 


£, kg ' 


>A !co 




Acton, 


William I). Tuttle, 


L67S 


5300 


1571 114! 10: 3 




Athbr, 


Perez C. Burr, 


lire 


366| 


78 


67 


29 






102,1 30 6^ 




Asnland, 


Arthur A. Cloyes, 


1308 


281 


99 


131 


15 




1 


* i 1 






Bedford, 


Thomas Stiles, 


986 


230! 


57 


62 


28 






95 48 10 






Bilh riea, 


Dudley Foster, 


1-772 


520' 


l25i 94 


4S 






98 48 37 






Boxboro', 


Cephas Harwell, 


413 


148! 


19 


25 


31 






28: 44-! 






Brighton, 


Wm. Wirt Wurreu, 


2895 


979. 


122 


99 


124 






157; 163 12 






Burlington, 


Samuel Sewall, 


■o6"4 


isoi 


34 


13 


30 






. 30j 321 8 






Cambridge, 


Justin A. Jacobs, 


20173 


6,228! 


812 


905 


6 £6 




2 


| 1451 1088 266: 1 




Carlisle, 


0. F. Duren, 


630 


205| 


17 


37 


56 






: 4Si 64j 5 




Charlestonn, 


Charles Poole, 


21742 


5,270! 


851 


694 


842 


2 




! 939 1041! 271' 




Chelmsford, 


E. F. Webster, 


2140 


605 


81 


132 


72 






! 130: 85! 37^ 1 




Concord, 


George Hey wood, 


2251 


770 


116 


9o 


67 


1 


1 


| 130! 67 32] 




Dracut. 


Henry Richardson, 


1966 


450 


40 


119 


68 






1 134; 79j 5 




Dunstable, 


J. C. 'Woodward, 


533 


220 


15 


11 


52 






J 38 3 23 




Framiaga'ai, 


Co as. S. Whitm-oie, 


4676 


1,181 


280 


235 


1 42, 






1 237! 123' 157 






Groron,' 


Geo. I>, Brigham, 


2745 


864 


87 


120 


07 






1 1781 59! 39 






Holliston, 


Hiram F. Morse, 


2894 


554 ! 


176 


195 


114 


1 




: 202 109! S4 






Hopkinton, 


J. A. Tillinghas.t, 


3934 


610' 


180 


169 


91 






j 178: 148; 37 






Lej ins J sn, 


Albert \v. Pr ant, 


2549 


713' 


150 


SO 


•49 


1 




131 L 76i 38 






Lincoln, 


Henry C. Chap in, 


721 


288! 


36 


42 


7 






I 72; 15 1 




i 


Littleton, 


Wm. Kimball, 


9S5 


295 


64 


76 


16 






! 102: 39j 4 




; 


Lowell, 


John H. MeAMn 


37553 


10,825; 


llol 


1710 


1076 


2 


1 


j 1754! 1076; 397 




| 


Maiden. 


Thomas Wait, 


4501 


l,0S0j 


210 


241 


102 




1 


! 281 133 03. 


j 


Marlboro', 


John Phelps, ' 


4283 


77;!: 


113 


269 


103 


6 




| 316 102 5i 




Medford, 


J >seph P. Hall, 


4005 


1,4581 


21 7 


258 


104 


1 




! 298 


194! 84! 


{ 


Melrose, 


Chas. H. Shepard. 


1976 


8241 


136 


108 


46 


1 




i 196 


69; 45: 




Na:i;k. 


E H. Brigham, 


4138 


6371 


141 


377 


153 


1 




j 379 


187! 45| 


1 


Newtorj, 


Marshall S. Rice, 


6768 


1,904! 


237 


405 


165 


1 


1 


I 457 


176! 53 n 


| 


N.Reading, 


Chas. P. Howard, 


1050 


i 


59 


130 


9 






1 128 


2S| 5 




Pepper "', 


CaarPs Crosby. 


1705 


470: 


23 


104 


72 






99 


60J 1! 




:.:• . . . 


II. P. Wakefield, 


2522 


727] 


, 184 


201 


22 






226 


751 36: 


| 


Sher lorn, 


Joseph Dowse, Jr 


1071 


324! 


67 


62 


23 






i 78 


2.1 36 




1 


Shirley, 


Zenas Brown, 


1470 


3561 


51 


48 


31 






; 105 


45; 16 






^o r nervi;>, 


C. E. Gilman, 


§806 


1,233 


184 


230 


, 141 






271 


154! 89 




I 


S. heading, 


Henry L. Eaton, 


2758 


oil! 


197 


185 


46 






231 


57 67 




| 


Stone ham, 


Silas Denn, 


2518 


307 ! 


100 


162 


87 






105 


104 17 




i 


Si ■-. 


r tiav. 11. Robinson 


1481 


392 


49 


48 


41 






103 


75! 12 




f 


try, 


Jonas S. Hunt, 


1073 


502 


84 


48 


' 78 






90 


76! 22 




1 e.v '..:-;' ■.,-,•, 


Alsrin Marshal, 


1719 


382 


60' 68 


40 






9: 


59 


5 


; 


Towns . .i. 


Dan'u 1 Townsend, 


2096 


540! 


32> 132 


29 


2 




! 153 


Ao 




4 




Tynssboro*. 
Wahham 
Water town, 

W.'Cat b 


Joseph S. Bennett, 


714 


295| 


52} 6 


30 




1 


IS! 34 


31 


1 




Fred'k M. Stone 


6019 


1,670! 


210 420 


200 






i 410 205 


31 






W. II. Ingraham, 


3578 


1,875, 


131 j 191 


116 






i 2"ll 106 


41 






Henry Wight, 


1178 


3 10; 


60 88 


30 






77: 33 


25 






o .. f] R. IVoclOt, 


20 ;o 


990' 


149 117 


106 






j 138: 112 


A>j 




j 


;'■ i • Eford, 


J. W. P. Abbot, 


1586 


497; 


82 71 


71 






99 j 62! 45 




I 


We »ton., 

ainaton, 
- ^sler, 


Nathan Hagar, 


1205 


432; 


611 71 


28 






> 82 


351 18 






Wm. H. Carter, 


958 


256, 


46] 40 


20 






: 04 


21 


10 




1 


Josiah IP.vev, 


1801 


410; 


100! 138 


51 




1 


: 177 


91 


16 




I 


Nathan .Wym an, 


5151 


1,206 


i 190] 827 


194 






.!. 289 


170 


20 


1 


* 




_ 


1 94082 


551,149] 


7818 9873 


5875 


j 19 1 9 


||l 16217175 


[2334 


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NANTUCKET COUNTY. 



f 

! 

Town Clerk. 

• 


.2 ji Governor, 1857. i Governor, IS 38. 


11 . 1 H . g - 


158 


Tiiiso ternr 


0; 

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! William C . 


8064 §2,790 '[ 131! 274 





TOTES FOB GOVERNOR, 



21 



nohpolk county,? 



H GOVEKSOK, 1857 I GOVERN'OU, 1358. 



Tc^N3» ! Town Clerks. 



Bellinsham, 

Braintree, 

Brookliae, 

C basset, 

Dedhara, 

Dorchester, 

Dover, 

Foxbofo', 

Franklin, 

Medfield, 

M dway, 

Hilton, 

Needhaxn, 

Quincy, 

II .: biph, 

Koxbury,^ 

Sharon, 

Stoug'htnii, 

Walpole, 

W. Itoxbury, 

Weymouth, 

Wreuthara, 



R. F. Thaver, 
Noah Torrev, 
Benj. F. Baker, 
Andrew Lopez, 
IN. Bates, Jr., 
LTonarhanH. Cobb 
Eben Tolrnan, 
JNoah A. Fisk, 
Jas. E. Carpenter, 
T. C. Hills, 
Samuel Elli", 
|Asa M. B. Fuller, 
Jason Reed, 
Solomon Fiagg, 
Franklin Curtis, 
Hiram C. Alden, 
Jos. W. Tucker, 
Otis Johnson, 
; Cha*. Opham, 2d, 
Palmer Morey, 
jWm. Maccarty, 
jJohn A. Rogers, 
S. Warner, Jr., 




00 




> 




86 


35 


9 


234 


172 


55 




149 


140 


129 




133 


155 


37 




96 


67 


70 




353 


230 


97 




419 


237 


160 ! 5 


37 


2S 


4 1 


162 


20 


17 I 1 


150 


22 


1! 1 


80 


40 


8 ! 


205 


60 


62 i 


131 


SO 


29 j 3 


128 


75 


0- J 


258 


244 


194 1 


312 


287 




904 


88S 


335 j 7 


105 


47 


12 




342 


169 


31 




129 


42 


so 




259 


202 


72 




356 


130 


19 $ 




168 


5S 


56 


' 



;94 U8 . s2S, 37S 4153 413S 



519S.3527 11004 j 16 



PLYMOUTH COUNTY. 





Town Clerks. 


J J 

r: to 

2 — • 1 


X i 


Govern 


OK. 1 


>57. ' 

,1 ■ 


GoyesjvOk 


I80 


Tovrys. 


ill- 


. i 
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j 


jS i 












j 


- ■ 


4J ; 





> 




























::,- 1 


'-•■- 


£ ' K 


"- ! - 




1 


:i 


a 


J 


Abington, 


John N. Noyes, 


6936 


$1,040:! 


207 ; 431 


121.' 


"2 


1 


"ssy" 


131 




Bridgewater, 


J. E. Crane, 


S363 


774 i 


108 175 


68! 






130 


76 


-'..' 


Carver, 


Thomas Yaughan 


1205 


234"| 


52 54 


32 


1 




75 






i^^^'i::. 


Josiah Peters >n, 


2620 


;.;• • 5 . 


105, 156 


32 






185 


: 9 


il 


1 . Bridgew'r, 


Benj. W. Harris, 


2932j 


547j| 


125, 177 


102 


5 


1 


193 


122 




Halifax, 


Edwin Inglee, 


-'X . 


iTSi 


59 55 


30 






63 


56 


•" 


il.'.-iorer, 


Ozias Perkins, 


| 1674! 


360'! 


28 133 


34 








40 


■- i 


Hanson, 


i s dab BeaTce, 


; 1231 


252 


60 104 


321 






94 


40 




Hmgharn, 


C larles K. Marsh 


4256 


i,o; 3 


25)i 142 


58 




2 


243 


" 


93 


H ... 


Robert Gould, Jr. 


■ j 


72 


IS! S 


- 






. ■; 


j 


■-on, 


[Nathan Brooks, 


1574 


523; 


51 112 


42 


1 




lis 


55 


-• 


X^keVille, 


iAVUiiainT.Jennev 


1188 


• i! 


• 80 45 


3j 






• 197 


34 


12 


y • ' . ■ ' . 


|C. C. Luce, 


, 969 


11 


47' 45 


16 






67 


: 26 


01 


M ir J Seld, 


Luther Hatch, 


IS76 


42l!j 


96 155 


12 


1 




13 ! 


17 


: : 


♦ M a ■ ■ ■■< 


Thomas Nelson, 




.! 


70: 11s 


11 






162 


/•; 


3 


ro\ 


A. M. Eaton, 


| 4024 


1,0S3'J 


193 193 


; 206 




■■ 


; 


. 




. H I 


tio E. Paine 


52 3 


7 • 5 


107 ; 308 


■ 1 H 2 






434 


: ' 


• ■" 




[ r mcis Coliaraore 


1500 


295 


74 127 


1 24 






128 


! •'., 


6 


. utb, 


Loander Lovell, 


! 6486 


1,573 


147 41 S 




4 


1 


m 


IGfi 


43 


I'ivmt I* tx. 


mi il. Soule 


1000 


;■ ' ; _. 


02 60 










! 48 


9 


R.'.cJj. n t. 


' ■ iphilus Kme 


304S 


7 '•:• 


42 71 


! - 






00 


•j 1 


5 


' ■ --- , 


1 ' itt, '■:., 


2271 


450J 


110 10* 




1 




163 


' 45 


■ 


.: 1 ,.".-, 


.' . L\ :'•..'•, Jr., 


179! 


475 


103 !"' 


; *'- 






153 


: : 




tiam, 


All :;; 1 - , .. 


: 246 


630 


172 14 


4. 






140 




■ 


W. Bridgw'r, 


s Howard, 


: i:a 


335 


103 96 
2573 3685 


Li 

1297 


1 
u 


8 


116 


| -' ; 


38 








S 12,734 


4302 


11597 


■ 



Set o:f iruiu Rochester in 18o7 



21 S 



MASSACHUSETTS REGISTER. 
WORCESTER COUNTY. 



Tow.v 




Governor, L857-. ' Governor, 1853. 






I 1*1 



25 I 



pq ! a 



Ashburuh'ir, 


William P. Ellis, 


2211 


5150 


91 


170 


73, 5; 


Athol, 


Jas. I. Goulding, 


2395 


439 


55 


272 


35! 


Auburn, 


Emory Stoue, 


88-5 


259 


37 


00 


23; 


Barre, 


Lyman Sibley, 


2787 


8891 

1S4; 


116 


109 


161 


Berlin, 




978 


3b' 


104 


71 i 


Blackstone, 


Jas. P. Hay ward, 


53-33 


1,123! 


133 


147 


190 1 


Bolton, 


Richard S. Edes, 


1256 


335; 


77 


105 


4 1 


Boylston, . 


II. H. Brigham, 


835 


281 i 


1 


90 


8: 5 


Brookfield, 


Wash'n Tufts, 


2007 


413 


51 


155 


66! 


Charlton, 


Alfred E. Fiske, 


2059 


59Si 


58 


170 


107! 


Clinton, 


A. E. Bisrelow, 


36:56 


5901 


200 


35! 2 


Dana, 


M. J. Hillman, 


824 


151! 


14 


63 


13 


Douglas, 


Edwin Moore, 


2323 


454! 


C8 


92 


155! 


Dud ey, 


Lemuel Healy, 


1523 


410i 


31 


107 


90! 


Fitchburg, 


Job. a I. Farwell, 


6486 


1,314; 


241 


562 


175 


Gardner, 


J. II Greenwood, 


2183 


3711 


81 


177 


48 i 


Grafton, 


James W.White, 


4409 


806! 


132 


291 


84! 


liardwick, i 


A. M. Orcutt, 


153n 


. 511; 


65 


104 


49; 


Harvard 


Tru obuHBull, 


1032 


475! 


52 


100 


75! 1 


Hold -: 1 . . 


J »hn E. Chamn, 


2114 


500 


118 


114 


30! 2 


Ho >ardston 


\\ . 1 ennett, Jr., 


1744 


420i 


74 


147 


85| I 


Lancaster, 


J. L.S. Thompson 


1728 


425! 


75 


118 


37; 1 


Leicester* 


Jos. A. Denny, 


2589 


752| 


71 


173 


75 li 


Leominster. 


Joel C. Alien, 


3201 


814! 


123 


203 


48 9! 




J ajrnes Putnam, 


1224 


SD6'i 


27 


113 


48. ; 




David idams 


L.381 


m\ 


55 


83 


41 1 




C. F.Chapin, 


7489 


875 


248 


376 


302 1 2' 




Ira N. Goddard. 


328* 


659! 


34 


308 


50! 5 


N-.Braintree, 


Hearv A.Delano, 


775 


3281 


40 


31 


71. 


N'orthboro', 


J. B. 'Crawford, 


1602 


443| 


80 


138 


211 


Northbridee, 


Hiram Wing, 


2104 


403: 


101 


137 


60! 


N.BrookfiM, 


Levi Adams, 


2307 


439! 


107 


220 


33 ' 


Oakham, 


Mark Haskell, 


1052 


270 

623; 


39 


57 


47 


Oxford,. 


Wm. E. Pease, 


2808 


96 


160 


119 




Ambrose Eames, 


792 


198! 


29 


54 


37! I 


Petersham, 


Lewis Wkitnev, 


1553 


433 


5 


12S 


52i 


pv. ; i . trvn 


Theo. T. Mille'r, 


799 


238 : 


13 


7! 


7! 




i ) . i i . Gl ■ .'< ' i' ' , 


1317 


v a h ■ 


13 


02 


21! ! 






140:^ 


475 


33 


142 


15 ! 






1101 


331 


15 


79 


46 li 




Job C. Stone, 


1636 


504! 


62 


123 


41 2 


Southboro 5 , 


W. Greenwood, 


] 604 


385' 


5o 


94 


18' | 


S at ■. ridge 


DauielF. Bacon, 


3429 


720 


PA 


243 


160' 8j 


• ' -i 


Edward C. Dyer, 


2527 


547 


61 


211 


27; ! 


Sterl'B ' 


Win. D. Peck, 


1838 


504 


54 


158 


37! i 


Si abridge, 


David K. Porter, 


2187 


540 


5S 


167 


50! ! 


Sutt »n, 


S. Chamberlain, 


i ; 7)S 


634 1 


77 


204 


65 1 I 


Temp It' ton, 


Gerard Bushnell, 


2618 


509 


11s 


227 


83! ! 


Upton, 


Harvey Bradisk, 


2 ) 36 


414 


88 


1-34 


31' | 


Lubridge, 


Henry C apron 


3063 


713 


4G 


140 


B9j l| 


W arren, 


■ amu« .'■•■ . . .•:. 


1795 


439 


89 


]•' 6 


67 ol 


Webster, 


P. W. Bruce, 


2727 


526 


99 


128 


104; ; 


West .-< m', 


Sam'l M.Griggs, 


3014 


356 


112 


231 


53: li 


*'•' Bovlstoh, 


H. Houghton, 


2310 


342 


33 


175 35! 3 


W.BrookfTd 


E. H. Biair, 


1303 


504 


82 


91i 29 1 


We trnjnsti r 


Frederick All ". % . . 


19S0 


482 


21 


1ST 'i-\ 


ad'n, 


W. Whitney, 


2 1 i i 


608 


111 


209 57 


Worcester, 


Samuel Smith, 


2 2 2 8 ■ ! 


6,725 


521 


1683 733 15 






14tt&5 


535,557! 


4525 


.10708 


4370 73 



182 

191 
47 



34! 
16i 



119! 139 

82', 111 

190 ISO! 

90 1 20! 

69! 8 

131! 57 

1511 S2 



225! 



00 JO! 

165! 137! 
115 99| 
5060 1481 
1 157! U0! 
252 
12 1 i 
1)3! 
148: 
144 
148 
10S ; 
27? 
105 

S3 
501 
222 

43 
126 
156 



83i 
591 

104! 
40| 
81! 
47 
82 
51 
48! 
351 

442i 
351 

I 7 



12 

4 

1 

11 

12 

114 

8 
7"; 
10 

4 

3! 

i 

15 j 

2 
40 

1 1 
20 
6o| 

7 

9! 
25 
46! 



__ 



179! 


38 





8 


47; 


13 


12 




* i 








72 


40 


9 




142! 


35 






72' 


5 






113 


20 


3 




151! 


10 






85 


45 


1 




124 


50 


32 


1 


121 


16 


11 




216| 114 


52 




196 


47 







139 


27 


4 




149 


51 




1 


165 


43 


18 


4 


197 


67 


9 




143 


43 


23 




102 


143 


8 




147 


61 


20 


6 


147 


103 


57 




222 


51 


15 




173 


31 






s^ 


32 


31 


1 


1 9 S 


79 


10 


1 


J 00 


46 


41 




1718 


822 


128 


3 


10520 


4432 


1203 


i 33 



..:'• r 1, boj ia oESeial table. 



,. Banks 133, Beach. 133, Lawrence 30. 



TOTES FOR GOVERNOR. 



219 



SUFFOLK COUNTY, 





Town Clerks. 


Jz 10 


JO 

B 

1 


. Governor, 1857- j 


Governor, 1858. 


Towxs. 


■>§ 1 • .3 
6 ■ '« 

5071-4224 

; 329 597 
1 56, 10 

! 271 6 

54834837 


rf3 

pq 

4139 

233 

17 

17 


to 
7 


W 

17 
17 


! Ill- 

j « j pa j h? |oq 


Boston, 
Chelsea, 
N. Chelsea, 
Winthxop, 


S.F.McCleary, 
Sara'] Bassett, 
William T. Hail, 
Warren Belcher, 


16050S 

1015 i 
793 
366 


$118,429 

2,117 
464 


6283 6309 1897! 11 
! 916! 408i 161 1 
j 49! 33; 17 
| 15; 51; 20 


i 


171318 


$121,010 


4492 


7 


'72d96S6l!2095'l2 



CAPITULATION, 





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£'. CO 

&, 

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SO ; 
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X 

<= 
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CJ i 


Governor, 1857. I! 


Governor, 185 . 


COUNTIES. 

• 


1 ! 

a 1 


I 

PS 

9 i 


"3 




• 1 


ardner. 

each. 


1 l i 

1 i 1 




■ 


QQ 


3 j 


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pq 


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to 


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ri ; ta 


Barnstable, .. 


35442 


£6,161 


312: 


975! 


494 


7 


1| 


1,282 560 


287 


1 


Berkshire,... 


52791 


11,285! 


1021! 


3012 


2322 


5 




3,715 2,783 


456 




Bristol....... 


87425 


24,051 


2828; 


4651 


1796 


23 


4 


5,093! 2,144 


695 


15 


Dukes,, 


4401 


1.105 


225! 


189 j 


194 




! 


185 177 


66 




Essex, ..r:,. 


151018 


35,425 


593 i! 


8379, 


3368 


10 


96: 


9.440! 4,039 


1,942 


17 


Franklir^.Th 


SI 055 


7,338 


327| 


3175i 


1211 


4 


- 6, 


2,894 1,324 


69 


9 


Hampden^V. 


51852 


14,367 


Q» 


3181! 


2815 


3 


1 


3.531, 2,779 


354 


7 


Hampshire,"!^ 


354S5 


8.63S 


8 I 


31 221 


750 


5 


2 


3,375; 755 


147 


6 


Middlesex, fl 


194082 


51.149 


7818] 


98731 


5875 


19 


S i 


11,621 7,175 


2,331 


45 


Nantucket, ?-. 


8064 


2,79'; 


131! 


2711 


153 




| 


28 \\ 142 


9 




Norfolk,..^.. 


9444S 


28,378 


4158' 


41381 


2 : - 


41 


1 8 


! 5.197! 3,527 


; 1,694 


18 


Plyinouth/T, . 
Su*riblk. .1.. 


61513 


12,734' 


2573 


3683! 


1297^ 13, 8 


4,302] 1,597 


! 683 


I 


171818 


121,019 


5483] 


4837) 


4192 71 17 


. 7,259] 6,861 


| 2,095 


i 12 


Worcester^ ; . 


1495)5 


35,557 


■ 4525! 


10,708: 


4370: 73| 8 


,10,526 4,432 


j 1,256] 38 


Aafifregate,. 


1132539 


■g 359. 988 


37.596 


60.7971 


31,760 213' 160 


; 68,700] 38,298 


: 12,08*1 167 



Kf J 



STATE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE FOR 1859. 



Ex-ofjicio. His Excellency Nathaniel P. Baaks, His Honor Elipbalet 
Trask \ Oliver Warner, Secretary of State, 

Appointed by the Governor and Council. Ephraim W. Bull, of Con- 
cord ; Marshall P. Wilder, of Dorchester ; Wm. S. Clark, of Amherst 

Chosen hj the different AgacvUural Societies. Barnstable, George 
Marston; Berkshire,' Chas- K. Tracy; Bristol, Nathan Durfee ; E>sex, 
Wm, Sutton ; Franklin, Jas. S. Greimoll ; Hampden, Geo-. 51. Atwater ; 
Hampden East, Gyrus Knox; Hampshire, Levi Stockbridge; Hamp- 
shire, Franklin, and Hampden, Paoli Lathrop; IIou atonic, Samuel H. 
Bus.lmeli; SiassachU'sett'sj Uichard S. Fay; Middlesex, Simon Brown; 
Middlesex South, Willi tm Gr. Lewis ; Middlesex North, John G. Bartlett ; 
Nantucket, Edward W Gardner; Norfolk, Chas C. Bewail ; Plymouth, 
CUas. (i. Davis; Worcester, John Brooks; Worcester West, Jusia.ii 
White; Worcester Nona, Jabez Fisher; Worcester South, Oliver C 
Felton. 

Secretary of the Board, Charles L. Flint, ofice, at the State House. 



220 



MASSACHUSETTS REGISTER. 



SOCIETIES, LIBRARIES, ETC. 



StMngton Temperance Alliance. 
Joseph Vaughanj Pres. Joshua L. 
Ni-a, Secretary. 

Adams Literary Society, Qnincy. 
Henry Barker, Pres. 

Aiford Select School Association. 
Incorporated, September, 18-57. 
Ezra C. Ticknor, Pres. Mark R. Van 
Deusen, Secretary. 

American Academy of Arts and Sciences. 
Instituted, 1780. 
Jacob Bigelow, M. D., Pres. Daniel 
Treadwell, Esq., Vice Pres. Edward 
Wiggiesworth, Esq., Treasurer. Asa 
Cray, M. I)., Corresponding Secretary, 
Samuel L. Abbot, M. D., Recording Sec. 
Josiah P. Cooke, Esq., Librarian. Francis 
Dana, Assistant Librarian. Rooms, 
J3.p-3j.oa Athenteum. Library hours, 10 to 
to 12, and 3 to 6. Officers chosen in May. 

American and Foreign Bible Society. 
Rev. Mr, Hodges, Agent, 79 Cornhill, 
Boston. 

American and IForeign Christian Union, 
Rev. B, Dickinson, I), D. ; Sec. Con- 
gregational Lib. Bid., Chauncy St., Boston. 

American Antiquarian Society, 
Worcester. 
Incorporated, 1812. 
Hon. Stephen Salisbury, of Worcester, 
Pr?s. Rev. Wm. Jenks, D.D., of Boston, 
Hon. Levi Lincoln, LL. I)., of Worces- 
ter. Vice Pres. Samuel Jennison, Esq., 
?ster Treas Hon. Isaac Davis.LL.B"., 
Ira M. Barton, Nathaniel B. Shurt- 
>l. D.. of Boston, George Liver- 
Esq., Charles Folsoni, Esq., of Cam- 
;, Hon. John P. Bigelow, Hon. 
Merrick, LL. D,. of Boston, Samuel 
ven, Esq., Dwight Foster, Esq., of 
jster, Rev. Edward E. Hale, of Bos- 
ton, Council. Jared Sparks, LL. D., of 
Cambridge, Sec. For. Car. Hon. Ben- 
jamin Franklin Thomas, LL. D., Sec. 
Domes. Cor. Hon. Alex. H. Bullock, of 
Worcester. R c. Sec. Samuel F. Haven, 
Esq., Librarian. 

There are two meetings of the Society 
in the year; cue at Worcester, on the 2 1st 
day of October, in commemoration of the 
discovery of America by Columbus, the 
oti r in B >ston on ike last W'e'dnesd ty ■ ' 
AJ>ril. There are also monthly meetings 
of the Council at Worcester. 

Am eriean Baptist Missionary Union. 



Wor 

k-.u, 

more 

PUin 
F. II 
Won 



Hon. 
n A. 

rn ■., 



Hon. Georce N. Brisks, Pres. 
Nri ■■ ■-''■■■ B >vnton, Trt is. Freem - 
Snul '; ' '>& Treas. Rev J. G. Wa 
Rev. Wm. II. Sti.[\r :r , See's. Rooms. 33 
Som< rset street, Boston. Chosen in May. 

American Baptist Publication Society. 
Rev. llenjarrun Gj tri b. , Cor. Sec. No. 
530 Arch street, Philadelphia. New En^- 



j land Agency, 79 Cornhill, Boston. Rev. 
I D. C. Haynes, Secretary for New England. 

Resides at Charlestown, Mass. Chosen in 
May. 

American Board of Commissioners 
for Foreign Missions 
Rev. Mark Hopkins, D. TL, Pres. Hon. 
Wm. Jessup, Vice Pres. Jas. M. Gordon, 
Treas. Rev. R. Anderson, D. D., Rev. S. 
B. Treat, Rev. S. L. Pomroy, D. D., Rev. 
Geo. W. Wood, See's. Chosen in Septem- 
ber. Missionary House, 33 Pemberton 
square, Boston. 

American Education Society. 

Rev. Hernan Humphrey, Pres. Henry 
Hill, Vice Pres. Stephen T. Farwell, 
Treas. Rev. Increase N. Tarbox, Sec. 
Chosen iu 2>Iay. Rooms No. 15 Cornhill, 
Boston. 

American Institute of Instruction. 
John D. Phiibriok, of Boston, Pres. 
j Wm. D. Ticknor, Boston, Tnas. . B. W. 
j Putnam, Boston, and John Kneeland, 
| Roxbury, Pec. See's. A. M. Gay, Charies- 
i town, Cor. Sec. Chosen in. August. 

American Oriental Society. 

j Edward Robinson. D. D., of New York, 

Pres. Ezra Abbott, Jr., Cambridge. Ree. 

\ See. D. C. Gilman, Treas. W.D.Whit- 

I ne-y, New Haven, Cor. Sec. and Librarian. 

American Peace Society. 
21 Cornhill, Boston. Wm. Jay, Pres. 
I John Field, Treas. G. C. Beckwith, Cor. 
! Sec. Wm. C. Brown, Mec. Sec. Chosen in 

i May. 

American Phonetic; Council. 
James W. Stone, M. t>., Boston, Pres. 
Elias Longley, Cincinnati, Sec. Robert 
Patterson, L", S. Mint, Philadelphia, 
Treas. 

American Pomological Society. 
Marshal: P. Wilder, Boston, Pres' 

Thomas P. James, Philadelphia, Treas. 
Thos. W. Fkld, New York. Sec. 

Fees of Membership.*- -Life, $20; bien- 
nial, §2. 

This useful society holds its sessions bi- 
ennially. The next will be held iu the 
city of Philadelphia, September, 1860. 

American Statistical Association, 
Organized, Dec. il, 1339. 
Rooms, 23 Chauncy street. Edward 
Jarvis, M. D., Pres. Rufna Anderson, 
D. D., Ebenezer Alden, M. D., Vice Pres. 
| J. Wimrate Thornton, Rtc. Sec. Nathan 
I Allen, Home-Sec. Joseph E. Worcester,. 
1 LL D., Cor. Sec. J. S. Clark, D. lb, 
Librarian. Lyman Mason, Treas. C. 
Francis Adams. J. Wingate Thornton, 
Henry Wheatland, E. B. Elliott, Samuel 
F. Raven, Samuel II. Walley, Caleb C. 
Field, John (J. Metcalf, Daniel Wilder, Jr., 
Counsellors. 



SOCIETIES, LIBRARIES, ETC. 



221 



Berkshire Bible Society. 
Formed, 1317. 
Annual meeting first Wednesday after 
tbe first Sabbath in January. 

Hon, W'ru. C PlunkeU, Adams, Pre*. 
George Wells, Lenox, Treat. Eev. E. N. 
A! den, Lenox, Sec. 

Berkshire County Teachers' Association 
Organized, February 14, IS49. 

Annual meeting third Thursday and 
Friday in March. 443 members. 

S. Heed, Pittefield, Pres. 11. E. Daniels, 
Lee, Sec. 

Berkshire District Medical Society. 
Dr. Henry H: Childs, Pittsfieid, Pres. 
Dr. Nathan S. Babbitt, N. Adams, Vice 
Pres, Dr. J. B. Whiting, Lee, Sec. Dr. 
O. E. Brewster, Lee, Treas. 

'Berkshire Temperance Society. 

Annual meeting, February 22. 

Geo. N. Rriggs, Pittsfield, Pres. Wrn. 
Taylor, Lee, C. R, D-an, Daiton, Vice 
Pres. William Martin, N. Adams, Sec. 

Bethesda Society. 
Refuge in Rutland street, Boston. 
Mrs. Norman Seaver, Pres. Miss Lo ai- 
rs. Elisha G. 
February. 



'American Sunday School Union. 
Henry IT >yt, Depository Agent, 9 Corn- 
hi.iL Rev. M. 1. Kunnelis, Sec'y for New 
England. 

American Tract Society. 
Jehu Tappan, Pres. N. P. Ken:;:., Agent 
end Treas. Rev. J. W. Alv< rd, lee. De- 
pository, 28 Cornhill. Chosen in. May. 

American "Unitarian Association. 

Founded, 1824. Incorporated, 1847. 

Rev. E. B, Hall, D. D., Pres. Rev. R. 
P. Stebbins, Ron. Henrv B. Rogers, Vice 
Pres. Rev. ii. A. Miles, D.' D., Sec. 
Calvin W. Clark, Treas. Depository, 21 
Bromfield. 

Affiesbury and Salisbury Agricultural 
and Horticultural Society. 
Incorporated, 1856. 
Josiah B. Gale, Pres. Geo. Turner, Sec. 

Ames Library. Shelbnrne. 
ZebulqnW. Field, Sec. 

Association for Relief of Aged Indigent 
Females. 
Incorporated, 1849, 
Home, 59 Charles street, Boston. Hen- j Mr3,i>orman Seaver, frc. 
rv B. Rogers, Pres. Charles C. Barry, sa J - Broun, Treas. Mi 
Treas. F. R. Woodward, Clerk. Abigail Tucker, See. Chosen in F< 
Ramsey, Matron. Francis Minofc, M. D., 
Physician. Chosen 2d Thursday in Ian, 

Asylum and Farm School for Indigent 
Boys, Boston. 
J. IngersoH Bowditch,. Pres. Moses 
Grant, Vice Pres. Geo. H. Khun, Treas. 
Moses Grant, B. A. Gould, S. E. Bra >ket, 
• "' ;,■ oft Ad-mis. George L. Deblois, Sec. 
Chosen second Tuesday in February, 

Barnstable County Agricultural 
Association. 
Incorporated, 1S44 1 
S. B. Phraney, Barnstable, Pres. Dan- 
iel B«ssett, "Barns-table, Trees. Geo.Mar- 
ston, Bar-ns-tabie, Ue-c, Sue. Frederick 
Scudder, Barnstable, Cor. Sec. 

Barnstable County Teachers' Association. 
Sidney Brooks, Harwich, Pres. Freder- 
ick Seudder, Hyannis, Treas. Rev. Hiram 
Carlton, V,*. Barnstable, Sec. 

Barnstable District Medical Society, 

Dr. Franklin I^id-ze, Harwich, Pres. 
Dr. Geo. W. Doane, Vice Pres. Dr. John 
Bh.cI ler, Monument, Sec. Dr. John M. 
Smith, Barnstable, Treas. and Librarian. 

Benevolent Fraternity of Churches. 

For the support of the Ministry at Large 
;: 13 :ton. ~ ■ 

Rev. Ezra 3. Gannett, D. D.. Pres. Jo- 
seph H. Alien, treas. Rev. Rufus Ellis, 
Sec. Priiice flawes.Geo: Merrill, Exec ^ 
live Com. Chosen in March. 



Bible Society of Salem and Vicinity. 
Instituted. August 22, 1810. 

Annual meeting the second Wednesday 
in June, Rev. Samuel M. Worcester, Pres. 
Stephen B.Ives, Treas. Rev. J. 11. Hop- 
pin, Sec. 

Bigelow Library Association, Clinton. 

janized, 1852. 
Franklin Forbes, Pres. A. E. Bigeloiv, 
Sec. 

Blackstone Athenaeum. 
Incorporated, 1S-56. 

H. S. Mansfield, Pres. William Tebb, 
Sec. 

Blackstone library Association. 

Welcome Farnum, Pres. J. C. Hobbs, 
Cor. Sec. James X. CoOiStock, Rec. Sec. 

Blackstone Lyceum. 
Charles Wight, Pres. Moses Getehell, 
Sec. 

Board of Missions of the Episcopal 

Church, Diocese of Massachusetts. 

The Rt. Rev. Manton East/burn, 1) D , 

Pres. Rev. Charles Mason, Sec. Rev. 

Geo. M. Randall, D. D., Treas. Chosen 

in May. 

Bolton Agricultural Library Association. 
Lvman Moore, Pres. Silas Holman, 
Sec." 

Boston Academy of Hornceopatbic 

Medicine. 
Organized, 1858. 



Berkshire Agricultural Society. 

fncorporan : , Feb. 25, 1811/ j Meets every > 

Annual .-' tin-, Pittefield, first Tuesday h^oms No 17 Irewont lemple. Samue 
after first Sunday in each year. Gregg, M.D.,Pm, 1L L. Cmuse,M..D.,,St ( 

B. F. Mills, WUliamsi wn, Pres. Chris, j Boston AtheaiBTim. 

K.Tra y, Hinsdale, John M. Cole, Wil- 
li im mvn, Vice Pres. EL nr) M. V- rsms, , 
Pmstk-ld, Treas. Ensign H. tKelloyg, „ 1 rr 
Pin :.• • -l Sec e "» ' iCe *>''*• Henry Jo. Rogers, iru 



tna.av evenmrr, at 



Instituted, 1.S04, Incorporated, lb07. 
G. Caw. Pres. John A Low- 



222 



MASSACHUSETTS REGISTER, 



L«? muel Shaw, Jr., Sto?. William F. Poole, 
Librarian. Wm J. Adams, r(s*'^ Libra- 
rian. Number of volun ... 65,009. Bea- 
con street. Chosen in January. 

Boston BsnefU Society. 
G. Newton Thompson, Pres. C. F. 
Rand, Fice Pres. James Knott, Treas. 
Chas. F. Classen, Sec. James M. Phippa, 
M. D., Physician. Chosen in January. 

Boston Burns Club. 

dohn S. Tyler, Pres. Otis Rich, Vice 
Pres. William Bogle, Treas. Justin 
Jones, Librarian. John C. Moore, Sec. 
Chosen in February. 

Boston Dispensary. 
Instituted, 1796. 

Jianaqers. Samuel May (Chairrhan), 
Tsath'l L. Frothingh'am, Uriel Crocker, 
Nath'l II. Emmons, George H. Kuhn, J. 
Huntington Wolcott, Henry B. Rogers, 
Samuel E. Guild, William R. Lawrence, 
Henry Austin Whitney (Secretary), Ab- 
bott Lawrence, Henry Plympton. Treas., 
Edward idake. 

'Consulting Physicians- - Jacob Bigelow, 
P. M. Crane. Consulting Surgeons — Geo. 
Hay-ward, Jr., Solomon D, Townsend. 
Attending Surgeons — G. H. Lyman, He 
W. Williams, R. M. Hodges, I)' D. Siade, 
Attendijig Physicians — Wm. W. More- 
land, CI: dries D. ffomans, Calvin Ellis, Z. 
B, Adorns. J. Nelson Borland. Supt. — 
Jo;.n Li- Alley. Hist. 1, Dr. Stem Mighjll. 
Hictrict 2, Dr. M. B. Leonard. District 3. 
Dr. John A. Laimon. District i. C. G. 
Page. District 5. Dr. Robert Ware. Dis- 
trict 6, Z. B. Adams. District 7. William 
Osgood. District S, J, S. H. Fogg. 
Managers elected annually, second Thurs- 
day in October ; Physicians and Surgeons 
elected annually in July. Central Office, 
Benn&t street, corner of Ash. Med: al 



aa<; 
iKil 



nsTi 



Boston Library Society. 

Hon. Lemuel Shaw, LL. D , For. Wm. 
Mil ot, Don. James Savage, LL. D., Aaron 
BaKtwro, Joseph Willard, Waldo Fdnt, 
Henry Wainwright, James M. Barnard, 
William S. Roger-, Peter Wainwright, 
Trustees. Henry Wainwright, 'Treas. 
William T. Andrews, Sec. Chosen in 
M ay . 

Boston Medical Association. 

Instituted, 1806. 

Nathaniel B. Shurtleif. M. D.. W. J. 
1' tie, M. I)., Silas Durkee. M. D.. J. Ma- 
■ -. Warren, Stand • ■ Co. . John B. 
Aiiey, M. D., Sec. Chosen in May. 

Boston Port Society. 

Albert Fearing, Pres. Charles Henry 
1 ■ :-•••, 'lYeas. J. A. Andrew, Sec, Cho- 

-• a ... Uhf.iary. 

Boston Museum Dramatic Fund 
Aiso;iai;oa. 

V. W. Mo-art, Pres. J P. Price, Vice 
Pres. W. U. Curtis, Treas. Josspii 
Ramctti, Rec Sec. William Warden, Cor. 
Set . Chosen in January. 



Boston Mutnal Benefit Society. 
Franklin II. Sprague, Pres. David S. 
Tarr, Vice Pres. Benj. F. Paine, Sec. 
Joseph P. Paine, Treas. D. H. Storer, 
Physician. B. Miles Huse, A. W. Coles, 
S. B. Krogman, Zaccheus Holmes, J. S. 
Gove, Relief Committee. 

Boston Total Abstinence Society. 
Organized, 1855. 
Alexander H. Twombly, Pres. Moses 
Mellen, Treas. Nathaniel Noyes, Sec. 
Chosen in January. 

Bou-doin Literary Association, 
Dorchester. 
Incorporated, 1856. 
E.j P. McEiroy, Pres. Cyrus Savage, 
Sec. 

Boylston Medical Society, Boston. 
I). D. Slade, Pres. Henry K. Oliver, 
Jr., Vice Pres. Calvin Page, Sec. and 
Treas. 

Braintree Lyceum. 
Edward Potter, Pres. A. T. Peckharn, 
Sec. 

Bridgswater Natural Eistory Society. 
J. A. Hyde, Pres. F. Crafts, Sec, and 
Cab met Keeper. 

Bridgewater Normal Association. 
William II. Ladd. Boston, Pres. F. C. 
Smith, Stoughton, Sec. 

Brighton Ladies' Eenevolent Ssciety. 

Mrs. Thos. O. Rice, Pres. Miss Har 
riet A. Hollis, Treas. $ Sec. 

Brighton Ladles' Association. 
Mrs. Frederic A. Whitney, Pres. Mrs. 
Charles Heard, Treas. Mis. James M. 
Whittemore, Sec. 

Brighten Library Association. 
Sedgwick Plummer, Pres. J. P. G. 
Wi-j ship, Sec. Benj. H. Champney, Li- 
brarian. 

Brighton Lyceum. 
S. A. Poor, Pres. J. P. C. Winship, 

Sec. 

Bristol County Teachers' Association. 

Officers chosen in April. John F. Em- 
erson, New Bedford. Pres. Geo. G. Lyon, 
Fad River, Sec. and Trees. 

Bristol County Total Abstinence Society. 
J hn Whiting, Pres. A. L. Scott, 
North Attleboro', Sec. 

Bristol Coauty Agricultural Society. 

Nathan Durfee, Fall River. President. 
Lemuel T. Talbot, Taunton, Secretary. 

Bristol North District Medical Society. 

Dr. Eenoni Carpenter, Pawtucket, P- ?s. 
Dr. Dan King, Taunton, Vice President. 

Dr. Charles Elowe, Raynivam, Sec. and 
T i ■■ urer. Drs. John It. Bronson, Attle- 

•. -i, and John D. Chase, Taunton, 
Librarians. 

Bristol South District Medical Society. 
Dr. William A. Gordon, New Bedford, 
rres. Dr. Robert T. Davis, Fall River. 
!". e Pres. Dr. Charles D. Stickney, New 
Bedford, Sec. Dr. John H. Jennings, New 
B< dfoid, Treasurer and Librarian. 



SOCIETIES, LIBRARIES, ETC. 



223 



British Charitable Society, Boston. 

George Gre.ig.Pre3. Wpu Whitehead, 
Vice Pres. Andrew B. Lawrie, Treasurer. 
D, M. Balfour. Sec. 

Brookline Public Library. 
Thomas Parsons, President. James A, 
D ij ■:•', Secretary. J. E. Ilorr, Librarian. 

Bunker Kill Monument Association, 
Charlestown. 

G. Washington Warren, Pres. S. Ham- 
mond Russell, Treas. Joseph II. Buck- 
ingham, Sec. 

Cambridge Humane Society. 

Wm. L. Whitney. Pres. A.H. Ramsey, 
Treas. Arthur Merrill, Sec. J.A.Albro', 
Wm. Newell, F. J. Child, F. I) Hunting- 
ton, John Pryor, Trustees. 

Cambridge Lyceum. 

Wm. L. Whitney, Pres. A. H. Ram- 
say, Sec. and Treasurer. 

Cape Cod Association, Boston. 

I> ■vid Se.ars,-.3?res. Thirteen Vies Pres- 
idents. Isaac Thacher,, Treas. Henry A. 
Scudder, Ccr. Sec. William S. Thacher, 
Rec. Sec. Chosen in August. 

Ciiaria table Association of the Boston 

Fire Department. 
John C. Hubbard, Pres. George W- 
Bird, Vice Pres. David Weld, Treasurer. 
Oliver R. Robbies, Secretary. 

Charitable Orthopedic Association, 
Boston. 

Lemuel Shaw, Pres. Samuel A. Elliot, 
Vice Pres. Geo. H. Suhn, Treas. John 
Homians, Stephen Faifbanks,Moses Grant, 
Benjamin S. Rotch, II. W. Paine, Trus- 
tees. J. P. llealy, See. J, B. Brown, 
Buckminsier Brown, Surgeons. ■ 

Charlestown Colonization Society. 
Abraham R. Thompson, Pres. William 
Tufts, Treas. Wm. Fosdick, Sec. 

Chebacco Library Asssociation, Esses, 

Organized, 185 >. 
0. H. P. Sargent, Pres. Moses L. An- 
drews, See. 

Chelsea Library Association. 

Organized, 1838. Re-organized, 1851. 
Wm. Low, President. Wm. IjL.Pabner, 
Secretary. 

Children's Friend Society. 
Rutland Street, Boston. 
Mrs. Wm. Reynolds, Pres. Mrs. Nor- 
m m C. Stevens, Sec. Chosen in Novem- 
ber. 

Children's Mission to the Children of the 
Destitute, Boston, 

Albert Fearing, Pres. William Crosby, 
Treas, George Merrill, Sec. Chosen in 
May. 

Citizen's Library Asso., Gloucester. 

Organized, 1&37. 
William P. Doliivef, J 'res. Cyrus Story, 
Jr., Sec. 



City Library Association, Springfield. 
Charles Marsh-, Pres. L. A. Tiri't, Sec. 

City Missionary Society. 
Office, 16 Tremont Temple, Boston. 
Charles Scudder, Pres. Henry Hoyt, 
Treas. Rev. Andrew B. Stone, Sec. 

Coleraine Agricultural Society. 
Rominor Smith, Pres. Hugh. B. Miller, 
Secretary. 

Columbian. Charitable Associatiouof Ship- 
wrights and Calkers, Boston. 

John Garney, Pres. Josiah Parsons, 
Vice Pres. Chas.H. Dolbeare, Sec. Wm. 
B. Dolbeare, Treasurer. 

Columbian Society, Marblehead. 

Instituted, 1824. 
Richard Ramsdeil, Pres. . Joseph P. 
Turner, Jr., Sec. 

Concord Lyceum. 
Ozias Morse, Pres. John Brown. Jr., 
Sec. Geo. Heywood, Treas. 

Congregational Board of Publication, 

Depositor}^, Cong. Library Building, 23 
Chauncy street, Boston. Jacob Ide, Pres. 
Samuel K. Whipple, Treas. Sewaii Hard- 
ing, Sec. Chosen in May.' 

Congregational Library Association. 

Cong. Library Building, 23 Channcvst., 
Boston. W. T. Dwisrht, L>. D., President. 
James P. JieUedge," Treas. J. S. Clark, 

D I)., Cor. See,. Key. S. H. Riddell, Rec. 

Sec. Chosen in May. 

Dartmouth College Association. 
Meet Cong, Lib. Building, Chauncy St., 
Boston. Lvman Mason, Treas. Rev. 
Joseph B. Felt, Cor. See. Robert I. Bur- 
lank, B .c. See. Chosen in January. 

Bedhan Library Association. 
Organized, 1855. 

Edmund Quincy, Pres. Henry .0. Hil- 
i dretb, Sec. 

Dorchester, Antiquarian and Historical 
Society. 

Incorporated, 1855. 

Edmund P. Tikston, Pres. Edmund J. 
Baker, Vice Pres. Ebenezer Clapp, Jr., 
Sec. Edward Hoiden, Librarian. 

Bowsg Institute, Cambridge. 

Organized, IS 58, 

Zelotes Hosmer, Pres. W.W.Welling- 
ton, See. Charles Deane, Treasurer. 

Dukes County Educational Association. 
Organized, Sept., 1S-1S. 

Officers chosen, in October, Charles B. 
Allen, pres. John A',". Mayhew, Nf, 

Dustin Monument Association, Haverhill . 

Incorporated, 1856. 

James *H. Duncan, Pres. Charles Cor 
lisSj Secretary. George Coffin, Treas. 



221 



MASSACHUSETTS REGISTER. 



Eastern Hampclan Agricnltaral Society. Ersratt Literary Association, Boston 



Incorporated, 1856. 

Samuel Shaw, Palmer, Pres. J. K. 
h a >.v, Palmer, Sec. 

Eastern Hampshire Agricultural Society, 
Ware. 
O. Sage, Pres. C. P. Mors?, See.] 

Easthampton Farmers* Club. 
Luther Wright, Jr., Pres. Ansel B. Ly- 
ra un, Secretary. 

Eliot Library Association, W. Bczbury 

William H. Spooner, Jr., Pres. Samuel 
Burnham, Sec. 

English High School'Association, Eoston. 

Frederick U. [Tracy, Pres. Francis. J. 
Parker, Vice Pres. Edward H. Ammi- 

down, Treas. and Sec E. A.Eobart, W. Jona3 Gammdl p reSm Andrew Wd _ 

W. Davenport, to. &„ Dekns, J. B. Fenno, lmo-ton Sec 
J. W. Robbins, Directors. Chosen in 



Room in Mercantile Building. John S. 
Bugbee, Pres. Henry S. Jones, Vice 
Pre?. John S. Bugbee, Sea. Edward 
Blake, Treas. Richard W. ilayner, Lib. 

Fall Elver Ataenaeum. 

Established, 1835. Incorporated, ISoo. 

S. A. Chace, Pres. Henry G. Earl, 
Treas. and Lib. Thos. F. Eddy, Clerk. 

Farmers' and Mechanics' Club, Pepperell. 
D. Perry, Pres. J. H. Boiles, Sec. 

Farmers' and Mechanic' Library Asso- 
ciation, Aihol. 

L. W. Hapgood, Pres. J. I. Goulding, 

Sec. 

Farmers' Club, Lexington. 



January, 

Jlsses Agricultural Society, 

Incorporated, ISIS. 

Meetings annually, in September or Oc- 
tober. Daniel Adams, of Newbury, Pres. 
Alien W. Dodge, Hamilton, Sec. Win, 
Sutton, S- Danvers, Trees. ' 

* Essex County Teachers' Association. 
Organized, Dec, " 1S30. 

' Meetings semi-annually, on the third 
Friday and Saturday of April and October. 
Wta. C. Todi. Newburyport, Pres. J. A. 
Shores, Haverhill, Vice pres D. M. 
Easton, Gloucester, Eec. Sec. Alpheus 
Gx tsbf, Salem, Cor. Sec Stephen Pea- 
b-.'t'y. Newburyport, Treas. 

£&$k Institute, Salem. 
Incorporated, IS4S. 

. Annual Meeting, second Wednesdav in 
May. Library contains 10,000 toIs: 1>". A. 
White, Pres. John Lewis Russell, John C. • 
Lev. H. M. Brooks, Vice P/cs'cs.. Henry 
Wheatland, Sec. and Treas. John H. 
Stone, Lib. Caleb Cooke, Cabinet Keeper. 

Essex Korth District Medical Society. 

Dr. Deaa Rnbinson, West Newbury, 
Pres. Dr. Benjamin Atkinson, West 
Amesbury, Vice Pres. Dr. Martin Root, 
Byfieid, Sec. end Treas. Dr. Israel 2s. 
Snath, Haverhill, Lib. 

;E : s"s:&x South Listrict Medical Society. 

Dr. Ebenezer Hunt, North Danversj 

J,- > '. Dr. Augustus Torrev, Beverly, 

I- '■ Pres. Dr. Richard II. Wheai: mi, 

'in, treas Dr. Frederick Winsor, 

> ..,>.,'. Dr.Lincolu R.Sione, Salem, I 



Evangelical Tract Society, Boston. 

,1 I n Prvor, D. D., Pres. William A. 
•:■ AdU it, l ice Pits. Charles D, Could, 
■er. Wirt, 1). Tieknor, 'Teas. Joshua 
ii-vcohr, Auditor. 



Farmers' Club, Newbury. 

Hon. Daniel Adams, Pres. G. P. Sar- 
gent, Sec. 

Farmers' Club, West 2?ewbury. 
Ira Blake, Pres. Geo. Emory, Sec. 

Fatherless and Widows' Society, Boston.. 

Mrs. James F. Baldwin, Pres. Mrs. 
John Tappan, Mrs. James Pickens, Mrs. 
Keman Lincoln, Vice Pres'ts. Mrs. Wil 
liam Reynolds, Trees. Mrs. Alfred E. 

Giles, Sec. Chosen in October. 

Female Beneficent Society, Fawtucket. 

Mrs. Phebe T Ingraham, Pres. Mrs. 
C. B. Farnsworth, Sec. 

Female Benevolent Society, HaverhilL 

Incorporated, 181.8. 

Mrs. David Webster, Pres. Mrs. John 
A. Appleton, Vice President. Mrs. Mary 
Slickiicy, Treas and Sec. 

Female Charitable Society, Newburyport. 

Organized, 1805. 

Mr*. Randolph Campbell, Pres. Mrs. 
Harriet Sanborn, Sec. 

Female Humane Society, Marblehead. 

Mrs. En,. ice Hooper, Pres. Miss Han- 
nah Hooper, Sec. 

Female Samaritan Society, Boston. 

Mrs. J. Davis, Pres. Mrs. J. P. Lake- 
man, Sec. Chosen in October. 

Fecial? Samaritan Society, Salem. 

Miss Lydia Froihingham, Pres. Miss 
Jane Vamey, Sec. Miss Mary E. Whip- 
ple, Treas. ' 

Female Orphan Asylum. 

Washington, corner Asjlum street, Bos- 
ton. Mrs. Abby 1,. Wales, First Direct 
ress. Miss Mary Otis, Treas. Miss M. 
A. Wales, Sec. Mrs. Julia Meiocu, Ma 
trun. Chosen in September. 



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Fisher Charitable • Soeiaty. 

Incorporated, 1809. 

William Eodicott, Sec. 

Fitehtrarg Athenaeum. 

Incorporated, 18-52. 

Rev. Kendall Brooks, Pres. Daniel 
o:ean>s, Sec. dud Librarian. 

Fragment: Society, 

Mrs. Daniel P. Parker, Pres. Miss O. 
II. Parker. Vtce Pres. Miss Mary Otis, 
Treas. Miss Harriet L. Brown, Sec. 
Chosen in October. 

Franklin County Agricultural Society. 

Organized, May, 18-50. 

Z. L. Raymond, Greenfield, Pres. /as. 
S. Grennell, Green£eld, Treas. and Sec. 

Franklin County Benevolent Association-. 

EKhu Smith, Sunderland, Pres. Rev, 
D. A. Strong, South Deorfield, Sec. 

Franklin. County Commor. Schoei 
Association, 

D. O. Fiske, Shelburne, Pres. D-irwb 
Barnard, Sec. mid Treas, 

Franklin Pistrict Medical Society. 

Dr. David Bradford, Montague, Pres. 
Dr. L. Dwight Seymour, Greenfield, Vice 
Pres. Dr. Charles M. Duncan, Sneiburne, 
See,, Treas., and Librarian. 

Fra-iklin Library Associativa of 
Is, manure, 

John Mc©uffie, Pres. Win H. Haley, 
Sec. George E. Sawyer, Lib. 

Franklin Library Association, Laurence, 

Incorporated, 1847. 

Wm. J. Rolfe. Pr<es. S. C. Woodward, 
Vke Pre*. A. D. Biaachard, Trern. S. 
E.Stcne, See*. 

Franklin Literary Association, 
Booms in Tremont Temple, E )st on. 
Chas. F, Wyman, Pres. John B. Rich- 
ards, Vice Pre.'. C. E. French, Treas. 
James H. Wiggin, Pec. Sec. A. W. Bow- 
«n, Cor. Sec. W. N. Eayrs, Ltb. Chosen 
in October. 

Franklin Medal Scholars' Association. 

Edward Everett, Pres. Jas. T. Austin, 
Iiobt. C %Viuihrop, James Savage, Vive 
Presets, and fifteen Directors. John C. 
Pratt, Sec. WilKam 11. Dennett, Treas. 
Chosen in January. 



General Association of Massachusetts, 

Alonzo H. Quint, of West Roxbury, 

Sec. ' 

German Immigrant /.id Sociaty, Boston 
Incorporated, 1848. 

Edward Habich, Pres. Frederick F. 

Finois, Vice Pres. J. Schumacher, Cor. 

Sec. F. A. Hirsch, Treasurer. Chosen in 
January. 

Glonceafer Lyceum and Library Asso- 
ciation, 
Organized, 18-31. 

Samuel E. Pierce, President. D. Ehvell 
Woodbury, Sec, 

Granville Educational Association. 

James W. Spelman, Pres. George H. 

Atkins, Sec. 

Green Mountain Agricultural Society 
Worthing ton, 

Cyrus M. Parsons, 
Perrv. Sec. 



Pres. A. D wight 



Groton Lyceum. 
George H. Brown, Librarian. 

Hampden Agricultural Society. 
George Bliss, of' Springfield, President. 
Fifteen Vice Presidents and a Board of 
Directors. Alfred A. Alien, Springfield, 
Sec. and Treas. 

Hampden County Teachers' Association. 
Organized in January, 1847. 

Officers chosen annually in November. 
E. F. Foster, Pre*. J. D. Stratton, Set. 

Eampdea District Medical Society. 

Dr. Nathan Adams, Springfield, Pres. 
Dr. Thomas L. Chapman, Longmeadow, 
Vice Pres. Dr. George A, Otis, Spring - 
fieidj Sec-.. Treas,., and. Lib. 

Hampshire Agricultural Society, 
Incorporated, 1840. 
N. Austin Smith, Pres. J. W. Boydcn, 
■Sec. and Treas. 

Hampshire Bible Society. 
Rev. Gordon Hall, of Northampton, 
Pres. W. II. Stoddard, Sec. 

Hampshire District Medical Society. 
Seth Fisk, Amherst, Pres. J.unes 
Tjiosnpsop, Northampton, S/c. 

Hampshire Education Society, 
Rev. Zachary Eddy, of Northampton, 
Pres, S. E. Bridgrnao, Sec. 



Hampshire Foreign Missionary Society, 

„ . ,. „, „.. , „ . „ Gordon Hall, Pres. Wm. il. Stoddard, 

Franklin Typographies! Society, Boston, g^ 



Incorporated, 1825. 

C. H. Woodwcll, Pres. Thos. T. Os- 
boro, Vice Pres. Thos. J. Liilie, Treas. 
Patrick E. Hayes, Sec. Henry VV.So.uire, 
Librarian, Chosen ra January. 

Gardner Library Association, Dorchester. 
Incorporated, 1S56. 

Edward L. Pierce, Pres. George A. 
tlaynes, Treas. Win. Paine, Sec. 
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Hampshire, Franklin, and Hampden 
Agricultural Society, 

Elisha Edwards, of South Hampton, 
Pres. Horace I. Hodges, of Northampton, 
Sec. 

Hampshire Homo Missionary Society, 
Lewis Strong, Northampton, Pres. Jus. 
Hibben, Sec. 
Lewis Strong, Treas. Education Soc. 
J. P. Wiliibton, Treas* Tract Sec 



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Handei and Haydn Society, Boston, 
Chas, F. CrUckering, Pres, Geo. Hews, 
Vice Prt'. Loren B. Barn.es, Sec. Mat. 
S. Parker, Treas. Edward Faxon, Lib. 
JFoha S. Fallow, Horace E. Hazelton, 
James P. Draper, Oren J. Faxon, T heron 
i. DMe, Geo. H. Chickering, John A. 
h well, Geo. Fisher, Trustees. 

Haverhill Athenaeum. 
Incorporated, 18-32. 
S. L. B. Speare, Pre*. Richard C. 
Howe, Treas. Edmund Fletcher, Sec. 

Haverhill Mechanics' Institute. 
Incorporated, 18-56. 
J. B. Swett, Pres. E. P. Hill, Treas. 

A. J. Farriugton, Sec. 

Bingham Agricultural and Horticultural 
Society. 
Albert Fearing, Pres. Edmund Herscy, 
Rec. Sec. Thomas Ti Bouve, Cor. See, 

Home for Or. han and Destitute Children. 
IS Charles street, Boston, Organized, 
1855. Right Rev. Manton Eastbuvn, 
D. ]>., Pres. John Jeffries, Jr., Treas, 
Hiss Martha Casing, Sec. Mrs. E. Ca- 
verlj. Matron. Annual meeijipg in No- 
'* ember. 

Homo for the Fallen, Boston. 
Joseph Story, Flsq., Pres. Rev. Phi- 
r :-:is Stowe, Moses Mellen, Vice Presidents. 
John E. Goodwin, Sec. Daniel Allen, 
Trees. Albert Day, K. Easterbro&k, J. 
H. Beal, J. M. Read, Daniel Allen, Exe~ 
cttlive Committee, chosen in November. 

Hommopatnie Medical Dispensary. 

Incorporated, 1856. 
No. 17 Trernont Temple* Open daily for 
gratuitous medical treatment of the poor, 
from 12. M , to 1, P. M. Jacob Sleeper, 
Otis Clapo, Alexander H. Eice> Geortre 
Kussell, M. !>., S. G. Cheever, Isaac Rich, 
Orin : -. Sanders, M. I'-, John J). Richard- 
son, Rev. James N. Sykes, A. W. Farrar, 
Win. II. Wood, Franklin Snow, Samuel 
Gregg, M. D., J. C. Neil son, M.D., J. H. 
Woodbury, M. D., M. Fuller, M. D., L. 
McFarland, M. D., Sullivan Whitney, 
Trustees. Drs. Samuel Gregg, David 
Thayer, George Russell, L. Macfarlaud, 
II. I.. Chase, C. F. Geist, S. Rernisz, G. 
W. Dennett. O. S. Sanders, Win. P. vVes- 
selhoeft, J. H. Woodbury, II. C. Angell, 
Physicians. Drs. M. Fuller, B. II. West, 
I. T. Talbot, C. Cullis, Surgeons. Charles 

B. Hall, Treas. I. T.Talbot, M. D., Sec., 
Chosen second Thursday in January. 

Hcusatonic Agricultural Society. 
Incorporated, 1848. 
Daniel B. Fenn, Pres. Noah Gibson, 
New Mailboro', £i;jah N. Hubbard, Gre.t 
Barrington, Vice Presidents. Edward P. 
Woodworth, Great Barrington, Treas. 
Samuel ii. Sumner, Sec. 

House of the Angel Guardian. 
Attached to St. John's Church, Boston. 
Incorporated i&53. Under the charge of 
Kev. George F. Raskins. The object of 
this establishment is to afford a refuge and 
a teraporatfy home to destitute boys, who 
an- there schooled, provided fori and in- 
structed in their faith, till they can be 
placed or apprenticed to good masters. 



Howard Benevolent Society, Boston, 
Mo>es Grant/, Pres. Wm. Ropes, Robt. 
B. Storer, Vice Pres. George Calender, 
Treas. Geo. F. Bigelow, M. D., Sec. 

j Howard Benevolent Society, Cambridge. 
Formed, 1857- 
Lewis Colby, Pres. Eben Snow, See. 
A. C. Webber, Treas. » 

Howard Benevolent Society. 
'Newburyport and vicinity. Jos. Morss, 
Pre?. A. \V. Miltimore, Treas. James 
Caldwell, See. 

Humane Society of Massachusetts. 

David Sears, Pres. John Romans, 
William Appletorr, Vice Pres. Charles 
Amory, Treas. Rev. Samuel K.-Lothrop, 
Boston, Cor. Sec. Samuel Hooper, Pec. 
Sec. Chosen second Tuesday of May. 

Infidel Relief Society, Boston. 
Horace Seaver, Pres. Martin Bird r 
Vice Pres. Josiah P. Mendum, Treas. 
James M. Becket, .Sec. Annual meeting 
in March, 

Ipswich Social Library. 
James Peatfieid, Fr&s. F. H. "Wade* 
Sec. 

Independent Mission Society. 
Thos, Russell, Pres. Humphrey Chad- 
bourn, Treas. 

Irish Charitable Society, Boston, 
Instituted, 1/36. Incorporated, 1823. 
_ John C. Crowley, Pres. Patrick Phil- 
lips, Vice Pres. Hush T B:ien r Treas. 
W. S. Pelletier, Sec. Thus Coyie, Keeper 
of the Silver Key. Chosen in March. 

Irish Literary Association. 
Patrick McDonald, Sec. 

Jamaica Plain Athenaeum. 
Incorporated, 1856. 
Not yet organized. 

Ladies 7 American Horn) Education 
Society. 

No. 23 Albany street, Bo?ton. Mts, 
E-benezer Hayward, Pres. Mrs. Philip 
Holway, Treas. and Agent. Mrs. Samuel 
Kettelle, Bee. Sec. Mrs. M. L. Wain- 
wright, Cor. Sec. Mrs. D. P. Morse and 
S. E. Dawes, Auditors. Chosen in Janu- 
ary. 

Ladies' Secevolent Society, Newbury. 

Incorporated, 1S56. 
Mrs. Caroline Withington, Pres. Miss 
Edna D. Newman, Sec. 

Ladies Bethel Society, Newburyport. 
Instituted, 1S36. Incorporated, 18o7« 
Miss Iieien Tracy, Pres. Mrs. S. A. 

Follansbee, See. Mrs. Samuel W. Pike, 

'Treas. 

Ladies' Charitable As cciation, Haverhill, 
Incorporated, 1856. 
Mrs. Sarah Palmer, Pres. Mrs. Porter 
Harmon, Vice Pres. Mrs. Merriam Kim- 
ball, Treas. and Sec. 

Ladies' General Charitable Society, 

Newburyport. 
Mrs. Luther F. Dimmick, Pres. Mar- 
garet II . Andrews, Sec. 



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Marino Benevolent Society, Wellflaet. 
Incorporated, 1837- 
N. P. Wiley, Pres, Giles Hopkins, 
See. 

Mariners' Total Abstinence Society, 

Boston. 
Rev. Phineas Sr.mve, Pres. Capt. 
Easterbrooks, Vice Pres. Stephen Vialie, 
Treas, J. Freeman, Sec. Chosen in Jan. 

Martha Washington Society, Seekonk. 
Mrs. Gardner Luther, Pres. JMrs. Dex- 
ter Wheeler, Sec. 

Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society. 

Francis Jackson, Pres. Samuel Phil- 
brick. Treas. Samuel May, Jr., Cor. Sec. 
and General Agt. .Robert F. Wailcut, Rec. 
Sec. Chosen in January. Office, 21 Corn- 
hill, Boston. . 

Massachusetts Baptist Convention. 
Itev. Geo. B. Icle, Boston, Pres. Asa 
Wilbur, Dan'l Sanderson, Vice Presidents. 
Lamb," frc'asl' N. ■ ."p| ~Hou*h7on,' Sec. I Wm. D. Ticknor, Treas. Joseph Bicker, 
Geo. P. Wiison, Gen, Agent., " Sec - Geo - ^ v - Chapman, Auditor* 

la-wrenCD Young Men's Christian Asso- j Massachusetts Bible Society. 

cialicii. Incorporated, 1809. 



Ladies' Seamen's Friend Society. Salom. 
Or-anized, Jan. 22. 18-1-1. 

hit*. George 11. Smith, Pres. Miss 
Sarah Hobart, Sec. 

Ladies' Union Relief Society, Chelae?.. 
Organized, 1813. 

Mrs. Lather Town, Pres. Mrs. Henry 
B. Tenney, Sec. 

Lancaster Agricultural Sceioty. 

Charles Humphrey, Pres. J. L, S. 
Thompson, Sec. 

Latin School Association, Boston. 

Instituted, 1844. B. A. Gould, Pres. 
George S. Hilhird, Vice Pres. Nathaniel 
B. Shurtierf, Sec. and Treas. Francis 
Gardner, Librarian. Chosen in May. 

Laurel Hill Association, 
L. S. Adams, Pres. E. W. B. Canning, 
Sec. 

Lawrence Provident Association. 
Urganhed, 18-54. 
Rev. George Packard, Pres. Dr. W. 1). 



Lewis Youm?, Pres. S. E. Stone, Cor. 
Sec. D. G. Walker, Rec. Sec. N. P. 
Houghton, Treas. 

Leominster Farmers' and Mechanics' 

Society. 
Daniel P. Haines, Pres. James Ben- 
nett, Sec. 

Lowell Literary Association. 
Charles E. Bee'oe, Pres. Charles Hunt, 
Sec. 

Lowell Missionary Association. 
Formed, 1843. 
John Avery, Pres. Hangood Wright, 
Sec. itev. Horatio Wood, Minister at 
Large. 

Luaeu'hurg Farmers' Club 
F.phr-.dm Jones. Pres. Wm, H. Jones, 
Sec. 
Lyceum Library Association, Man- 
chester. 
John Pric-, Pres. D. L. Bingham, See. 

Lynn Library Association. 
Organized, 18-35. 
John B. Alley, Pres. William How- 
land, Sec. 

LyhnMusica Association. 
Organized. IS 5.. 
Warren Tapley, Pres. Joseph H. San- 
born, Sec. 

Manchester Lyceum Library. 
Formed, April9, LS30. 
Larkin Woodbury, Pres. Geo. F. Bust, 
Sec. 

Marine Society, Boston, 
Otiice, 1-56 Commercial street. E. E. 
Davison, Pres. O-sborne Howes, Vice 
Pns. Thomas Lamb, Treas. Henry K. 
Loring, Sec. Henry K. Loriug. Jarius B. 
Lincoln, Willis Howes, John Williams, 
Committee of Relief. Willis Howes, Rich- 
ard Soule, Charles Lincoln, ■! an A. 
Paine, Henry K. Loiing, Port Hardens. 
Chosen in November. 



Hon. Richard Fletcher, Pres. Rev. 
Nathaniel L. Frothingham, Vice Pres. 
George B. Sampson, Treas. Rev. George 
W. Blagclen, Cor. Sue. Be v. Daniel 
Butler, Rec. Sec. Applications are to be 
made for Bibles to Rev. George Richards, 
George R. Sampson, Albert Fearing, 
Executive Committee. Chosen in May. 
Bible Depository, 15 Cornhill, Boston. 

Massachusetts Charitable Eye and Ear 
Infirmary. 

Infirmary, Charles street, Boston, S. D. 
Townsend, Pres. J. W. Edmunds, Treas. 
Charles R. Codman, Sec. Edward Rey- 
nolds, .Robert W. Hooper, George A. 
Bethune, John C. Sharp, Surgeons. Al- 
gernon Coolidge, AX&t. Surgeon. Consul- 
tations every day at 11 o'clock. 

Massachusetts Charitable Fire Society. 
Instituted, 1794. 
Bourns, 27 State street, Boston. Wm. 
T. Andrews, Pres. William Adams, Vice 
Pres. Solomon Hovey, Treas. Wash- 
ington P. Gregg, Cur. Sec. Enoch Hobart, 
Pi.ec. Sec. Chosen in October. 

Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic 
Association, 

13 Brom field street, Bostou. Jos. M. 
Wightman, Pres. L. Miles Standi, h, 
Vice Pres. Osmyn Brewster, Treas, 
Joseph L. Bates, Sec, Henry Bowen. 
Librarian. Chosen in January. 

Massachusetts Charitable Society. 

Founded, 1762. Incorporated, 1780. 
Uriel Crocker, Pres. Sidney f! iner, Vice 
Pres. SamueJ Ik Pierce, Tu •>. James 
Whiting, Boston, Sec. Chosen in Septem- 
ber. 

Massachusetts College of Pharmacy. 

Room, 12 Temple place, Boston. Ire u- 
tuted in 1823. Re-organized in 18.H. 
Incorporated, 1832. Thomas HolHs, Pres. 



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Samml M. Colcord and G?o. W. Parmen- 
tcr, Vice Pies. Asahel Boyden, Treas.. T. 
Lark::; Turner, Cor. Sec. Henry W. Lin- 
coln, Rec. Sec. James S. Melvin, Auditor. 
Chosen in September. 

Massachusetts Colonization Society. 

Wiilam Ropes, Pre*. B. C. Clark, Vice 
Pres. Kev. Jos, Tracy, of Boston, Sec. 
end Agent. Cilice, Joy's Building, Boston. 
Chosen in May. 

Massachusetts Congregational Charitable 
Society. 

Incorporated, March 24, 1786, "for re- 
lief and .support of the widows and chil- 
dren of deceased ministers." Annual 
meeting in May. 

Hon."" Lemuel Shaw, LL. D., President, 
Rev. N. L. Frothinghara, Boston, Sec. 
Edward Wig'glc'swoith, Treas. 

Massachusetts Convention of Congrega- 
tional Ministers. 

Rev. Austin Phelps, D. IX, Preacher/or 
the year. Kev. Geo. Richards, Scribe. 
Rev. S. K. Lothrop, D. D., Treasurer. 
Rev, George W. Bladg.en, D. D., Auditor. 
Rev. S. M. Worcester, D. I)., Salem, Rev. 
G. W. Biagden, I>. D., Boston, Rev. G.E. 
Ellis, D. D., Churlestown, Rev. N. Adams, 
D. D., Boston, Rev. J. F. W. Ware, 
Cambridge, Central Committee. 

The Scribe and Treasurer are ex-ojjicio 
members. 

Repo-rUng Committee far 1858-9. 

Suffolk — Lie v. A. L. Stone, Beaton. 

Essex. — Kev. Mr. Dwinell, Salem ; Rev. 
C. Thayer. Beverly. 

Middlesex;— Rev. Mr. Livermore, Lex- 
ington ; Rev. Dr. Blanchard, Lowell. 

TFiamjJshire. — Rev. M. E. White, North- 
ampton ; Kev. W. H. Beaman, N. Had- 
lev' 

Plymouth,*- Rev. Mr. Moore, Buxbury ; 
Rev. Mr. Johnson, Plymouth. 

Barnstable-— V^w H. B. Hooker, Bos- 
tor.. 

T)ukei at<d Nanttick&.-^Rev. Asaho! 
Cobb, Sandwich. 

Bristol. — Ke^, C. II. Ertgharn, Taun- 
ton; Rev. Alvan Cobb, W. Taunton. 

\Varcester.-~Rev. C. Gushing, N. Brook- 
field ; Rev. Dr. Hill, Worcester; Rev. 
II. James., Worcester; Rev. John F. 
Norton, Athol. 

Berkshire— Rev. Dr. Todd, Pittsfield. 

Norfolk. — Rev. Jonas Perkins, Wey- 
mouth ;' Kev. K. Russell, E. Randolph. 

FrcmkUn.f Rev . .Brown Emerson, Mon- 
tague ; Kev. Dr. Packard, Shelburne. 

Hampden, — Kev. Mr. Buckingham, 
Springfield ; Rev. Dr. Davis, We^tnoid. 

Tor Beneficiaries in Maine; — Rev. Dr. 
Tappan, August*-, Me. 

Massachusetts Convention of Uni- 
versalis ts. 

Rev. Russell Tomlinson, Plymouth, 
Standing Cierk. Meeting, first Wednes- 
day and Thursday in June. 
I'nisersntist Associations in Massachusetts. 

Union. — Meets on the third Wednesday 
Ln August, iir. D. A. Hathaway, "Warren, 
4?. Clerk. 

Old Coteny. —Meets on the fourth 
Wednesday and Thursday in October. 
Rev. U. Van Dampen, Ner,- Bedford, S. 
Cierk. 



Boston. — Meets on the first Wednesday 
and Thursday in November. It include? 
Suffolk, Middlesex, and Essex Counties. 

Barnstable. — Meets by appointment of 
the Standing Clerk. It comprises Barn- 
stable County. 

Winchester. — Meets on Wednesday and 
Thursday following the second Tuesday in 
September. Br. Willard Ray, N. Adams, 
5. Cierk. It includes Berkshire County, 
and those portions of counties lying west 
of Connecticut River. 

Norfolk County. — Meets on the last 
Wednesday in August. Rev. M. B. 
Ballou, Stoughton, S. Clerk. 

Massachusetts Evangelical Missionary 
Society. 
Instituted, 1807. Samuel A. Eliot, Pres. 
Nathaniel Thayer, Treas. Rev. Chandler 
Robbins, Boston, Sec. Chosen in May. 

Massachusetts General Hospital. 
See Hospitals. 

Massachusetts Historical Society. 
Instituted, 1791. Hon. Robert C. 
Winthrop, L.L.D., President. Jared 
Sparks, LL. D., Hon. David Sears, Vice 
Presidents. Hon. Richard Frothingharn, 
Jr., Treas. Rev. Chandler Robbins, D. D., 
Rec. Sec. Joseph Willard, Esq., Cor, Sec. 
Rev. Samuel K. Lothrop, D. L)., Librarian. 
John Apple-ton, M. D.. Asst. Librarian, 
Nathaniel B. Shurtleff, M. D., Cabinet 
Keeper. George Liverrnore, Esq., A. M., 
Thomas . Aspin wall, Esq., A. M., Hon. 
Emory Washburn, LL. D., Hon. Lorenzo 
Sabine, A. M., Charles Deane, Esq., 

A. M., Standing Committee. Chosen in 
April, Rooms in the Society's building, 
Tremont street. Meeting, second Thurs- 
day of each month, at 12 M, 

Massachusetts Home Missionary Society, 

Rev. Richard S. Sturrs, D. D., Pres. 

Benj. Perkins, IreasureT. Rev. Henry 

B. Hooker, Secretary. Chosen in May. 
Con-. Lib. Bldg. Chauiioy street. 

Massachusetts Homoeopathic Hospital, 
Boston. 

Incorporated, 185o. Charles B. Hall, 
President. Edward M ell en Dexter. S. 
King, A. W. Thaxter, Jr., Francis B. Fay, 
Vice Presidents. George Bancroft, Secre- 
tary. John P. Jewett. Treasurer. 

Massachusetts Homoeopathic Medical 
Society. 

Organized, 18-11. Incorporated, 1856. 
Charles Wild, M. D., Pres. D. A. John- 
son, M. D., Treas. David Thayer, M. D., 
Sec. L. Macfarland, M. D., Librarian. 
Chosen in April. 

Massachusetts Horticultural Society. 

Joseph Breck, President, C. M. Hovey, 
Eben Wight, E. S. Land, J. F. C. Hyde, 
Vive Presidents. Wm. R„ Austin, Treas. 
Eoen Wis*ht, of Didham, Cor. Sec, F- 
Lyman kinship, Rec. Sec. Chosen in 
January. Rooms, Horticultural Hail, 
School street, Boston. 

Massachusetts Medical Society. 
Incorporated, 1781. Rooms in Boston, 
No, 12 Temple place. Luther V. Bell, 
President. Thomas R. Boatelle, Vice 



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Pres. Augustus A. Gould, Trens. Benj. 
E. Cotting, Cor. Sec. John B. Alley, Rec. 
Sec. V.'tu. E. Coale, Librarian. Chosen 

in May. 

Massachusetts Sabbath School Society. 

Samuel IL Walley, 'President. Moses 
K. Sargent, Treas. Rev. Asa Bullard, 
$«;. Chosen in May. Depository, 13 
Cornhill. 

Massachusetts School for Idiotic and 
Feebla-Minded Youth, 

Eighth, between M and X Streets, South 
Boston. Samuel G. Howe, President. 
Emory Washburn, Vice F^res. Stephen 
Fairbanks, Treas. Edward Jarvis, Sec. 
Trustees in behalf of the Corporation, — 
John A. Andrew," Emory Washburn, Wm. 
O. Moseley, Joseph Lyman, Samuel G. 
Howe, Edward Jarvis, William Minot, 
Geo. Russell. Trustees in behalf of the 
State, — John Flint, Stephen M. Weld, 
Nathan Allen, Robert B. Storer. 

Massachusetts Society for Abolition of 
Capital Funis h m e a L 
Walter C banning, M. D., Charles Spear, 
Bo sto n , Secretaries. 

Massachusetts Society for Promoting 
Agriculture. 

George W. Lyman, Pres. Charles G. 
Loring, Robert C. WInthrop, Vice Pres'ts. 
James W. Page, Cor. Sec. Thos. Motley, 
Treas. Richard S. Fay, Rec. Sec. Geo. 
Peabcdy, Stephen Salisbury, Wm. S. Lin- 
coln. Geo. T. Bigelow, David Sears, Jr., 
Gee. B. Loring, Trustees. 

Massachusetts Society for Promoting 

Christian Knowledge, 
Samuel II. Wailey, Pres. Rev. Geo. 
W. Blagden, Vice Pres. Chas. Scudder, 
Treas. Geo. Rogers, Clerk. - Chosen in 
May. 

Massachusetts Teachers' Association. 

Admiral P. Stone, Plymouth, Pres. 
Benj. W. Putnam, Boston, Treas. John 
E. Ltorr, BrookUne, Cor. Sec. Lemuel C. 

Grosvenor, Dorchester, Rec. Sec. Chosen 
in November. 

Massachusetts Temperance Society. 
Stephen Fairbanks, President. Richard 
Girdler, Vice Pres. Mo-es Grant, Boston, 
Treas. J. S. Warren, Sec. 

Massachusetts TTniversalist Home- Mis- 
sionary Society. 
Rev. A. A. Minor. President. D. E. C. 
Rolfe, Rev. W. H. Rider, Vice Presidents. 
J. 0. Curtis, Treasurer. Rev. J. S. Den- 
nis, Rec. Sec. Rev. C. H. Leonard, Cor. 
Sec. Chosen in May. 

Massachusetts TTniversalist Sabbath 
School Association. 

Board of Government chosen In June. 
John D. W. Joy, Boston, Pre.?. Rev. 
John G. Adams, Worcester, Hon. E, 
Trask, Springfield, David Fair-bank . Mel- 
rose, Geo. V . Eli^'gins, Brewster, G. At- 
will, Lynn, Rev. S Barden, Marblehead, 
Vice Presidents. W. II. Richardson, Jr., 
Maiden, Rec. Sec. Albert Metcalf, Bos- 
ton, Cor. Sec. B. S. Bitvney, Somerville, 
Treas. Rev. W. W. Dean; Boston, M. 
Rich, Jr., Boston, \V. li. Kollis. Chelsea, 
T- C. Craft, Roxbury, E. A. Smith, Cam- 
bridge, Directors. 



Hattapan Library, Dorch- 3ter. 
A. II. Sumner, Tr^a-i. 

Mattapan Literary Association, South 
Boston. 
Alex. Pope, Jr., Pres.< Geo. B. James, 
Vice Pres. Lewis J. Bird, Treas. Oliver 
B. Stebbins, Sec. Chas. B. Bedlmgton, 
Librarian. Chosen in May. 

Mattapoisett Lyceum. 
N. C. Sturtevant, President Wm. E. 
Spooner, Sec. Henry Barstow, Librarian. 

Mechanic Apprentices' Library, Boston. 
Chas II. Hinds, President. Adna C. 
Winning, Vice President. Timothy T. Far- 
kinson, Treas. Seranus Bower. ; f'cr. Sec. 
G. 0. Anderson, Rec. Sec. Warren B. 
Ellis, 1st Librarian. Joseph F. Francis, 
2d Librarian. Sidney Fisher, Oriee Fogs, 
Assistant Librarians. Chosen in March 
and September. 

Mechanics Association, Taunton. 
Instituted, 18-56. 
John Radley, President. J. L. West- 
cott, Vice President. Geo. C. Anderson, 
Secretary and Treasurer. 

Mechanics* Institute, Boston. 
J. A Sargent, President. J. W. Gil- 
lespie, Vice President. James Hall, Treas- 
urer. Wm. Hill, Rec. See. A. F. Bur- 
bank, Cor. Sec. 

Mechanics' Institute, Haverhill. 
J. B. Swett, President. Charles T. 
Chase, Secretary. 

Mechanics' Institute. Marlboro'. 
Alexander C. Feiton, President. John 
E. Curtis, Secretary. 

Mechanics' Mutual Aid Society. 
Incorporated, 1841. 
Thomas C. Marsh, President. Joshua 
Kendall, Vice President. Wm. E. Brown, 
! Treas. Samuel G.Jepson, v cretary. 32:j 
Brighton Sc. Chosen in January. 

Medford literary Institute. ' 
Charles Bride, President. Edward A. 
Albee, Secretary. 

Mendelssohn Choral Society, Boston. 
B. F. Edmands, President. Wm. Stut- 
sou, Jr., Rec. See. J. D, Willard, Cor. 

Sec. Chosen in March. 

Mercantile Library Association. Pcston. 
Rooms in Summer Street. John II. 
Piisuury, Pr>:s. Oliver Richardson, Vice 
Pres. AmasaL. Lincoln. Trens. Wrr. 
H. Ellison, Cor Sec. D. W. Evans, Rec. 
S<x: Chas. H. Allen, James A Woolson, 
Thomas J. Lee, Carlos Pier< e. Irah Chase, 
Jr., Trustees. Eugene B. 15 nkley, Li- 
brarian. John S. Parker, Assistant Libra- 
rian. , Chosen in June. 

Merchant Tailors' Association, Fcston. 
James Tolman, Preside/it. N. W. Star- 
bird, Treasurer. N. C. A. Preble, Sec. 
Chosen in March. 

Morrimac Humane Society, "Newbury port. 

Henry Johnson, President. Enoch S. 

Williams, 'Treasurer. Moses Pettengiil, 

Secretary. 



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Middlesex Agricultural Society. 
John S. Key?s, Concord, Pres. George 
O. Bras' ow, Somerviile, Andrew Welling- 
ton, Lexington, Vice Presidents. Georsre 
Heywi .id, Concord, Treisurer. Joseph 
Ktj no Id?, Concord, Secretary. 

Middlesex County Teachers' Association 
Organized, Dec, 1S-53. 
William A. Stone, of Woburn, Pres. 
George T. Littlefield, of Somerville, Secre- 
tary. 

Middlesex East District Medical Society. 
Dr. William Ingalls, Winchester, Pres. 
Dr. S. Wat -on Drew, AVoburn, Vice Pres. 
Dr. Ephraim Cutter, Woburn, Secretary. 
Dr. Benj. Cutter, Woburn, Treasurer and 
Librarian. 

Middlesex Mechanic Association, Lowell. 
Incorporated, 1S2-5. 

Oflieers chosen annually on the first 
Thursday in October. Library of 6000 
vols. 

Win. A. Richardson, President. W. F. 
Salmon, Secretary. John W. Smith, Treas. 
Chas. ButteiBjsld, Librarian. 

Middlesex North Agricultural Society. 
Incorporated, 18-55. 
Dr. J. C. Bartktt, Chelmsford, Pres. 
Alfred Gilman, Lowell, Treasurer. S. J. 
Varney, Lowe!:. Rec. Sec. Hocum Uos- 
fo-rd, Low el!, Corresponding Secretary. 

Middlesex North District Medical 

Society. 

Dr. John W. Graves, Lowell, President. 

Dr. Charles A. Savory, Lowell, i ice pres. 

Dr. Jonathan Brown, Tewksbury, Secre- 



Music Hall Association, Boston. 

Building, Winter street and Bnmstead 
place. Erected, 18-02. J. Baxter Upham, 
President. John Rogers, 13 Exehanse, 
Treas. Samuel Baehelder, Jr., 42 City 
Exchange, Clerk. Lewis Jones, Superin- 
tendent of the Building. Annual meeting 
for choice of officers, second Wednesday of 
June. 

Nantucket Agricultural Society. 
Incorporated, 18-5G. 

Edward W. Gardner, Pres. Wm. M. 
Bates, Treas. 

Natiek Lyceum. 
J. B. Mann, Pres. Geo.O. Willard, Sec. 

Needlewoman's Friend Society. 

Salesroom, 290 Wa*hin£ton street. Bos- 
ton. Mrs. T. B. Wales, Pres. Mrs. Geo. 
W. Coffin, Vice Pres. Miss E. S. Whiting, 
'Treas. Miss J. F. Lincoln, Sec. Chosen 
in April. 

New Bedford Bible Society. 
Organized, Aug. 5, 1834. 

Andrew Maekie, Pres. Wm. Knights 
and Moses Howe, Vice Pres. Benjauun 
Pitman, Treas. Matthew Howland, Sec. 

New Bedford City library. 

Geo.ll. Dunbar, Pres. Abner J. Phipps, 
Sec. E. C. Ingraham, Librarian. 

New Bedford Horticultural Society. 

Wm. L. Ro diaan , Pres. K . C . An thonv, 
Sec. 

New Bedford Lyceum. 

Incorporated, IS2S. 



tary. Dr. Nathaniel B. Edwaras, North ! John F. Emerson, Pres. R. C. Pitman, 
Chelmsford, Treasurer and Librarian. Vice President, Geo. A. Bourne, Treas. 

Alanson Borden, Sec. 
Middlesex South A? icultural Society. ,- -,"•,,,, „ . 

Incorporated, 13-54. ^ 6W Eedford Port hcC1 ^' 



Const ratine C. E« ty, Framinghatn, Pres. 
Floury O. Stone, Framingham, Secretary. 
William Hastings, Framihgham, Treas. 

Middlesex South District Medical Society. 
Dr. Morrill Wyman, Cambridge, Pres. 
Dr. Simon Whitney, Frarningham, Vice 
President. Dr. Otis E. Hunt, Weston, I 
Secretary: Dr. Royal S. Warren, Wal- 
tham, Treasurer. 

Middle sex Sunday School Society. 
Organize t, Sept. 6, 1842., 
Meetings in May and October. Chas. 
Hudson, Lexington, Pres. Rev. Thomas 
Hill, of Waltham, Sec. and Treas. 

Milford Library Association. 
Dr. A.C. Fay, Pres. Henry L. Parker, 
Secretary and Librarian. 

Misiiawum Literary Association, 

Charltstown. 

Organized, 18-53. 

F. A. Down.ii %,Pres. Win. H. Finney, 

* ; '< ■ '' i *- 1 "'. L. Frothinghara, Secretary. 

J. I". Aver, Treasurer. 

Mount Vernon Association. 

Wm K. Butler. Pres. Chas. E, Bots- 
fcud, Vice Pres. John Anderson, Sec. and 
Treas. Gen. W.Ford, Librarian. Chosen 
in January. 



Joseph C. Delan-Oj 1'res. F. A. Wash- 
burn, Sec. and Treas. 

Newburypor, Independent Benevolent 

Society. 

Incorporated, 1S-3G. 

Patrick Henry, President. Jeremiah 
Hartnett, Secretary. 

Newbtnyport Lyceum. 

Moses Davenport, Pres. George W. 
See. . 

Newburyport Marino Society. 

Mieajah Lunt, Pres. Nathaniel S. Os- 
good, Sec. 

Newburyport Temperance Society. 

J. Q. A. Stone. Pres. Andrew J. Hayes, 
Sec. 

N. E. Asso. of B. B. Superintendents. 

G. Twichell, Pres. George Stark, Vice 
Pres. W. V. Parrott, Secretary. 5'l'remont 
Street, Boston. Chosen in January. 

New England Emigrant Aid Co. 

John C. Brown, of Providence, R- L, 
Pres. Chas. J. Higginson, BustOn, 'Treas. 
Anson J. Stone, Assist. Treas. Thos. H. 
Webb, Boston, Secretary. Office, No. 'S 
Winter Street, Boston. Chosen in M?.y. 



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H«W England Female Medical College. 
Trustees. — George Fabyan, M. D., Pres- 
id at ; Gen. John S.'J yler ; Hon. Benjamin 
C. Clark ; Hon. Samuel E. Sewall, Treasur- 
er ; Admi W. Thaxter, Esq. ; David Snow, 
Esq- ; Dexter S. Kin?, Esq. ; Paul Adams, 
Esq. j Gardner P. Drury, F:>q.; lion. Jacob 
Sleeper; Samuel Gregory, M.D., Secretary, 
Boston; *Ilon. Henry W. Benchley, Dor- 
chester; Rev. Emerson Davis, D. D., 
Westheld; Jas. Hunnewell, Esq., Charles- 
tovvn : Hon. John Batchelder, Lynn. 
Chosen first Wednesday in October. Lady 
Managers — Mrs. Rev. Dr. Lym.in Beech- 
er, President ; Mrs. Joel W. White , Mrs. 
Rev. A. A. Miner ; Mrs. Fidelia B. Durfee ; 
Mrs. Joseph C.Delano ; Mrs.Danl. Safford ; 
Mrs. Prof. Thomas C. Uphara ; Mrs. Rev. 
Dr. Jacob Ide ; Mrs. Anna Goulding ; Mrs. 
Dr. John K. Palmer, Secretary. Office of 
the Secretary, Samuel Gregory, M. D., at 
the College building, 2J4 Washington st. 

New England. Female Moral Reform 
Society. 

Mr?. John Kilton, President ; Mrs. Han- 
nah B.Emerson, Treasurer; Mrs.M.A.R. 
Cieugh, Recording Secretary ; Mi^s Rox- 
ana iIo\ve,Correspo?idma Secretary. Board 
of Advisers, — Deacon Moses Grant, Rev. 
Andrew Bigelow, Julin M. Palmer, Esq., 
Dea. Timothy Gilbert, Raw. Hiram Hutch- 
ins, Albert Fearing, Esq., Humphrey 
Ch?dbourn, Esq., Rev Peres Mason- Pub- 
lishing and Intelligence Qf&ce, 9 Bedford 
St. Temporary Home, 72 Warren street. 
Officers chosen in May. 

N. E. Historic Genealogical Society, ■ 
Room, No. 5, Tremont Street, Boston. 
Almon D. Hodges, Esq., of Roxbury, Pres. 
Vice Presidents, from various States ; 
Hon. Charles Hudson, of Lexington, for 
Massachusetts. Isaac Child, Treas. John 
Ward Dean, Car. Sec. Rev. Caleb D. 
Bradlee, Rec. Sec. Wm. B. Trask. Libra- 
rian. Joseph Palmer, M. D., Historic- 
qrapher. 



N. E, Methodist Education 



;.-t- 



Rev. David Patten, D. D., President. 
Laic Rich, Vice Prescient. Pliny Nick- 
erson, Treas Rev. J. IL Twombly, Sec. 
Chosen in May. 

2L E. Non-Resistauce Society. 

Adin Ballou, Pres. Chas. K. Whipple, 

Boston. Treas. H. C. Wright, Cor. Sec. 
Wm. H. Fish, Rec. Sec. 

N. E. School of Design for Women. 
Incorporated, 1853. 

12 Temple Place, Boston. S. S. Tuck- 
errnan, Principal. Henry Lee, Jr., Treas. 
Martin Brimmer, Sec. Number of students, 
Jan.. 1, 1859, 26. 

New England Society for the Promotion 
cf Manufactures and Mechanic Arts. 

Thos. G. Cary, Pres. Peter Butler, Sec. 
Abbott Lawrence, Treas. 

New England Sunday School Union. 
James Eaton, Pres Thomas J. Marsh, 
Vreas. Depository, 79 Cornhiii, Boston* 

Newton Horticultural Society. 
James F. C. il\de. Pres. Henry Ross, 



Norfolk Agricultural Society. 

Incorporated, 1849. 

Marshall P. Wilder, Pres. Calvin Guild, 
Treas. Chas. C. Sewall, Cor. Sec. Henry 
O. Hiidreth, Red. Sec. 

Norfolk County Teachers' Association. 

Henry C. Rolfe, Dorchester, President. 
Lemuel Grosvenor, Dorchester, Secretary. 

D. H. Daniels, Brookline ? Treasurer. 

Norfolk District Medical Society. 

Henry Bartlett, Roxbury, Pres. Ehen- 
ezer Stone, Walpole, Vice Pres. Edward 
Jar-vis, Dorchester, Secretary. David S.- 
Fogg, South Dedhatn, Librarian. 

Northampton Young Men's Institute. 
Library of 3000 volumes. 

Joseph Lathrop, Pres. A.J. Lincoln and 
Rev. Wm. Silsbee, Vice Presidents. Wro. 

E. Turner, Sec. Henry C. Prentiss, itVc. 
Sec Austin W. Thompson, Cor. Secretary. 
Christopher Clark, Jr., Treas. 

Northern Baptist Education Society. 

Rev. S.B. Swain, Pres. Heman Lincoln, 
S. S. Arnold, Vice Pres, Chas. S. Kendall, 
20 Water Street, Boston, Treas. Rev. Wm. 
Howe, Rec. Sec. Rev. Joseph W. Parker, 
D. P., Car. Sec. Chosen in October. 

North Bridge water Library Association. 
David L. Carvell, Pres. Augustus Hay- 
ward, Sec. 

North Brcokfield Agricultural Society. 

Freeman Walker, Pres. O. A. Tomb- 
len, Secretary. 

North Reading Agricultural Society. 
C. F. Flint, Pres. G. ¥. Flint, Sec. 

Old, Colony Historical Society. 

Incorporated, 1853. 

Jehu Daggett, of Attlebere-', Pres. Rev. 
Mortimer Blake, Samuel L. Crocker, of 
Taunton, Vice Presidents. E'.iis Ames, 
Canton ; P. W. Leland, Fall River ; Chas. 
Foster; A. M. Ide, Jr.; J. S. Brayton, 
Taunton ; Ebenezer W. Peirce. Freetown ; 
Directors. Hodges Reed. Esq.. Taun- 
ton, Treasurer. Edgar H. Reed, Taunton, 
Rec. Sec. Amos Kilton, Librarian. Rev. 
Chas. H. Brigham, Taunton, Cor. Sec. 

Parent Washington T. A. Society. 
Wm. R. Stacy, Pres. David S. Tarr, 
Treas. Geo. B. Proctor. Sec. Chosen in 
April. Regular meetings every Sunday 
evening, at" Mercantile Hall, Summer St., 
Boston. 

Park Street Young Men's Association, 
Boston. 

Thoma , V." Nicker son., Pres. Lyman B. 
Ripley, Vice Pre:*. Morris Cotton, Skc. 
and Treas. Chosen in December. 

Peabody Institute, Soath Danvers. 
Henry Poor. Pres. John B. Peabody, 
Clerk. "F anklin Osborn, Treas. t'iUit. 
Poole, Librarian, 



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Penitent Fernala "Refuge. 

Rutland street, Boston. Henry Hill, 
Pro. Stephen O. Deblois, Sec. Miss 
Maria Rowland, Miss Houghton, Super- 
mtendettts. Cnosen in T'ebruary. 

Pcpperel Agricultural Library Asso- 
ciation. 

C. Babbidge, Pre*. S. P. Lawrence, 
Secretary. 

Perkins Institution and Massachusetts 

Asylum for the Blind. 

Instituted, 1831. 

Located at South Boston. Salesroom, 
20 Bromtield street. P^dward Brooks, 
Pres. Stephen Fairbanks, Vice Pres. 
Thomas B. Wales, Treats. Samuel G. 
Howe, Sec. Thomas G. Gary, Theophilus 
P. Chandler, George B Emerson, Joseph 
Lyman, Samuel May, Julius A, Palmer, 
William Perkins, Beaj. S. Rotch, George 
R. Russell, James Sturgis, William D. 
Tickncr, Trustees. 

Pilgrim Society, Plymouth. 
Incorporated, 1820, 



Oihcers 



>en annually, on the 



Monday in May 

Semi-annual meeting, the Saturday pre- 
ceeding the 21st December. 

Richard Warren, New York, President. 
James T. Hay ward, Boston, Vice Pres, 
Elliot Russell, Plymouth, Rec. Sec. Benj. 
M. Watson, Plymouth, Cor. Sec. N. I. 
Stoddard, Plymouth, Treas. Lemuel D. 
Holmes, Plymouth, Librarian. 

Fine Street Literary Association, 
W. F. Smith, Pres. H. Clark, Vice. 
Pres. H. II. Abbott, Sec. 

Pittsfleld Bible Society, 

John Todd, D. IX, Pres. 0. S. Root, 
S*o* and Pre;:;. 

Pittsfield Library Association, 

Organized, 1830. 

Annual meeting, first Monday in Janu- 
ary ; has about 1,500 volumes, mostly new, 
in its Library, and provides a course of 
Public Lectures in the vrinter. Lorenzo 
H. Gamwell, Treas. Phineas L. Page, 
Sec. 

Plymouth County Agricultural Society. 

Charles G. Davis. Pres. Williams La- 
tham, Sec. 

Plymouth County Teachers' Association. 

A. p. Stone, Plymouth* Pres. L. A. 
Darling, Bridgewater, Sec. 

Pooumtuck Valley Association, 
Charleniont, 

It. II. Leavitt; Pres. B. E. Smith, Sec. 

Poatoosuck Agricultural Society, 
Huntington, 

Incorporated, 13-37- 

Gilhert S. Lewis, Prei. A. M. Cope- 
land. Sec. 



Plymouth District Medical Society. 

Dr. Paul L. Nichols, Kingston, Pre',. 
Dr. Winatow Warren, Plymouth, Vice 
Pres. Dr. Henry N. Jones, Kingston,, 
Sec. and Treas. Dr. Francis Colhunore, 
Pembroke, Librarian. 

Plymouth Library- 
Charles Burton,- Librarian. 

Prince Society for Mutual. Publication. 

Samuel G. Drake, Pres. Thomas Wa- 
terman, Frederick Kidder, J. Colburn, 
Vice Presidents. John W. Dean, Cor. Sec, 
William II. Whitmore, Rec. Sec. John 
W. Parker, Treas. 

Pointers* Union^ Boston, 
Charles W, G. Mansfield, Pres. Geo. 
W. Bigelow, Vice Pres. John P. Leigh- 
ton, Treas. John Gorman, Ecc. Sec. 
William H. Cundy, Financial Sec. Albion, 
W. Tibbetts. Chosen in. Jnae and De- 
cember. 

Provident Association,. Boaton- 

Organized, December 2S, 1851. 

Probers C. Winthrop, Pres. Rev. A /A. 
Miner, Jacob Sleeper, Alex. II. Rice, Rev. 
S. K. Lothrop, James M. Reebe, Vice 
Presets. William S. Dexter, Treas. F.. 
H. Peabody, Auditor. Thornton K. Lo- 
throp, Sec. Rev. J. T. Sargent, General 
Agent, 10 Franklin street. 

Public Library of the City of 2oston> 
Instituted, SS5& 

Board of Trustees. — Hon. Edward 
Everett, L.'L. D. s Pres. George Ticknor^ 
L.L. D., Hon. John P. Bigelow, NathT 
B. Shurtleff, M. D-, W. W. Greenough, 
Esq.j/rom the Citizens at Large. Alder- 
man Oliver Frost ; Fred-rick L, Washburn,, 
Esq., of the Common Council. 

Librarian, Edward Cap-en.. 

Randolph Beading Room Association. 

J. White Belcher, Pres. G. N. John- 
son, Sec. 

Heading Agricultural and Mechanic 
Association. 

Instituted, 1831. 

Thomos S-weetser, Pres. Joca. Frost* 
Treas. 

Reading Lyceum Hall Association. 
Instituted, 1854. 

Horace B. Wakefield, Pres. Stephen 
Foster, Sec. 

Real Estate and Buildiag Company, 
16 Summer Street, Boston. 

James W. Stone, Pres. Samuel A. 
Bradbury, Vice. I^res. Edward Tyler, 
Leister M. Clark, George B. Gary, AJpheus- 
P. Blake, George W. Messinge*, Elias E. 
Davison, Holmes Anamidown, Beniamirs 
Putnam, Jo'n N. Brown, John M Clark, 
William T. Thatcher, Stephen Sibley, Di- 
rectors. William A. Cary, Sec. and Treat. 
William Rogers. Attorney. Lynde A. 
Huntington, William H. Seavy, Welling- 
ton L. G. Hunt, Trustees* 



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Eoxbury Athensum. 

Henry Bartlett, Pres Samuel H. Wal- 
\tj, Vice Pres. James Guild, Trias. 
Adams Wiley, Sec. Sarah E. Pitts, Li- 
brarian. 

.Roxbury Charitable Society. 

Organized, 1794. 

Curbing Stetson, Pres. Charles K. Dil- 
laway, Sec. John Rogers, Treas. 

Roxbury dispensary. 

John S. Sleeper, Chairman. Charles 
K. Diliaway, Treas. James Ritchie, Au- 
ditor. Adams Wiley, James Wahlock, 
Attending Physicians. Henry Bartlett, B. 
E. Cutting, Consulting Physicians. Henry 
White, W. E. Woodward, Gecrge Onion, 
Apothecaries. 

Roxbury Mechanics' Institute, 

Incorporated, 1856. 

Wrn. Whiting, Pres. Jas. Ritchie, Vice 
Pres. Donald Kennedy, Treas. 

Rosbnry Missionary Fund. 

David C. Pemn, Ttms. Jas Ritchie, 
City Missionary. 

Roxbury Young Hen's Christian Asso- 
ciation. 

Henry Bartlett, Pres. Adams Wiiey f 
Sec. 

Rumford Institute, Waltkam. 

Organized, 1327. 

J. T. Hemenway, Pres. J. E. Harden, 
Sec. and 'Treas. 

Sailors' Snug Harbor, Boston. 

Incorporated, 1S52. 

Robert B. Forbes, Pres. William A. 
Weiiman, Sec. William Perkins, Treas. 

Chosen third .Monday in May, 

Salem. Athenamm. 
Incorporated, IS 10. 

Number of volumes, 12,500. Annual 
meeting for the choice of officers, last 
Wednesday but one in May. 

George Choate, Pres. Henry Wheat- 
land, Clerk of trie Corporation. J. F. 
Worcester, Clerk of the Trustees. James 
Chamberlain, Treas. Henry J. Cross, 
Librarian. 

Salem. Charitable Mechanic Association. 
Organized, 1817- Incorporated, 1822. 

Annual meeting, first Wednesday in 
January. 

James Kimball, Pres. Aaron Perkins, 
Thomas M. Dir, Sec. John Chapman, 
Treas. 

Salem and Daavars Association for Pe- 
tecnon of Thieves. 

E, A. Ha;. son, Pres, Jonathan Perley, 
See. 

Salem Dispensary, 

Organized, Feb.. 1820. Ineor. Feb., 1831. 

Daniel A. White, Pres. Henry Whip- 
ple, See. and Treas. 



Salem East India Marine Society. 
Founded, 1709. Incorporated, 1301. 

Annual meeting, first Wednesday in 
November. 

Allen Putnam, Pres. Thomas Saul, 
Bee. Sec. Gilbert G NewhalJ, Cor. Sec. 
Thomas Saul, Superintendent Museum. 
N. Griffin, Treas. William B, Parker, 
Chas, Mansfield, CJaas. Willett, Committee 
of Observation. 

Salem Female Anti-Slavery Society. 

Organized, June 4, 1S34. 

Mrs, William Ives, Pres. Miss Ada- 
line Roberts, Cur. Sec. and Treas. Miss 
Caroline Balch, Rec. Sec. 

Salem Female Charitable Society. 
Organized, 1801. 

Mrs. R. Brookhouse, 1st, Dir-ectress. 
Miss S. Frye, Treas. Miss H. O. Mack, 
Sec. 

Salem High School Association. 
Incorporated, 1 So 7 . 

Edwin p. Whipple, Pres. Henry M. 
Brooks, Sec. 

Salem Lyceum, 
Incorporated, April 2, 1830. 

Annual meeting, last Thursday in April. 

Geo. W. Briggs, Pres. Geo. Andrews, 
Vice Pres. G. L. Streeter, Treas. J, M. 
Newhali, Rec. Sec. H. J. Cross, Cor. Sec. 

Salem Marine Society, 
Incorporated, 1771. 

Annual meeting, the last Thursday in 
October. 

John Dwyer, Master. .Jonathan P. 
Felt, Treas' and Agent. Edward Bar- 
nard, Sec. 

Salem Provident Association. 
Organised, Oct., 1862. 
William D. Pickman, Pres. B. H. Sib- 
bee, Sec. John Ball, General Agent and 
Treasurer. 

Salem Seamen's Orphan and Children's 

Friend Society, 
Organized, February, 1839. Incorporated, 
March, 1841. .Annual Meeting, 8th May. 
Mrs. Thorndike Proctor, Pres. Mrs* 
N, W. Osgood, Vice Pres. Miss Hannah 
King, Treas. Miss Harriet L. Pierson, 
Sec. 

Salem Society for the Moral and Reli- 
gious Instruction of the Poor. 
Formed, 1819. Incorporated, 1826. An- 
nual Met ting in April. 

t Pres. Geo. I). Phippen, 

Vice Pre''. John Carlton, Treas. Ste- 
phen P. Driver, Sec. Rev. Michael Carl- 
ton, Agent. John Carlton, Collector. 

Salem Total Abstinence Society. 
Organized, July 18. 1850. 

Pres. " John C. Forbush, 



Vice Pres. Henry Hale, Treas. Wm. 11. 
H. Guilford, Sec. 



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Sc-ot3 Charitable Society, Boston. 
Wm. E. Coale, Pres. Gordon Forrcstf 
Vice Pres. David Miller, Treas. John 
Wih n, Jr., Sec. Chosen in Jan. 

Seamen's Aid Society, Ec.jtca. 
Mrs. Albert Fearing, Pres. Miss Annie 
I'. Clark, yy<."r*. Miss Harriet W. Taher, 
Sec. N. Hamilton, S«/tf. Chosen in 

January. 

Seamen's Friend Society, Congregational 
House, Chauncy Street. Boston. 
Alpheus Hardy, Pres. William Ropes, 
Vice Pies. Thomas D. Quincy, Treas. 

Chosen in May. 

Seamen's Friend Society Beverly. 
Mrs. H. W. Obcr. Pres. Mrs. M. D. 
Waliis, Sec. 

Seamen's Widow and Orphan Associa- 
tion, Salem. 
Formed, May 1, !>>33. Annual Meeting, 
first Thursday in May. 
Mr?. A. True, Pres. Mrs. Catharine 
Little, Vice Pres, Mrs. Geo. D. Phippen, 



Treas. Miss Sarah E. Lak. 



ernan, oec 



Seeker, k Lyceum. 
A. N. Guiminghani, Pres. James E. 
Burney, Sec. 

Shawmut Association. 
Geo. B. Ford, Pres. Edwin R. Jones, 
Vice Pres. V. F. Gale, Sec. and Trezs. 
Chosen in January, 

Shenstone Society, STarlboro'. 
Miss Lavina Howe, Pre*. Thomas E. 
Hapgood, Vice Pres. Mrs. Abby C. Fisher, 
Sec. } 

Smith's Charities. 
Under .he Will of Oliver Smith, Office at 

Northampton. 
^Osmyn^ Baker, Northampton ; Hiram 
Nash, Williamsburg ; Ira Abercrembie, 
Bfe;field, Trustees. 

. Society for Kedical Improvement, 
Boston. 

Annual Meeting held on the second Mon- 
day ir Jan. Regular Meetings, second and 
fourth Monday ox each month. Chairman, 
(chosen at each meeting.) D. Humphreys 
Storer, M. !>., A. A. Gould, M. D , C. E. 
Ware, M. D., J. Mason Warrer-, M. D., 
Prudential Committee. F. E. Oliver, M. 
])., Sec. and Treas. John B. S. Jackson, 
M. D., Curator of the Cabinet. Buckmin- 
ster Brown, M. i>., Librarian. 

Society for Medical Observation. 
12 Temple Place, Boston. 
J. Nels'tn Borland, Rec. Sec. Calvin G. 
P»ge, Treas. Samuel A. Green, Libra- 
rian. Chosen in April. 

Society for Prevention of Pauperism. 
Moses Grant, Pres. Chas. F. Barnard, 
Robert B. Storer, Vice Presidents. Henry 
Pij'npton-, Treas, 40 Stalest, Frederick 
11. Woodward, Sec.^ 10 Franklin st , Bos- 
ton, 

Society for Relief of Aged Females, 
Newburyport. 
Organized, 1830. 
Mrs. Samuel Phillips, Pres. Mrs. 
Enoch M. Bead, Sec. 



Society for Propagating the Gospel 
among' the Incians and others in 
North America. 
Incorporated, Nov. 19, 1789. 
Hon. Lemuel Shaw, LL. D., Pres. Rev. 
William Jenks, D. D., Vise Pres. Hon. 
Stephen Fairbanks, Treas. Edward Wig- 
glesworth, Esq., Vice Treas. Rev. 8. K. 
Lothrop, Boston, S'ee. Rev. F. 1). Hunt- 
ington, Asst. Sec. Daniel Denney, Esq., 
Auditor. Chosen in May, 

Society for Promoting Christian Enow- 
ledge, Hety, and Charity. 
Rev. Samuel Barrett, 1). D., Pres. Rev. 
James W. Thompson. D. D., Vice Pres. 
Wm. T. Andiews, Boston, Treas. Rev. 
Frederic A. Whitney, Brighton, Secretary. 
Chosen in May. 

Society for the Promotion of Collegiate 
and Theological Education at the 
West. 
Office, Congregational Librarv Building, 
Boston. Rev. J. Q. A. Edgell, Agent. 

Society for Promoting Theological Edu- 
cation. 
Directors..— -Rev. E. S. Gannett. I). D., 
Pres. ; Rev. Henry A. Miles, D. D., Sec. ; 
Ge rge B. Emerson, Esq., Treas. ; Rev. 
S. K. Lothrop, 1). D„ Hon. Henry B. Ro- 
gers, Hon. Albert I'eaiin , Rev. C. Rob- 
bins, D. D. Chosen in May. 

Society for the Belief of Aged and 

Destitute Clergymen, 

Formed. 1849. 

Rev. N. L. Frothingham, D. ~D., Pres. 

Rev. Jas. Walker, D. D., Rev. Ezra 

Gannett, 1"). I)., Vice Presidents. Rev. 

Charles Brooks, See. Nathaniel Thayer, 

Treas. Chosen in May. 

Society for the Relief of Aged Indigent 
Clergymen, 
Rt. Rev. Mamon-Eastburn, D.D., Rev 
I A. H. Vinton, D. B., Rev. G. M. Randall- 
i Rev. T. F. Fales. Rev. J. II. Clinch, Rev 
J T. R. Lambert, Rev. Chajles Mason, Di~ 
rectors. J. W. Chrk, Treas. Rev. J. H 
Clinch, Sec. Chosen in May. 

Society for the Relief of Widows and 
Orphans of Episcopal Clergymen- 

Boston. Right Rev. Manton Eastburn, 
1). D., Pres. Rev. Alex^ndt-r H. Vinton, 
p. D., and Rev. Asa Eaton, D. D., Vice 
Presidents. Rev. Alfred L. Baury, Treas. 
James C. Menill, Sec. Chosen in May. 

Society of Alumni of the Cambridge 

Biviuity School. 

Rev. William Newell, D. D,, Pres. 

Rev. Nathaniel Hall, Vice Pres. John F. 

W. Ware, Sec. F. A. Whitney, Frederic 

W. Holland, Rev. Rufus P. Stebbius, I). 

! 1)., Standing Committee. H. W. Beliows, 

: First Preacher for 1S59 ; Rev. John 11. 

Kfnrrisnn SwnntL Preacher for 18/59. Cho- 



Morrtson, Second Preacher for 1650. 
sen in July annually. 

Society of Natural History. 
Jeffries Wyinan, M. D„ Pres. Charles 
T.Jackson, M. 1).. D. Humphreys Storer, 
M. 1)., Vice Presidents. Amos' Binney, 
Treas. Samuel L. Abbot, M. D., Cor. 
Sec. Benjamin S. Shaw, M. D., Rec. Sec 



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Charles K. Dlllaway, Librarian. Cur\- 
T( ,.;.j — Qf Geohgy, Thomas T. Bouve. 
Sdinerahgy, John Bacon, M. D. Compa- 
rative J natomy, John Green. Ichthyology, 
s. Kneeland, Jr., M. D. Entomology, 
Alex. E. R. Agassiz. Botany, Cbarles J. 
Sprasjue. Oology, Thomas M. Brewer, 
M. I). Ornithology, Henry Bryant, M. D. 
Conchology, Thomas J. Whittemore, 
Herpetoioyy, J. Nelson Borland, M. I). 
Raaiata, Theodore Lyman. Crustacea, 
Horatio E. Storer, M. D. Microscopy, 
Silas Durkee, >i. D. Charles Stoddard, 
Cabinet Keeper. Open and free every 
Wednesday, between the hours oi 12 and 
'J, and 3 and 5, P. M. Rooms, Mason st. 
Annual meeting, first Wednesday in May, 

Society of the Cincinnati of Massa- 
chusetts, 

Charles S. Paries, President. Alfred L. 
Baury, Vice Pres. Wm. Perkins, Treas. 

John Bryant, Asst. Treas. , 

Secretary. James W. Sever, Re:. Sec. An- 
nual meeting, July 4th. 

Sons of Dummer, Newbury. 

Jonathan G. Johnson, President. Moses 
Colman, Secretary. 

South Boston Samaritan Society. 
Incorporated, 1852. 
Mrs. J. P. Richardson, 313 Broadway, 
President. Mrs. Susan Wales, Treasurer. 
Mrs. J. Wood, Secretary. 

Southern Aid Society. 

James Boonnan, President. William 
Ropes, and twelve others, Vice Presidents. 
Rev. Luther Farnham, Cor. Sec. and Treas 
5 TrVmont street, Boston. Chosen in No- 
vember. 

State library. 
State House, Boston. 

Nathaniel B. Shu/rtlefF, of Boston ; Goo, 
Liverniore, of Cambridge.; James A. Dix, j 
of Boston, Trustees. Geo. S. Boutwell, 
Librarian. Samuel C. Jackson, Assistant 
Librarian. 

Sterling Farmers' Club. 

A. W*. Br.eck, President. Ezra Sawyer, 
Secretary. 

Sterling Lyceum. 
Gilbert Robbins, President, Ezra Saw- | 
yer, Secretary. 

St. Vincent de Paul's Orphan Asylum 
Boston. 
Under the charge of eight " Sisters of J 
Chariry," who, besides attending to the 
daily wants -and instruction of eighty or- j 
phan girls, maintain a daily free" school 
for several hundred children. The Asylum 
is supported entirely by the free donations 
of charitable persons. 

Sudblk District Kedieal Society. 
12 Temple place, Boston. 
Dr. Augustus A. Gould, Boston, Pres. 
Dr. Charles G. Putnam, Boston, Vice Pres. 
Dr. Charles D. Homaas, Boston, Secre- 
tary. Dr. Abraham W. Watson, Boston, 
Treasurer. Dr. Richard M. Hodges, Bos- 
ton, Librarian. 



Sunday School Society Boston. 

Albert Fearing, President. George W. 

Fox, Treas. Rev. W. H. Uudworth, Sec. 
Chosen gt the Fall Convention, 

Sunday School Teachers' Institute. 
Joseph H. Allen, Pres. William H. 
Danieiis, Sec. Chosen in May. 

Sunderland Lyceum. 

Horace G. Sanderson, President. Hol- 
lis D. Graves, Secretary. 

Taunton Social Library. 

Benj. R. Dean, Clerk and Librarian. 
Sydney Williams, Treasurer and Collector. 

Tempieton Agricultural Library Associa- 
tion. 

V. P. Parkhurst, President. Dexter 
Gilbert, Secretary and Librarian. 

Temporary Home for the Destitute. 

Established, 1847. Incorporated, 18-52. 
No. 2d- Kneeland street, Boston. 

The principal object of this institution 
is to receive destitute children, and pro- 
cure places for them in the country, where 
they may be brought up free from the 
temptations to vice, with which they would 
otherwise, from the necessity of their po- 
sition, be surrounded. Between three and 
four hundred children are thus annually 
provided for. 

J. Amory Davis, President. Thos. T. 
Bouve, Treas. John Avers, Clerk. Mrs. 
Gwynne and Miss Ray, Matrons. Chosen 
in December. 

Trustees of Donations for Education in 

Liberia. 

Incorporated, 1850. 

Hon. Albert Fearing, Pres. Hon. S. 

Fairbanks, Treas-. Rev. Joseph Tracy, 

Sec, Joy's building, Boston. 

United States Agricultural Society. 

Tench. Tilgbrnan, of Oxford, Maryland, 
Pres. B. B. French, Washington, D. C , 
Treas. Ben: Perley Poore, Cor. and Rec. 

Sec. 

Annual meeting at Washington, second 
Wednesday in January. 

Universalist, Home Missionary Society. 
Rev. A. A. Miner, Pres. C. E. Rolfe, 
M. D., Rev. W. H. Rider, Vice Prests. 
J. 0. Curtis, Treas. Rev. C. A. Skin- 
ner, Rec. Sec. Rev. C. H. Leonard, Cur. 
Sec. Chosen in May. 

Universalist Sabbath School Union. 
Organized, Oct. 8, 1834. 

Room No. 41 Tromont street, Boston. 
Henry B. Metcalf, of Roxbury, Pres. S. 
S. Wilson, Chas. Robinson, Jr., Mathias 
Rich. Jr.. Vice Prests. Chas Caverlv, Jr., 
Treas. H. D. Williams, Sec. Charles F. 
Potter, Asst. Sec. Elias B. Denison, of 
Chelsea, Cor. Sec. J. Frank Gammill, 
Librarian, 

Walker Benevolent Society, North 

Cambridge. 

Instituted, 1855. 

Rev. Caleb D. Bradlee. . Pres. Jas. W. 

Baldwin, Vice Pres. Edw. G. Lyrics, 

'Treas. Cbarles H. Buliard, Sec. 



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Waltham Agricultural Society. 

Organized, 1856. 

Ebenezer Hobbs, Pres. L. P. Frost, 
See. 

Ware Mechanics' ard Manufacture ?»' 

Library. 

Geo. H. Gilbert, Pres. Otis Lane, Li- 
brarian. 

Webster Institute, Cainbridgeport. 
Incorporated, 18-56. 

Chas. F. McCiare, Pres, Geo. H. Whit- 
temore, Vice Pres. Amasa S.- Kelly, 
Treas. Humphrey L. Snow, Sec. 

Wenhara Library Association. 

Benjamin C. Putnam, Pres. Myron 0. 
Allen, Sec. 

Westboro' Agricultural Society. 

Formed, 1838. Annual meeting for choice 
of officers, first Thursday in January. 
Greenleaf C. Sanborn, Pres. C. P. Rice, 

West BriSgewateT Library Association. 
John W. Howard, Librarian. 

West Bridgewater Lyceum. 
T. B. Caldwell, Pres. 13. T. Barrel], 
See. 

West Cambridge Eook Club, 

R, L. Hodgdbn, Sec. 

WestSeld Normal Association. 

W. S. P. Boardrctan, Pres. Almin B. 
Clapp, A.C. Robbins, Maro Kendall, Vice 
Pres C. A.Richardson, Sen. a?id Treas. 

Meetings are he'd and officers chosen 
triennial! i/ r on the first Wednesday and 
Thursday of September. The last rant- 
ing occurred in IS 37. 

West &ranyiile Charitiaibls Association. 

George Shepard, Trustee. 

West Newton Athenaeum. 

Wm. P. Houghton, Pres. William F. 
Allen, See. 

Widows' and Single Women'3 Society. 

Mrs. W. B. Reynolds, Is* Director. 
Mrs. W. T. Eustis, 2d Director. Mrs. E. 
X. Bigelow, Sec. Miss Mary Otis, Treas, 

Chosen in December. 

Winchester Library Association. 
Formed, IMS. 

John A. Eolies, Pres. William Ingalls, 
Sec. 

Winchester Agricultural Library Asso- 
ciation. 
Formed, 1857. 
Wm. Brodhead, Pres. Abijah Thomp- 
son, 3d, Sec. 

Winnisimniet Benevolent Society, 
Chelsea. 

Instituted. Dec. 1843. 
Wm. C. Brown, Pres. Joseph Hockey, 
Sec. 



Winnisimmet Literary Institute. 

Organized, 1813. Chelsea. 

J. C. F. Cheever, Pres. Stephen A. 
Lovejoy, Simeon Butterfield, D. C. Coles- 
worthy, Jr., Vice Pre'ts. E. E. Hoyt, 
Treas. W. E. P. Smith, Sec. 

Winthrop Library Association, Win- 
throp. 

J. Belcher, President. Warren Belcher, 
Secretary. 

Worcester County Horticultural Society. 

Incorporated, 1812. 

D. Waldo Lincoln, Pres. Frederick W. 
Pierce, Jr., Treas, J. Henry Hill, Sec. 
Clarendon Harris, Lib. 

Worcester County Mechanics' Association. 

Incorporated, 1850. 

Geo. M. Rice, Prts. J. C. M. Armsby, 
Vice Pres. Benjamin Walker, Treas. 
Phineas Bull, Clerk. 

Worcester County Teachers' Association. 
Geo. Bushnell, Worcester, Pres. S. M. 
Cooke, Oxlord, Sec. and Treas. 

Worcester County West Agricultural 
Society. 

Edward Denny, Barre, Pres. Wm. 
Brown, Treas. Chas. Brimblecom, Barre, 
Sec. 

Worcester District Medical Society. 

Dr. Alfred Hitchcock, Fitchburg. Pres. 
Dr. Calvin P. Fiske, Fiskedale, Vice Pres. 
Dr. Thomas H. Gage, Worcester, Sec. 
Dr. J. Marcus Rice, Worcester, Treas. 
and Lib. ., 

Worcester Lyceum and Library Asso. 
Henry Chapin, Pres. Henry A. Marsh, 
Treas. Thomas Bade, Sec. 

Worcester Mozart Society. 
Putnam W. Tafl, Pres. Albert I,. 
Benchley, Vice Pres. Edward Hamilton, 
Musical Director. James R. Pierce, Li- 
brarian. Henry P. Baker, Sec. and 
Treas. 

Worcester North Agricultural Society. 
Incorporated, 18-53. 
Jalez Fisher, Fitchburg, Pres. M. M. 
Gage, Fitchburg, Ezra Kendall, Sterling, 
Vice Pres. Wm. G. Wvman, Cor. and 
Rec. Sec. 

Worcester North District Medical Society. 
Dr. William Parkhurst, Petersham, Pres. 
Dr. Jonas A. Marshall, Fitchburg, Vice 
Pres. Dr. Thomas R. B mtelle, Fitchburg, 
Treas. Dr. James P. C. Cummin gs, 
Fitchburg, Sec. Dr. James R". Wellman, 
Fitchburg, Lib. 

Worcester South Agricultural Society. 
Oliver C. Felton, Brook held, Pres. S. 
F. Marsh, Sturbridge, Treas. Aaron Ly- 
on, Sturbridge, Rec. Sec. Calvin P. Fiske, 
Fiskdale, Cur. Sec. 

Worcester Sunday School Society. 
Organized, Oct. 8, 1834. 
Rev. Thus. T. Stone, of Bolton, Pre.;. 



Hamilton A. 
Sec. 



Hill, F 



of Worcester, 



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Worcester West Agricultural Society. 
Edward Denny, 13^rre, Pre*. Charles 
Brimblecoia, Sec. 

Yarmouth Horticultural Society. 
N. S. Simpkins, Pres. John 0. Thayer, 
Sec. 

Yarmouth Institute. 
Nathan Hallett, Pres, Isaac Myrick, 
Jr., Sec. 

Young Catholics' Friend Society, 
.aostoa. 
Organized, 1835. Patrick Donahoe, 
Pre*. Bernard Caliaghan, Vibe Pres. John 
Lahey, Pec. Sec. M. J. Ward, Cor. Sec. 
Thomas Glassett, Treas. Gerald Moore, 
Bookkeeper. John Kavanagh, Clothing 
Steward. 

Young- Men's Benevolent Society, Boston, 
Henry A- Rice, Pns. J. Sullivan War- 
ren, Vice Pres. Frederick W. Lincoln, 
Jr., Treas. George A. Brown, See. David 
R. Whitney, James Tolman, Auditors. 
Chosen third Tuesday of November. 

Young Men's Berean Association, 
Chariestown. 
R, J, Chute, Pres. Horace F. Barnes, 
Sec. 

Young Ken's Christian Association. 

Organized, Dee. 29, 1851. 
Rooms in Tremont Temple, Boston. 
Franklin W Smith, Pres. Charles 
Deraond, Cor. Sec. 1). F. Chapman, Rec. 
See. S. G. Deblois, Treas. C. T. Taylor, 
Auditor. Thomas T. Bailey, Librarian. 
Chosen in May. - 

Young Ken's Christian Association, 

Lynn. 
Henry Moore, Pres. Alonzo P. Faulk- 
ner, Sec. 

Young Mon's Christian Association, 

Melrose . 
Rev. Wk. IL Monroe, Pres. S. A, 
She! ton, Sec, 

Young Men's Christian Association, 

Souch Danvers, 
George F. Osborne, Pres. J. W, Hub- 
bard, !S.c. 



Young Men's Christian Association, 

Woburn. 
Jonas P. Barrett, Pres. 

Young Men's Christian Union. 
Rooms in Bedford street. 
John Sweetser, Pres. A. M. ShurtlefT, 
Gen. S Hale, Vice Pres'ts. Thornton K. 
Lothrop, Cor. Sec. D. B. Hallett, Rec. 
Sec. E. R. Frost, Pres. Oiiicers chosen 
in May. 

Young Men's Christian Union, 
Gloucester. 

Chas. C. Pettengill, Pres. D. M. Easton, 

Sec. 

Young Men's Debating Society, Lynn. 

Eben Parsons, Jr.. Pres. William L. 
Garrison, Jr., Sec. 

Young Men's library Association, 

Taunton. 

Chas. Foster, Pres. John S. Brayton, 
James H. Dean, Vice Pres'ts. Geo. M. 
Woodward, Treas. Joseph E. Wilbur, 
Rec, Sec. A. hi. ide, Jr., Cor. Sec. 

Young Men's library Association. 

Worcester. 

Organized, 1849. 

Ira Stewart, Pres. Clark Jillson, Vice 

Pres. O. H. Dunham, Treat. Woodbury 

C. Smith, Rec. Sec. H. M. Morse, Lib. 

Young Men's Literary Association, 
Woburn. 

G. H. Conn, Pres. 

Young Men's Literary Institute, 
Medford. 
Wm. C. Haskins, Pres. Thomas P. 
Smith, Cor. Sec, William H. Burbank, 
Pec. Sec. 

Young Men's ftoioaa, Salem. 

Instituted, 1855. 

R. C. Manning, Pres. Justin Rideout, 

Vice Pres. Chas. B iwker, Treas. Geo. 

W. Williams, Rec, Sec. Francis H. Lee, 

Cor. Sec. 



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MASONIC INSTITUTIONS, 



Grand Lodge of Massachusetts. 

Officers elected, December, 18.57. 

M. W., John T. Heard, of Boston, Grand 
Master. 

• it. W., Rev. Wm. Flint, of Greenfield, 
Deputy Grand Master. 

It. VV., L. H. Gamwell, of Fittsfield, 
Senior Grand Warden. 

R. W , Charles Bobbins, of Boston, 
Junior Grand Warden. 

R. VV'., Thos.Toiman, of Boston, Grand 
Treas. 

It. W'., Chas. W. Moore, of Boston, Re- 
cording (! rand Sec. 

R. VV*., George Washington Warren, of 
C»*4uIesto\vn, (.'or. Grand Sec. 

W., Rev. Samuel Osgood, of Spring- 
field; W„ Rev. E. M. Pr Wells, D. D., of 
Boston, Grand Chaplains. 

VV., Win. 6. Gardner, of Lowell, Grand 
Marshal. 

W., Enoch Hobart, of Boston, Senior 
Grand Deacon. 

W„, Wm. VV. Baker, of Boston, Junior 
Grand Deacon. 

VV., Peter Wamwright, of Boston ; W„ 
John Low, of Chelsea ; W., William W, 
Wheildon, of Concord ; W., Sandford M. 
Hunt, of Roxbury, Grand Stewards. 

VV., Peter C. Jones, of Boston, Grand 
Sword Bearer. 

VV., John Alden, of Randolph; W., J. 
P. Pattee, of West Cambridge, Grand 
Pitrsuivanis. 

\Y\, William C. Martin, of Boston; 
W., Benj.F. Nouxse, of Cambridge, Grand 
Lecturers. 

Bro., Irving I. Harwood, of Boston, 
Gr md Oryamu. 

Bro., Samuel II. Gregory, of Boston. 
Grand Chorister. 

Bro., Eben F. Gay, Grand Tyler. 

District Deputy Grand Masters. 

K.W. VVra.D. Coolidge, Boston, 1st Dist. 

** L P. Seavey, Nevtburyport, -d " 

14 William North, Lowell, 3d f< 

" L. Rawson, Famumsville, 4th •' 

" L.B.Keith, N.Bridgewater, 5th " 

" Henry Earl, Worcester, 6th " 

'■ Geo. H. Tabor, Fuirhavon, 7th " 

" Sylvester Baxter, Hyannis, 8th " 

i4 If. Reynolds, Springfield, 9th 4 " 

" W. B.C. Pearsons, Uolyuke.lUth " 

" C.B.Rogers, Charlestuwn, 11th " 

" C.A.VVulker.SouthBoston, 12th f< 
" Charles T. Ward, Special Deputy for 

Chili, Suuth America. 

Committee of Finance. 
Brothers Samuel P. Oliver. W. H. L. 
Suiun, and S don Thornton. 

'' ••■■' m of the Grand Charity Fund. 

lis Ctsera John T. Heard, Rev. William 
■ • - '. '■-■ U. Uamvvell, Charles Robbins. 
!'">■ fvlwuin, Chks. W. Moore, Daniel 
':■'- <, i n -. Restieaux, Win. Park- 
man, J •;• MiCitrliau, John Flint, Wen- 
dell 1. liuvid. 



Committee on Charity. 
Brothers Rev. E. M. P. Wells, Robert 
Keith, Peter Wainwright. 

Committee on the Library. 

Brothers Winslow Lewis, Geo. M. Ran- 
dall, Chas. W. Moore. 

Grand Royal Arch Chapter of 
Massachusetts. 

Officers elected, Sept. 8, 1858. 

John McClellan, Grand Sigh Priest ; 
Isaac P. Seavey, Deputy Grand High 
Prust; Wm. H. L Smith. Grand King ,• 
James Kimball, Grand Scribe ; Charles C. 
Hutchinson, Grand Captain of the Host; 
William L. Batchelder, Grand Principal 
Sojourner; Samuel Mason. Jr., Grand 
Royal Arek Captain: Daniel Grant, Jr., 
Alexander K. Bryer, and James A. May- 
nard, Grand Masters of Veil; Peter C. 
Jones, Grand Treasurer ; Thomas Water- 
man, Grand Secretary ; Edward P. Graves 
and Samuel K. Hutchinson, Grand Lec- 
turers; Rev. N. M. Gaylord, Grand Chap- 
lain ; Edward B. Moore and C. Sander- 
son, Grand Stewards. 

Wyzeman Marshall, Solon Thornton, 
Andrew Lanergan, Committee of Finance. 

Thomas Waterman, E. P. Graves, John 
F. Fellows, Committee of Charity. 

Wm. C. Martin, Tyler. 

Grand encampment of Massachusetts 
and Rhode Island. 

Officers elected, October, 1858. 

j Sir Winslow Lewis, of Boston, Mass.. 
G'd Mater ; Sir Wm. Field, of Providence, 
R. I., Dep. Grand Master , S'r Chas. Rob- 
bins, of Boston, Mass., Grand Generalis- 
simo; Sir Geo. F. Wilson, of Providence, 
R. I., Grand Captain General; Rev. Sir 

| Wm. R Alger, of Boston, Mass., Grand 
Prelate; Sir Wm. A. Smith, of Worcester, 
Mass., Grand Senior Warden; Sir 
William S. Gardner, of Lowell, Mass., 
Grand Junior Warden; Sir Wiibam 
Parkman, of Boston, Mass., Grand Treas- 
urer; Sir Wm. II. L. Smith, of Boston, 
Mass., Grand Recorder; Sir Benjamin 
Dean, of Boston, Mass., Grand Sicord 
Bearer; Sir It. S. Spofibrd, of Newbury- 

j port. Mass., Grand Standard Bearer; VV m. 

I B. Branding, of Providence, It. 1., Grand 

! Warder. 



Supreme Grand Council for the 

Northern Jurisdiction of thk 

United States. 

Edward A. Raymond, Boston, (P. G. 
Mi,) Son. Grand Co?nma?ider, ad vitam. 

Robert P. Dun lap, (Ex. Gov. or" Maine ; 
P. G. M., &.c.) Brunswick, Me., Most III. 
Lt. Grand Commander. 

Simon VV. Robinson, of Lexington, 
Mass., (P. G. M..J III. Grand Treasurer 
Gen. II. R. 

Charles VV. Moore, of Boston, (Grand 



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Secretary of G. L.J III. G. Sec. Gen. 
II. E. 

Rev. A.bert Case, of Boston, Asst. Gr. 
Sec. Gen. H. E. 

Ammi B. Youns, of Washington, D. C, 
IK. Gr. Capt. L. G. 

WiHIam B. Hubbard, of Columbus, 
Ohio, ((}. G. M.ofG. G. Encamp. U. S.j 
Sov. Gruad Ins. Gen. II. E. 

Charles Oilman, of Baltimore, (P. G. 
}{. of Maryland, and M. E. Gen. Gr. H. 
Priest Gelt.. Gr. Chapter U. States J Sov. 
Gr. Ins. Gen. 33d. 

C. II. Starkweather, Chicago, Illinois, 
Sov. Gr. Ins. Gen. 

District Deputies. 

Giles F Yates, New York ( Past M. P. 
S. Gr. Com. 33d j— Deputy for New Y r ork. 

John Christie, of Portsmouth, N. II., 
(P. G. M.) Sov. Gr. Ins. Gen. 33d— Dep- 
uty for New Hampshire. 

Killian ri. Van Rensselaer, of Cam- 
bridge, Ohio, (P. I. G. M. Car. II. E ) 
Sov. Gr. Ins. Gen. 33d — Deputy for West- 
ern Pennsylvania and Ociio. 
Grand Consistory of S. P. R. S. for 
New E.ngi.a.vd, 32 Degrees. 

Edward A. Raymond. Boston, G. Com'r 
in Chief; Aiiiiin B. Young, Boston, 2d 
Lieut. Grand Com'r; Charles W. Moore, 
Boston, G. M. C. ; Rev. Taos. R. Lam- 
bert, Boston, Grand Sec. 

They all hold their meetings at Nassau 
Hall, Washington, corner Common street, 
Boston. 

Officers of Boston Encampment. 
Sir Wm. Ellisoa, Grand Commander ; 



Sir Winslow Lewis, Generalissimo ; Sir 
C. B. F. Adams, Capt. Gen. ; Sir Wm. R. 
Alger, Prelate ; Sir John K. Hall, Sen. 
Warden; Sir Wyzeman Marshall, Jan. 
Warden • Sir Jonn McClellan, Treasurer ; 
Str W. H. L. Smith, Recorder; Sir V. C. 
Raymond, S>rord Bearer; .S'.'VNoah Butts, 
Standard Bearer ; Sir Andrew Lanergan, 
Warder; Sir Solon Thornton, Sir James 
M. Burgess, Sir Henry C. Stratum, 
Guard*; Sir Winslow Lewis, Armorer; 
Sir William C. Martin, Sentinel; Sir H. 
G. Barrows, Organist. 



De.Molay Encampment of Knight 
Templars. 

Sir Clement A. Walker, E. Grand 
Commander ; Sir Wm. Park man, General- 
issimo ; Sir Ghas. R-obbims, Capt. Gen.; 
Rev. Sir John T. Burrill, Prelate; Sir 
P. Adams Ames, Sen. Warden* Sir Bei;j. 
Dean, Jun. Warden; Sir John A. Cum 
niings, Treasurer; Sir "Edward D. hell. 
Recorder ; Sir Joseph J. Whiting, Stand- 
ard Bearer; Sir Lyman Tucker, Sioord 
Bearer; Sir Wm. B. Fowle, Jr.AVafder ; 
Sir Chas. Robbins, Sir Joseph W. Ward, 
Sir Thomas Restieaux, Encampment Com' 
mittee ; Sir Chas. 0. Eaton, 1st Guard; Sir 
Marlborough Williams, 2d G tiara I; Sit 
Sam" J. M. Homer, 3d Guard; Sir Chas. 
F. Wood, Musical Director ; Sir E.ben F. 
Gay, Armorer ; Sir Wm. C. Martin, Sen- 
tinel ; Sir E. G. Tucker, Sir Sv^en A. 
Tripp, Sir Luther L. Tarbeil, Committee 
on Charity. 



INDEPENDENT ORDER OF ODD FELLOWS. 



Grand Encampment of Massachusetts. 
Officers elected in August. 
Horatio N. Gunn, M. W. Grand Patri- 
arch : Thomas C. Porter, M. E. Grand 



High Priest; Charles F.'ciassen, It. W. 
ior Warden; Charles D. Cole, 



Grand Sen...., 

It. W. Grand Scribe; Charles Havden.fi. 
W. Grand Treasurer; William A. Swift, 
R. W. Grand Junior Warden; 'Valentine 
Mkson, Grand Sentinel; Mortimer Lyon, 
D. Grand Sentinel; Enos 11. Tucker, Jr., 
Grand Representativs to G. L. IT, S. 
Abstract /Won the Annual Report to the R. 
W. Grand Lodge of the United States, 
for the gear ending June 30, 1858. 

Number of Initiations 2*> 

Admitted by Card,. 3 

** Withdrawn by Card,.. *.»,». 9 

** Reinstated, 23 

" of Deaths, . . 7 

of Past Chief Patriarch*, 
M of Past High Prif sts,... 
" Coiimbuting Member j, .. 

Revenue. $', , 

Relief Report. 

Number of Patriarchs relieved, 

" of Widowed families relieved,. 

of Patriarchs buried......... 7 

Amount paid fur reitef of Patri- 
archs,...' ST, 283.12 



Sit and Lodge of MA^acuvsiriT.s. 
, Officers elected in August. 

William Marble, M. W. Grand Vaster, 
Boston. Philip K. Hills, R. W. I). G. 
Master, Neiobttryport. Nathaniel Adams, 
R. W. Grand Warden, Boston. Charles 
D. Cole, R. W. Grand Secretary, Boston. 
Charles Hayden, R. W. Grand Tn**nrcr, 
Boston. E.'M. P.Wells, Rev. Grand Chap- 
lain, Boston. C. Rand, Charlcstoicn^ C.H. 
Buckingham, Boston, R. IV. Grand 
Representatives to the Grand Lodge of the 
United States. 

Abstract from the Report of the R W. 

Grand Lodge of Mass ichusetts to the I'. 

W. Grand Lodge of the United States, 

for the year commencing/ July 1, 1^07, 

and ending June 30, 1858. 

Number of Initiations, ,103 

" of Rejections 1 

Admitted by Card 23 

Withdrawn by Card, o9 

" Reinstated 44 

Expelled, 31 

of Deaths ( <59 

" of Past Grands 1313 

" of Contributing Members,. . . il'29 
Total amount of Receipts, ...»^'2<5,y01.8i 



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MASSACHUSETTS REGISTER. 



Relief Report. 

Number of Brothers relieved, ..370 

" " Widowed families relieved,171 

"■ " Brothers buried, , 56 

Amount paid for relief of 

Brothers 59,191.89 



j Amount paid Widowed families, 3,432.93 
u <» f or Education of 

Orphans, 108.00 

Amount paid for burying the dead, 1,995.54 

Total amount of relief, $17,671.3 



ORDER OF UNITED AMERICANS, 

Annual session in New York, second Tuesday in November. 



Officers of Arch Chancery. 

Jonathan Peirce, A. G. Sachem, 233 
Commercial Street, Boston. William B. 
Lewis, -4. O. First C, Brooklyn, N. York. 
Presemt Robinson, A. G. Second C, Sa- 
cramento, Cal. Geo. H Raymond, A. G. 
C. of C, 183 Sixth Street. N. Y. Joshua 
L. Husbands, .-1. G. C. C, Philadelphia, 
Pa., Daniel TalrnaJ^e, A. G. F. C, 60 
Water Street, N. Y. John H. Purdy, 
A. G. C. of £., Philadelphia. Pa. H. S. 
Baucker, Clerk, 267 Bowery, N. Y. 
A rch Chancellors . 

E. B. Dearborn, Jona. Peirce. C. S. 
Woofindafe. 

Officers of Mass. State Chancery. 

E. B- Dearborn, of Boston, G. S. ; N. 
C. A Preble, G. First C; Hiram Morse, 
G. Second C; W, I. Twombly, G. C, of 



C; J. F. Dunning G. C. of E. ; G. L. 
Whitcomb, G. S. A. A. ; C. W. Denni.son, 
G. C. 

The annual meeting of the State Chan- 
cery is held in Boston" on the first Monday 
iri October. Quarterly meetings in Jar. u- 
ary, April, and July, and special meetings 
at pleasure. 

United Sons or America. 

The Annual Meeting of the General 
Camp is heH on the third Thursday in 
January, and the Quarterly Meetings on 
the ttiird Thursday in April, July, and 
October, at Independence Hall, Boston. 

E. B. Moore, M. D., II. C. ; D. M. R. 
Dow, H. D. A/.; K. N Holbrook, H. S. ; 
S. W. Whitney, H. F:S. ; James Quinn, 
H. T. ; J. W. Appleton, II. C, of G.; 
G. W.Burns, II. L.cfG, 



SONS OF MALTA. 



GruNb Lodge of New England. 

P. G. C. Otis Rich, Supreme Grand 
Comm inder. P. Y. G. G. James A. Ab- 
bot:, Supreme V. G. Commander. P. G. 
ChaneeltOT S. C. Burr, Supreme Grand 
Chancellor. Samuel R. Glen, Grand Sec- 
■■■ ,. Charb-s Ash i on Smith, Grand 
Trea'i ■ >>,-. C. F. I>avennort. Grand Con- 
ductor. William H. Bowditeli, Grand 



Warden. John R. Mullen, Grand Outs'dc 
Sent. Wm. W. Peirce, Grand Inside Sent. 

Phawmut Lodge. No. 1. 
Wm. W. Peirce, Grand Comniander, 
Milton Andros, V G. Commander. S. C. 
Pair, Grand Chancellor. S. R. Glen, 
Sec. Dexter Bowser, Treas. C. F. Da- 
venport, Conductor. W. H. Bowditch, 
Warden. 



SONS OF TEMPERANCE. 



The Annual Session of the Grand Divi- 
sion of Massachusetts is held in Boston on 
the tMrd Wednesday of October. Quar- 
t< r!y Sessions, location at pleasure, on the 
third Wednesday of Jan., April, and July. 
Officer* of (he Grand Division of Mass. 

Sam'l A. B. Bragg, of Boston, G. VS. P. 

Watson B. Hastings, of E. Cambridge, 
G. W.A. 

Samuel W. Hod-??, of Stoughton, G. 
Scribe. Office in Boston, 4G Washington 
Stre< t. room 13. 

Davi 1 s. Tarr, of Boston, G. Treas. 

lir\. Thomas Wilson, of Stoughton, G. 
Chnp 

Koi --• P. Rogers, of Charlestown, G. 

for.-.' ' tr. 

Otis Sn lib, of East Weymouth, G. Sent. 

J. hn W. T. Stodder, of Boston, P. G. 
IV. P. 

Subordinate Divisions in* Boston. 

American, No. 76, Tuesday, 46 Wash- 
ngtou street. 



Old Bay State, No. 32, Wednesday, 46 
Washington street. 

Massachusetts. No. 71, Thursday, 45 
Washington street. 

Skawniut, y.o. 1, Thursday, cor. Dover 
ana Washington streets. 

Fidelity, No. 20, Monday, cor. Bromfield 
and Province streets. 

Crystal Fount, No. 16, Wednesday, cor. 
Bromfield and Province streets. 

Island Home, No. 18, 2»Ionday, East 
Boston. 

Crystal Wave, 23, Friday, South Boston. 

Bethesda, No. 5, Friday', South Boston. 

Atlantic, 26, Tuesday, Province, corner 
Bro nfleld. 

Neptune, 29, Friday, Richmond, corner 
Hanover. 

Kohinoor, 45, Friday, Dover, corner 
Washington. 

Skakspeare, 46, Saturday, Province, cor- 
ner Bromfield. 

Liberty Tree, 47, Tuesday, 3S5 Wash- 
ington. 



HOSPITALS. 



241 



TEMPLARS OF TEMPERANCE, 



The Annual Session of the Grand Tem- 
ple of Mass. is hell in Boston, on the 
third Wednesday in May. Semi-annual 
Session, location at pleasure, on the third 
Wednesday oi November. 

Officers of the Grand Temple of Honor of 
Massachusetts. 

Isaac F. Chase, of East Cambridge. G, 
W. T. 

Joseph M. Gilson, of Boston, G. W. V. 
T. 

Samuel W. Hodges, of Stoughton, G. 



W. It. OfHce, in Boston, 46 Washington 
street, Room 13. 

David S. Tarr, of Boston, G. IF. Tr. 

,_ > f Boston, G. \V. 

Chap. 

S. A. B. Bragg, of Boston, G. W. U. 

G. W. Snow, of Boston, G. W. G. 

Subordinate Temples in Boston. 
Trimount Temple, No. 1, every Friday, 
at 46 Washington street. 

Bay State Turn pip, No. 3, every Monday, 
at 46 Washington street. 



I. 0. Or 1 GOOD TEMPLARS. 



Orient Lodge. No. 1. 
Instituted, October, 25, 1858. 

John Henrv Davis. IF. C. T. 

Mary Ann Marshall. IV. V. T. 

Moses B, Moody, W. S'. 

Gardner S. Cheney, IV. T. 

Henrietta L. Mayo, W. I. G. 

Franklin Putnam, IV. 0. G. 

Alphonso Baksr, W. M. 

John Wm, W. Marjoram, W. D. M. 

Annie Bristol, R. ft. S. 

Auqusta H. Farrer, L IT. S. 

George Marshall, IV. C 

Georue W. Hill, W. /•. S. 

Martha P. Hodges, W. A. S. 

A. F. Chapman^ P. W.C.T., and Deputy 



R.W.G.T. for the State of Massachusetts, 
Address, 130 Commercial St., Boston. 

Crescent Lodge. No. 2, Charles- 
TOWN, Mass. 
Instituted, January 5, 1S-59. 
John W. Hamilton, W. C, T. 
Richard Now Ian. IV. S. 
B. F.Wright, P. IV. C. T^s Lodge Deputy. 

Franklin Lodge. No. 5. Boston, Mass, 
Instituted, January 31. 1S<59. 
Charles W. Spear, IV. C. T. 
Oscar Lanreu^e, \V. S. 
John C. Haynes, Lodge Deputy. 
Mystic Lodge. No. 4. Chelsea, Mass, 
Institutf.d, February 4, 1S-59. 



STATE TEMPERANCE COMMITTEE EOR 1859. 

Rooms, No. 11 Cqrnhill, Boston, 

William B, Sooonrr, P)'eMent. William R, Stacy. Treasurer; B. W. Williams, Sec- 
retary , Rev. Edwin Thompson and Dr. Charles J ewett', Ayents. Amtovcr, John Smith, 
John Stimson ; Abing.ton, James Ford ; Attleboro', H.M.Richards; Brookline, W. 
II. Jameson ; Boston, Wm. B. Spooner, W. R. Stacy, II. D. dishing, Henrv Edwards, 
Albert Day, Rev. A. A. Miner, Rev. Phineas Stone, A. II. Twomblv, Rev. C.'L. McCur- 
dy, Rev. A. B. Fuller; Cambridge, J. M. S. Williams; Chelsea,' Charles B. Wilder, 
Rev. J. II. Twombiy ; Conway, Asa Howlaiid ; Easton, Oliver Ames. Jr ; Foxboro', 
Otis Carv ; Fail River, Nathan Durfee; Fitchburg, Renj. Snow, Jr. ; Hopkinton, Itev. 
J. C. Webster; Lynn, B. F. Mudge ; Lowell, John Nesmith, Ignatius Tyler; Maiden, 
Rev. E. 0. Haven"; New Bedford, R. C. Pitman ; Newton, J. Iv Bacon; Northampton, 
J. P. Wilikton ; Roxbury, Moses Gregg; Salem, John Bertram ; South Adams, W. C. 
Piunkett; South Weymouth, B. F. White; South Boston, W. B. Dodge; Springfl Id, 
ESiphalet Trask, Alanson liawicv ; Shelburne Falls, E. G. Lamson ; Taunton, Albert 
Field ; Worcester, P. S. Moses : Whitinsville, Paul W. Dudley ; Westfield, Levi Bush ; 
West Amesbury, Patten Sargent ; Watertown, Jesse A. Locke ; Walpole, Rev. Edwin 
Thompson; Beverly, Stephen Baker. 



HOSPITALS, 



State Lunatic HosFrrAL, Worcester,; 

Was founded by the State, and was first 
opened for patients in January, 1833. It 
has of late bt-en sustained from board of 
patients. The ch trge i^ n >\v £2-, 75 to £3 
per we t ;k. They are sent th< re by order of 
We Judges of Probate, by Overseers of 
the Poor, and by warrant of the Governor. 

16 



Trustees, Thomas Colt, of Pktsfieldj 
Ghas. H. Stedraan, of Boston; Joseph X. 
Bates, of \voreest< r; Win. T. Merritield, 
of Worcester; Robert W. Hooper, of 
Boston. 

Resident Officers: Merrick Bemis, M. D., 
Superintendtid ; Lev. Isaac HosfoTd,< 'hap- 
lain; Frank 1L Rice, M. D.. Assistant 
Physician; Iler.ry C. Prentiss, M. D., 



212 



MASSACHUSETTS REGISTER. 



Clerk and Apothecary ; Sirs. C. A- Bemis, 
Matron. 

Henry Woodward, of Worcester, Treas- 
urer. 

State Lr.vA.Tic Hospital, Taunton. 

Trustees, Geo. A. Crocker, Taunton ; Geo. 
(lowland, Jr.. New Bedford; M. R. Ran- 
dall, Rehoboth; Chas. Edw.Cook, Boston ; 
John Si. Kinney, Wareham. 

U lident Officers, Geo. C.S. Choate, SI.D., 
Superintendent and Physician', Silas A. 
Holman, M. D., Assistant Physician ,- Til- 
son Fuller, Clerk. The eludes of Chap- 
lain are performed by the clergymen of 
Taunton in rotation. 

Boston Lyino-In Hospital. 

Meetings at the Hospital on the first 
Tuesday of every month. Hon. Stephen 
Fairbanks, President. Dr. John Romans, 
Vice-President. Charles H. Parker, Sam '1 
Hooper, Frmcis Boyd, Wm. H. Foster 
Charles E. Ware, Trustees chosen by the 
Corporation. A. A. Wellington, John W. 
Warren, Trustees chosen by the Massachu- 
setts Ch iritahle Fire Society. Abbott 
Lawrence, Rev. S. K. Lothrop, Trustees 
chosen by the Massachusetts Humane Soci- 
c'y. Francis A. Hall, Secretary. Thorn- 
ton K, Lothrop, Treasurer. Horace Du- 
pee, M. D., Wm. Read, M. D., Horatio R, 
Storer, M. D., Attending Physicians. 
Hospital building on Springfield and Wor- 
cester streets. 

State Lunatic Hospital at North- 
am E> TON. 

Eliphalet Trask, of Springfield ; John 
C. Russell, of Great Barrington ; Charles 
Smith. Northampton ; Luther V. Bell, 
Charlestown ; Zebina.L Raymond, Green- 
field; Trustees. Wm. H. Prince, M. D , 
Superintendent. Austin W. Thomp an, 
51. D.. Assistant Physician. C. K. Bart- 
lett, Clerk. Asa Wright, Farmer. Rob't 
M, Whitehouse, 'Engineer. 

Mass. HoifffiopATHic Hospital. 
Incorporated, 18-55. 
Charles B. Hall, President. Dexter S. 
King, Edward Slellen, Dexter E. King, 
h .- .- uis ii. V iy, Vice Pres. John P. Jew- 
ett, Trcas. Geo. Bancroft, Sec, Simon 
Brown, Otis Ciapp, Alex. H. Rice, John 



Ii. W 



>n G. Cheever. R. L. Rob- 



';.'•■-, Joseph Story, Jacub S. Albee, W. S. 
King, J. Q. A. Griffin, J. D. Richardson, 
Edward Ilvde. Trustees* 



Massachusetts General Hospital, 
McLean Street, Boston. 

Incorporated, 1S11 
Wm. Appleton, Pres. Nathaniel I. Bow- 
ditch, Vice Pres, Henry Andrews, Treas, 
T. B. Hall, Secretary. James Jackson, 
SI. D., John Jeffries, M. D., hdward Rey- 
nolds, M. D., Geo. Hayward,Sl. D., John 
Romans, Si. D., Winslow Lewis, SI. D., 
Board of Consultation. Officers of th* 
Hospital: — Benj. S. Shaw, SI. D. t . Resi- 
dent Physician. D. Hump* revs Scorer, 
M. D., John B. S. Jackson, M. I)., Ilenrv 
I. Bowdncti, SI, D.. Geo. C. Shattuck, Si". 
D., Augustus A. Gould. SI. D., Charles 
E. Ware, M. D., Francis Minot, SI. D., 
Visiting Physieians. Solomon D. Town- 
send, SI. D., J. Slason Warren, Si. D., 
Henry J. Bigelow, SI. D., Geor-e H. Gav, 
SI. D., Henry G. Clark, SI. D., Samuel 
Cabot, Jr., SI.D., Visiting Surgeons. John 
Bacon, Jr., SI. I)., Chemist. Calvin Ellis, 
M. D., Micro seopist and Curator of the Pa- 
thological Cabinet. Samuel SI. Abbott, 
SI. D., Physician to out-door P tie; is. O. 
W. Webber, Apothecary. II . Fioward, 
Steward. 

Officers ov McLean Asylum for 
Insane, Somerville. 

Henry B. Rogers, James B. Bradlee, 
William S. Bullard, William J. Dale, Wil- 
liam W. Greenongh, Thomas Lamb, Rob- 
ert SI. Mason, Chas. H. SlilU. J. Tiio.ua? 
Stevenson, John Lowell, Edward V-'.ivr- 
glesworth, Abbott Lawrence, 'Trustees. 
John E. Tyler, SI. D ^Physician and Super- 
intendeni. Mark Ranney, SI. D., J. V, C. 
Smith, SI. P., Asst. Physicians and Apothe- 
caries. Columbus Tyler, Steward. Mrs. 
Mary E. Tyler, Matron. Henry H. Pen- 
son, Male Supervisor. Sliss Relic: R. 
Barber, Female Supervisor, 

United States Marine Hospital, 
Chelsea. 

For relief of sick and disabled seamen. 
Charles A. Davis, SI. D., P'hysician and 
Superintendent. 

Lowell Hospital Association. 

Hospital, Merrimae, corner Pawtucket st. 

Organized in 1840. 

Trustees. — John D. Prince, Chairman. 
Linus Child, Treas. Charles T. Tiicen, 
o'er. Oilman Kimball, Si. D., Physt : l 
a nd Superintendent. 



STATE ALUS HOUSES. 



State Alms Ho'-se at Tewksburt. 

Geo. Foster, of Andovef; Elisha Hunt- 
it ?tun. of Lowell; Dana Hoi len, of Bil- 
tenca, Inspectors. Titos. J. Marsh, Supt. 



State Alms House \t SIonson. 

Gilbert A. Smith, South Hadley; Gor- 
don SI. Fisk, Palmer; Samuel Banister, 
Worcester, Inspectors. John SI. Bre-vs 
ter, Jr., Supt. 



State A:. 



017SE AT BlilDGEWATER. 



State Hospital on Rainsfokd's 
James Ford, Fall Riyer ; Wm. E. Slay, I Island. 

K'i'iiv; James il. .Mite-hell, Bridge- ! Winslow Lewis, Francis D. Stedmaa, 
wrAter, ImpecUrt, l.y;\ L G^odspeed, ! Boston; Wm. Sutton, Salem, Inspesiort 
s ^pt> \ Lemuel SI. Barker, Supt. and Physician. 



KAILROADS. 



243 



STATE PRISON. 



Gideon Haynes, Warden. Benj. L. Mayhew, Deputy Warden. "William Peirce, 
Clerk. Amos B. Bancroft, Physician, Joseph Rieker, Chaplain. John A. Goodwin, 
P. J. Stone, Geo. W. McLell.an, Inspectors. 

Whole aura ter of convicts, Sept. 30, 18-38, 440 ; number received during the year end- 
ing Sept. BJ, 1858, 103. 

discharged during the same time, by expiration of sentence, 126 ; by remission of 
sentence, 26-; by death, 2; escaped, 1. Total, 155. Leaving whole number, Sept. 30, 
1858, 4S3 The largest number at any one time daring the past year was 491 ; the 
smallest, 435 ; the average has been 4G9. 

The expenditures for the year ending Sept. 30 were $99,975.6$. 

The receipts during the year were 573,167.06. 

Stock on hand, . 6,062.69. 

The principal crime? of those admitted during the year were, — larceny in shops, 
dwelling-houses, &c.., 95; shop-breaking, 11; burglary, 47; murder, 8. Number of 
prisoners for life, 34. Foreigners, 198 ; natives, 285. Total, 483. 



RAILROADS. 



A GUI CULT UK AL BR ANCH. 

From Frarmngharn to "Northboro*. 

Ivers Phillips, of Fitehburg, President. 
Stephen Morse, Jabez S. "Witherbee, Sul- 
livan Fay, John Wenzell, Samuel Boyd, 
Cyrus Gale, Albert Ballard, Wilder Bush, 
Fitch Winchester, William Buckmiuster, 
Benj. T. Peed, Horatio X. Bigelow, "Wil- 
liam D. Peck, Directors. Geo. E. John- 
son, Hoiliston, Treasurer. Chosen last 
Wednesday in December. 

AMHERST AND BELCHER* 

TOWN. " 

Incorporated, 1851. From Amherst to 
Palmer, 20 miles. 

Willis Phelps, Springfield, president. 
Tfaos. W. William's, New London, Conn. ; 
Edward Dickinson, John Leiami, L. M. 
Bills, Charles Adams, Anihorst; Henry 
A. Longley, Belehertown, Directors. John 
S. Adams, Amherst, Clerk and Treasurer. 
N. D. Potter, Amherst, Superintendent. 
Chosen first week in February. 



BERKSHIRE. 



From the >>*■ 



line of Connecticut 



T. Bice, YVm. A. V. 'heeler, David S. Mes- 
singer, Henry H. Chamberiin, Worcester ; 
JoaO S. Holt, Holrien ; Henry Prentiss, 
Hubbardston ,- Levi Heywood, Gardner, 
D rectors. Caleb Dana, Worcester, Clerk 
and Treasurer. Chosen in September, 

BOSTON AND LOWELL. 

Station in Boston, on Causeway Street. 

Treasurer's office, 5 Tremont street 
Boston. 

Francis B. Crownihshield, President. 
Geo. W. Lyman, William Minot, Jr., 
Francis B Crowninshield, Isaac Hinckley, 
Josiah G. Abbott, -Directors. Geo Stark," 
Managing Agent. John B. WinsiOw, Su- 
perintendent. J. Thomas Stevenson, Bos- 
ton, Treasurer. Thomas P. Teimey, 
Clerk. 



through Sheffield, Great B.arrington, West 
Stockbridge, to the West Stockbridge 
Railroad. 

Run by Housatonic R. R. Co. under a 
perpetual lease. 

Charles W. Hopkins, Great Barrington, 
President, Charles W.Hopkins, Increase 
Sumner. Great Barrington ; Charles Hunt, 
Canaan, Conn.; Oliver Peck, Sheffield.; 
John E» Thayer, Boston, Directors . Ed- 
ward F. En-i^n, Sheffield, Treasurer. 
Charles Hunt, Saperinttndent. Chosen in 
April. 

BOSTON, BARRE, AND 
GARDNER. 

From Worcester to Barre and Gardner. 

Hon. John Brooks. Princeton, Presi- 
dent John Brook.-,, Princeton ; Step lien 
SaMsbnry.Sam'i Davis, Horatio N. Tower, 
F« 1L Eiunicutt, Rejoice Newton, George 



bos: 



AND main: 



Station in Boston, Haymarkct square. 

Francis Cogswell, President. Francis 
Cogswell, James H. Duncan, George W. 
Kittredge, Daniel M. Christie, Peter T. 
Homer, Israel M. Spehnan, Henry Salton- 
stall, Directors. William Merritt, Super- 
intendent. Horace B. Wilbur, Treasurer. 
James C. Men ill. Clerk. 

Chosen second Wednesday in September. 

BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE. 

Station in Boston, Pleasant, opposite 
Phot street. 

Charles U. Warren, President. 
Batstow, Samuel T.Dana, William 
ton, George R. Russell, Joseph «■: 
Geo. W. Halle:, Dire-tors. Daniel : 
Superintendent. Edwai d Pickering, 
Henry Dalton, Treasurer. 

Chosen se »nd Wednesday in January. 

Trains for and from Providence, New 
Bedford, Taunton, and Way Stations, 
leave twice daily in winter, and three times 
during the rest of the year. 

Express steamboat "train for New York 
leaves Boston at 5.30, P. M., every day ex- 



John 
Apple- 



Clerk. 



244 



MASSACHUSETTS REGISTER. 



£kmmm 

through in 



cppt Sunday, Btopping at Mansfield and 
Providence; arrives at Stonington about 
9, P. M., and at New York about 5, A. M. 

BOSTON AND WORCESTER. 

Station in Boston, beach, corner of Lin- 
coln street. 

Ginery Twicheil, President. Ginery 
Twithfll, Daniel Denny, Nathaniel Ham- 
mond, Isaac Emery, Peter T. Homer, 
Bcnj. F. White. Emory Washburn, D. 
Waldo Lincoln, Israel Lombard, Directors. 
E. B. Phillip-, Superintendent. E. S. 
Philbrick, Asst, Surd. and Engineer. Geo. 
S. Hale, Clerk and Solicitor. Horace 
Williams, Treas. David Wilder, Jr., Au- 
ditor. 

Chosen first Wednesday in February. 

r. For New York 
M and Albany, 
without change of 
cars, via Worcester and Springfield. 

By express mail trains twice a day, leave 
Boston and Worcester Railroad station, 
Albany street, at 8, A. M... and 3, P. M. 
For Albany, at 8, A. M , and 1.30 and 3, 
P. M. New York passengers by_8, A.M., 
train, are due in New York at 4.45, P. M. r 
those bv 3, P. M , train sup at Springfield, 
and are -due in New York at 11.15, P. M. 
Albanv passengers dine and sup at Spring- 
field and are due in Albany at 5 and 11, P.M. 

Evening trains lejive Albany for Niagara 
Falls, Buffalo, and the West, at 6 and 11. 

Tickets obtained a: office of Western 
Railroad* No. 19 State street, Boston, and 
at ticket qffi.ee of Boston and Worcester 
Railroad, Albany street. Also, for New 
York, via Norwich, by steamers Common- 
wealth or Connecticut, daily (Sundays ex- 
cepted), at 5.10, P. M. Tickets, state 
rooms, ike, secured at ticket <<riiceof Bos- 
ton and Worcester Railroad depot, Albany 
street. 

G. Twichell, Supt. B. $ W. R. R. 

CAPS CCD. 
Office at Hyatinis.! 
From Boston, via Old Colony and Fall 
River Railroad, to Middleboro.' 
John II. W. Page, President. Minor S. 



sin, Richard Borden, Benjamin Bur- 
ge&a, Nathaniel S. Simpkins, Alexander 
Buxter. John II. Shaw. Directors. Amos 
Otis, Clerk. E. N. Winslow, Superinten- 
dent and Treasurer. 

CHESHIRE. 

From So. Ashburnhain to Bellows Falls. 

Dili :e in Boston, 56 State street. 

Thomas Th.ach.er, Boston, President. 
1 Liuuas Thacher, C. W. Cartwriyht, Bos- 
ton ; Salnvt Hale, Thomas . M. Edwards, 
K cue; Ephrairo Murdock, Jr., Wiu- 

■ ..'. n; George Huntington, Walpole ; 
Geo. D. Button, Boston, Directors. Chas. 
J. Kverett, Treasurer. 

Chosen second Wednesday in May. 

NNECTICUT RIVER. 

This road com ets at Northampton 
trith the 1.- .... ~:.wf> arid Hampden Rail- 
road, at ur> i istkdd with the Vt. and M lss., 
and ;, -'«- the Mate tine of Vermont with the 
Valley Railroad: 

Daniel L. Harris, President, Daniel L. 
Harris, of Springfield; Ignatius Sargent, 



, Israel Spelman, E.A.Dana, of Boston; 

Roland Mather, of Hartford; II. W.. 

Clanp, of Greenfield; Chester W. Chapin, 
i of Springfield ; John Chase, of Chicopee; 

J. IL. Butler, of Northampton, Directors. 
I S. F. Lyman, Treasurer. 
Chosen in January. 

DANVERS, 

Incorporated, 1852. From North Dan- 
I Yers to South Reading. 

Gilbert Tapley, of Danvers, President. 
Win. I). North end, Gilbert Tapley, George 
F. Choate, Frederick Perley, Chas. Si. 
Cox, Directors. Geo. F. Choate, Clerk 
and Treasurer. 

DORCHESTER AND MILTON 
BRANCH. 

Nath'I F. SafTord, of Dorchester, Presi- 
dent. Nath'l F. Safford, Edmund P. Tiles- 
ton, Oakes Ames, Edward King, E. H. 
R. Ruggles, Amor Hollingsworth, Robert 
M. Todd, Directors. Seth D. Whitney, of 
Milton, Clerk and Treasurer. 

EASTERN. 

From Boston to Portland. Station in 
Boston, Causeway, near Andover st. 

John Howe, Brookline, President. John 
C. Lee, of Salem ; Nathan D. Chase, of 
Lynn; Henry II. Ladd, of Portsmouth ; 
Samuel Hooper, George M. Browne, of 
Boston ; Mieajah Lunt, of Newburyport, 
Directors. John B. Parker, of Boston, 
Clerk and Treasurer. Jeremiah Prescott, 
Superintendent. W. J . C. Kenney, Freight 
Agent. 

Freight Office, 16 Merchants Plow. 
Freight House, East Boston. 

EASTON BRANCH. 

Incorporated, 1851. 

From the Stoughton Branch Railroad to 
Easton. 

Oakes Ames, President. John H. Swain, 
of Easton, Secretary and Treasurer. Oli- 
ver Ames, Jr., Oakes Anres, A. A. Gil- 
rnpre, Gyros Lothrop, of Easton ; Nath'l 
Morton, of Stoughton, Directors. T. M. 
Porter, Agent. 

EAST WALPOLE BRANCH. 

Incorporated. iSo-5. 

From the Now York Central Railroad 
to East Walpole. 

Francis W. Bird. Walpole, President. 
George II. Place. Walpole, Secretary and 
Treasurer. F. W. Bird, John Morse. Wii- 
iard Lewis, Geo. Everett, Chester Morse, 
Directors. 

ESSEX, 
David Pingree, of Salem, President. 
F.ben SuttOn, of South Danvers ; Joseph 
N, Sanderson, of Lynn; Nathaniel Wes- 
ton, David Pingree, Nathaniel B. Mans- 
field, Stephen A. Chase, Salem; Henry 
G.Gray, Marblehead, Directors. John B. 
Parker, Clerk and Treasurer. 

FAIRHAVEN BRANCH. 

From New Bedford to Tremont Iron 
Works, Wareham, connecting with Cape 
Cod R. R., forming a direct line between 
New Bedford and Boston. 

Ezekiel Sawin, President. E. Sawin, 
Wm. L. B. Gibbs, Nathaniel Church, L. 
C. Tripp, Isaiah F. Terry, of Fairhaven ; 



KA1LE0ADS. 



24s 



Edward W. Rowland, of New Bedford; 
Loring Meigs, of Mattapoisett, Directors, 
Hervejp.. Tripp, Treasurer. Horace Scott, 
Sitperintenctent. Ofiioe at depot in Fair- 
haven. Chosen in October. 

FITCHBURG. 

Station in Boston, on Causeway street. 

John J. Swift, President. Alvah Crock- 
er, Fitchburg ; Winthrop E. Faulkner, 
South Acton ; Thomas Whittemore, .Cam- 
bridge; P. B. Brigham, Boston, Directors. 
W. B. Stearns, Superintendent and Engi- 
neer. John P. Welch, Cierk and Treas- 
urer. Chosen last Tuesday in January. 

FITCHBURG AND WORCES- 
TER. 

Office at Fitchburg. 

Ivers Phillips, President and Superin- 
tendent. Nathaniel Wood, James H. Car- 
ter, Joseph Haskell, Samuel Houghton, 
Wm.D. Peck, Win. D. Cheever, Direc- 
tors. Charles W. Wilder, of Fitchburg, 
Clerk and Treasurer. Chosen 1st Wed- 
nesday in January. 



? 


iites. 


Price. 


Depot Masters. 


From FiteiiimrgJG 






1 


"lUobburg, 






E. J. Grossman, 


South Fitchburg, 


2 


.10 




Leominsier, 


5 


.20 


JOSKPH HaSSSLL. 


Gate?, 


7 


.30 




Pratt's, 


9 


OK 




Ste-Iing, 


32 


.40 


J. H. Cuaaisa. 


if tennis Junction, 


14 


.f,0 


C. H.. Lo&QfO. 


fVTorcester, 


26 


.85 





♦Intersects w'ththe Vermont & Massachusetts 
Railroad, and Cheshire Railroad. 

tlntersects with the Western, Providence & 
Worcester, Norwich & Worcester, and Boston 
& Worcester Kailroads. 

GRAND JUNCTION RAILROAD 
AND DEPOT COMPANY. 

Office in Boston, 13 Exchange street. 

David Kimball, President. Benjamin 
Lamson, Da-rid SirnbaU. George A. Whit- 
ney, Samuel S. Lewis, Samuel Hooper, 
John P. Ober, Directors. George W. 
Gordon, Treasurer. J. P. Robinson, 
Cleric. E. A. Hail, SupL Chosen in 
May. 

HAMPSHIRE! AND HAMPDEN. 

From Northampton through Easthamp- 
ton am! Westfi-eld to Connecticut State 
line at Soutbwick, and thence by the New 
Haven and Northampton Railroad to New 
Haven. 

Samuel Williston, President. Samuel 
Williston, Easthampton; Joel Hay den, 
Haydenville- ; Charles Smith, Northamp- 
ton; Ira Yeomans, Jr., Westfield; Wm. 
Johnson, Stephen D. Pardee, Joseph E. 
SheSield, New Haven, Directors. Win. 
Johnson, New Haven, 'Treasurer. Chosen 
iii June. 

HARTFORD AND NEW HAVEN. 

Fro n Springfield to New Haven. 
C. t\ Pond, Hartford, President. H. 
Fiteh, Treasurer. C. F. Pond, Hartford; 
J. S. Brooks,. Menden-; Chester W. Cha- 
pio, Springfield; C. Tan tierbilt, John A. 
liohinson, New York; Wm. Jarvis, Mid- 
dleton ; l'houias Trowbridge, Levi Cook, 
IMrmtiirs. 



HORN POND BRANCH. 
From Horn Pond to the Woburn Branch 

of Lowell Railroad. 

Adolphus Davis, Boston, President. 
Daniel Draper, Wm. P. Draper, George 
D. Guild, Boston ; Bowen Buckman, Wo- 
burn, Directors. Daniel Draper, Superin- 
tendent. Wm. P. Draper, Treasurer. Cho- 
sen in Octobor. 

HOUSATONIC. 

From Pittsfield to Bridgeport, 110 miles. 

Charles Hunt, of Canaan, President and 
Superintendent. Charles Hunt, of Canaan ; 
N.Thayer, of. Boston; Lee Can field, of 
Falls Village; Daniel Marsh, of New 
Milford; C. W. Hopkins, of Great Bar- 
ring ton ; Morris Ketchura, New York; 
Stephen Tomlinson, E. J. Bishop, of 
Bridgeport ; W. W. Board-man, of New Ha- 
ven, Directors. Horace Nichols, of 
Bridgeport, 'Treasurer. Ira Sherman, of 
Bridgeport, Secretary. 

LEXINGTON AND WEST 
G AIRBRIDGE, 

Office, 100 State Street, Boston. 

Charles Hudson, Lexington, President. 
S. Butterfield, Addison Gage, John Field, 
West Cambridge; James Dana, Joseph 
N. Howe, Abijah W. Farrar, Boston, Di- 
rectors. Wm. Stevens, Treas. and Clark.' 

LOWELL AND LAWRENCE. 

Sidney Spalding, Lowell, President. 
Sidney ' Spalding, Otis Allen, Horace 
Howard, Isaac Farrington, Abner W. 
Buttrick, Paul R. George, I. W. Daniels, 
Directors. Francis H. Nourse, Lowell, 
Clerk, Treasurer, and Local SupL Chosen 
first Monday in January. 

MARLBORO' BRANCH. 

From Marlboro' Centre to Feltonville. 

Mark Fay, President. Mark Fay, Ed- 
ward A. Gav, Francis Brigham. Elondge 
Howe. Charles Brijjhaim, 0. W. Aibee, 
Samuel A. Chipman, Directors. Lambert 
Bigelow, Treasurer. 

MEDWAY BRANCH. 

From Medway Village to the North 
Wrentham Depot of the New York Cen- 
tral R. R. n ., t 

Holmes Ammidown, Boston, President 
and Superintendent. Jacob W. 1 
Treasurer. Holmes Ammidown, 
W. Pierce, Jacob Edwards, Jr., 
Wm. B. Boyd, Luther Mctcalf, > 
Directors. Chosen first M 
cember. 

MIDDLEBORGUGH AND 
TAUNTON li RANCH. 

Joshua B. Tobey, President. Vv'ra. A. 
Crocker, Taunton ; E. Tucker, Boston ; 
Pardon Tillinchast, Joseph S. Tilling- 
hast, New Bedford; Charles Robinson, 
Rayuham; Joshua B. Tobey, Waveham ; 
Abner Ellis. Sandwich, Directors. Edw. 
Pickering, 1 f Boston, Treasurer and Cleric. 
Albert E. Swascy, of Taunton, Supt. 

MIDLAND RAILROAD 

COMPANY. 

Station in Boston, foot of Summer Street 

Alexander DeWitt, President. Roi itio 

N. Slater, Oliver Dean, A. G. I-arwell, 



J ;■: COO 

is ton ; 
dway, 
day in De- 



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I). X. Pi. kerinff, 3. B. Allev, J. W. Clark, 
H Imi 3 Ammidown. Woodbridge Odlin, 
William Edwards, Warren Hunt, Joseph 
Thayer, Edmund Wilkinson, E. N. Chad- 
dock, Lucien Skinner, Directors. Edward 
Haynes, Jr., Treas. end Clerk. 

MILLBUHY AND SOUTH- 
BRIDGE. 

From Miilbury, through Webster, to 
Southbridge. 

II. N. Stater, of Providence, President. 
E. D. Ammidown, of Southbridge, Treas. 
William Edwards, Manning Leonard, 
R. O. Storrs, Joshua Ballard, Jr., P. C. 
Child, S. C. Hartwell, Thomas E. Graves, 
E. D. Ammidown, H. N. Slater, Directors. 

NASHUA AND LOWELL, 
Connects at Nashua with Wilton R. R., 
Concord R. R., and Worcester and Nash- 
ua R. R., and is ran in connection with 
the Boston and Lowell R. R. 

F. B. Crown-in shield, President. Fran- 
cis B. Crowninshieid, Wm. Amory, Bos- 
ton; Daniel S. Richardson, of Lowell ;- 
Edward Spalding, Nashua ; Onslow 
Stearns, "Directors. Geo. Stark, Nashua, 
Manager. John B. Winslow, Superinten- 
dent* William P. Ainsworth, Treasurer . 
George Bowers, Clerk. 

NEW BEDFORD AND 
TAUNTON. 

From Taunton to New Bedford, 20 miles. 
Joseph Grinnell, New Bedford, Pres. 
Joseph Grinnell. David R. Greene, Thos. 
Mandell, Ward M, Parker, Geo. Rowland, 
Jr., Thomas S. Hathaway, E. L. Baker, 
Directors. A. E. Swasey, Taunton, Supt. 
Lawrence Grinnell, Treas.' 

NEW13URYPORT RAILROAD. 

Prom Newbury to Bradford, andGeoige- 
t'strn to North Danvets. Consolidated 
wMiDant >■-• and Georgetown Railroad in 
Ibdo. 

Benjamin Poole, of Topsfield, Presides t. 
George J. Tenney, Samuel Little, Im. 
N- Cieaveland, Edward Kimball, George 
Cogswell, Joseph B. Morss, Humphrey 
Hoyr, Franklin Briekett, Tappan Pearson, 
Joseph S. Black, Directors. M. E. Hale, 
Treas. 

NEW LONDON, WILLIISAN- 
T1C, AND PALMER. 

From New London, Conn., to Palmer, 
Mass., 60 miles. 

'! bonus W. W. Williams, New London, 
President. John Dickinson, New London, 
yy, ...,., vr ,. fl ,. Clerk* U. R. Storrs, New 
I'tHi.d', .., Superintendent. 

NORWICH AND WORCESTER. 
* Augustus Brewster, Norwich, Conn., 
President. Augustus Brewster, Charles 
■'; •■•'■ on-, J.-d >dwh Huntington, John A; 
Rockwell, ■)■. m Dunham, Norwich ; John 
'i. Waitt, Moses Pierce, Norwich Town, 
Conn.; J. Newton Perkins, Robert Bay- 
ard, John A. Weeks, New York Citv ; 
Alexander De Witt, Oxford, Mass.; David 
A. Seat, Salem, Miss., A. D. Lockwood, 
Killingly, Conn. ; Henry K. Horton, Bos- 
ton, Directors. George L. Perkins, Nor- 



wich, Treasurer. P. St. M. Andrews, Nor- 
wich Superintendent. Eclw. T. Clapp, 
Norwich, Clerk Corporation. E. F. Park- 
er, Norwich. C. S. Turner, Worcester, 
Masters of Transportation, 

OLD COLONY AND PALL 
RIVER. 

Station in Boston, Rneeland, c. South St. 

From Boston to Plymouth, 37^ miles. 

From Boston to Fa'll River, 53 miles. 

Alexr. Holmes, President. Alexander 
Holmes, Kingston ; Richard P>orden, Fall 
River; Peter H. Peirce, Middleboro' ; Fras. 
B. Crowninshieid, William J. Walker, 
Caleb C. Gilbert, James H. Beal, Boston, 
Directors. John M. Washburn, Treas. 
Office in Boston. George W. Billings, 
Agent, Fall Paver. Chosen in January. 

PETERS OHO' AND SHIRLEY. 

Connecting with the Fitchburg R. R. at 
Grotou Junction. From Groton to Mason 
Village, 23 miles-. 

John Nesmitb., Pres. John Nesmith, 
Wm. J. Walker, James N. Tucker, Moses 
Pricbard,WalterFessenden, Dan'l Adams, 
Geo. Taft, Lyman Nichols, H. A. Woods, 
Directors. Edward Ordway, of Townsend, 
Clerk and Treasurer. Chosen in Septem- 
ber. 

PITTSFIELB & NOItTLT ADAMS, 

Chester W. Chapin, Springfield, Pres. 
Stephen Fairbanks, Boston; C. W. Cha- 
pin, Springfield; Wm. H. Swift, Robert 
Campbell, PittsSeld, Directors. Stephen 
Fairbanks. Boston, Treasurer. Henry 
Gray, Springfield, Superintendent. Wm. 
Burton, North Adams, Agent. Chosen in 
February. 

PROVIDENCE, WARREN, AND 
BRISTOL. 

C. T. Child, Warren, Pres. L. Chap- 
potin, Treas. L. M. E. Stone, Providence, 
Supt. Robert H. Ives, Amos D. Smith, 
Wm. Goddard, L. Chappotin, M. Woods, 
Providence; Charles T. Child, T. G.Tur- 
ner, Warren ; Samuel W. Church, Bristol ; 
Willis Phelps, Springfield, Directors. 

PROVIDENCE &, WORCESTER. 

Welcome Farnum, President. Welcome 
Farnura, Horatio N. Slater, Moses B. 
Lockwood, Welcome B. Sayles, Earl P. 
Mason, Harvev Chace, Paul Whitin, Wm. 
M. Biekford, Isaac Davis, Henry Gould- 
ing, Alexander De Witt, Alexander Dun- 
can, Daniel W. Vaughan, E. II. Stoddard, 
Waldo Eirle, Joel W. White, Pnilo San- 
ford, Stephen Benedict, Directors. Ste- 
phen H. Tabor, of Providence, Superin- 
tendent. John R. Balch, of Providence, 
Tr^as. William D. Hilton, Supt. of Trans- 
portation, Providence. William 'H. Jour- 
dan, Supt. of Transportation, Worcester. 



SALEM AND LOWELL. 
Incorporated, 184S. 

Thi3 road is leased and operated by the 
Boston and Lowell Railroad Company. 



RAILROADS. 



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SOUTH SHORE. 
Office, 2r>h State street. 

From Old Colony Depot, Boston ; con- 
nects with Old Colony Railroad at Br.ain- 
trre. Officers choson last Wednesday in 
January. 

William Humphrey, Boston, President. 
Win, Sohier, Win. Humphrey, Boston ; 
James C. Doane, La'oan Souther, Cohas- 
set; E. L. White, B rain tree ; John W. 
Loud, Joseph Loud, Jr., Chas. Humphrey, 
Weymouth ; Minot Tirrell, Boston, Di- 
rectors. Oilman Davis, Boston, Treas. 



STOCKBRIBGE &, PIT 



'XEIiD. 



Thomas Hurlbert, Lee, Pre?. Thomas 
Hurlbert, Daniel R. Williams, William B. 
Cooley, Edward H. Owen, Stephen M. 
Buckingham, Loring G. Bobbins, Amos 
G. Hurlbert, Directors. Charles M. Owen, 
Stockbridgc, Treasurer. John Z. Good- 
rich, Stockbridge, Cierk. 



STONEHAIT BRANCH. 

Thaddeus Richardson, Charlestown, 
Pres. Thaddeus Richardson. Charles- 
town; J. P. Guild. Alpheus Richardson, 
Samuel Tidd, Allen Row: 1 , Jr., Stoneham ; 
Gardner Syrnmes., Winchester, Directors. 
Frederick O. Prince, Winchester, Treas. 
and Cierk. Chosen in January. 



STONY BROOTL 

From the Nashua and Lowell" Railroad 
in North Chelmsford to Croton, there 
uniting with the Fitehburg, Worcester 
and Nashua, and Peterboro' and Shirley 
Railroads. 

Connects at Lowell with the Boston and 
Lowell. Salem and Lowell, and Lowell 
and Lawreme Railroads. 

Tappan Wentwi rth, Lowell, Prep. 'ent. 
Wm. a. Burke, Ziba Gay, John W. P. 
Abbott, John Wright, Scwall G. Mack, 
Charles L. Tilden, Directors. George 
Stark, Nashua, Supt. J. W. Stickney, 
Treasurer. Charles Hovey, Clerk. Abiel 
Rolfe, Freight Agent at Lowell. 

STOUGHTON BRANCH, 

From Stoughton to Boston. 

Frederick W. Lincoln, Canton, Pres. 
F. W. Lincoln, Martin Wales, Nathaniel 
Morton, Stoughton ; Oakes Ames, Eastoh ; 
George B. Gary, Boston ; Directors. F. 
W. Deane, Canton, Treas. Jc?,-v Holmes;, 
Stoughton, Supt. Cuosea in May. 



TAUNTON BRANCH. 

Boston Office, No. 10 Merch. Exchange. 

Officers chosen last Monday in June. 

Wm. A. Crocker, Taunton, Pres. N. 
H. Emmons, Samuel Frothington, Wm. 
A. Crocker, Edtn. Baylies, Wm. Stur»;is-, 
Directors. A. K. Swasey, Taunton. SujjI. 
Edward Pickering, Clerk and Treasurer. 
John Deane, Master of Trans, at Boston. 

TROY AND GREENFIELD. 

David N. Carpenter, Greenfield, Pres. 
D. N. Carpenter, James Cheever, James 
C. Converse, Lewis Rice, Atvah Crocker, 
Herman Haupt, R. H. Wells, Directors. 
Wendell T. Davis, Greenfield, Treas. 
I Chosen in February. 

! VERMONT AND MASSACHU- 
SETTS. 
Boston Offi.ee, 13 Exchange Street. 

| Thomas Whittemore, Boston, Pres. 

John J. Swift, David N. Carpenter, Green- 
! field ; Joseph Goodhue, Brattleboro', Vt. ; 
j James Cheever, Boston, Director;,. 0. T. 

Ruggies, Fitehburg, Supt. John Rogers, 

Boston, Treas. B. D. Locke, Cierk. 

Chosen in February. 



WESTERN. 
! Treasurer's Office, 13 Railroad Exchange. 

From Worcester Depot, Boston. (See 

| Boston and Worcester R. R.) 

j Completed in 1842. Extent, 156 miles. 

j The Albany and West StockbridgeRoad, 
from Albany to State tine, 3S.[ miles, is 
leased by the Western Road. 

Chester W. Cnapin, Springfield, Pres. 
Wm. H. Swift, Josiah Stickney, Ignatius 
Sargent, Boston; Robert Campbell, Pitts- 
field.; AnselL. Tyler, Chailemont; Chas. 
}' udson, of Lexirfp ton ; Jona. Bourne, Jr., 
New Bedford; Edward R. Tinker, of 
Adams, Directors. Stephen Fairbanks, 
Treas. William Ritchie, Auditor. Henry 
Gray, Supt. Ansel Phelps, Solicitor and 
Cleik. Chosen second Y/eduesday in 
February. 

WORCESTER AND NASHUA. 

George T. Rice, Worcester, President 
Alexander De Witr, Oxford ; Stephen 
Salisbury, Francis H. Dewey, b\ H. 
Kin'nieutt, George T. Rice, Worcester; 

j Jacob Fisher, Lancaster ; Thomas Chase, 
Nashua; Seth W. Fowle, Boston ; A. E, 

I Hiidreth, Groton, Directors. T. W. Ham- 

| mond, Treas. end Clerk. George W. 

■ Bentlev, Sunt. 



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HORSE RAILROADS 



KUNNIN'G FK01I BOSTON. 



CAF,S IN EOWDOIN SQUARE. 

Run to Brighton, once in 30 min. 

11 Cambridge, li 5 " 

" East Cambridge,. {; 15 " 
" Fresh Pond and ^ „ , - ti 
,l Mount Auburn, \ 
Waltham Coaches connect at Watertovrn 
once in two hours. ' 

Bun to Watertown, .once in 30 min. 

West Cambridge road not completed. 

CARS IN TREMONT STREET, 

/"Norfolk House, cnce in 8 m. 
Run to } Mt. Pleasant, ** 20 " 

Roxbury, 1 Warren Street, " 20 •« 

(Tremont Street, " 10 " 
Bun to Jamaica Plain, " 30 " 



CARS IN HAYMARKET SQ. 

Run to Charlestown Neck. once in 7 ruia. 

" Bunker Hill, " 20 » 

Chelsea, " lo " 

Maiden "30 " 

Melrose road not completed. 

So :erville " 30 " 

Winter Hill, " 60 " 

CARS IN BROAD STREET. 
(Corner of State Street.) 

Run to Dorchester, once in 30 min. 

Milton coaches connect at Centre Street, 

Dorchester. 
Washington Village,. ....once in 30 min. 

CARS IN SUMMER STREET 
Run to South Boston every 10 min. 



TELEGRAPH COMPANIES, 



AMERICAN. 

Office in Bos 'cm, 31 State*, cor. Congress 
Street. 

Peter Cooper, Pres. H. O. Alden, Vice 
Pres. A. A. Lovttt, Gen I Supt. 

ATLANTIC. 

Office, Merchants Exchange. 

To Lynn, Swampscott, Marblehead, and 
Salem.' 

J. S. Tyler, Pres. J. C. Howe, Treat. 

BOSTON &u CAPE COD MARINE. 
Office, 31 State Street. 

Geo. Marston. Pres. G. B, Prescott, 
Supt. 

BOSTON HARBOR. 
Office, 6 Merchants' Exchange. 
G. li. Prescott, Supt. 

CAPE ANN. 
Office, 31 State Street. 

George Marston, Pres. G. B. Prescott, 
Supt. 



CAPE COB, 

Office in Boston, 31 State Street, Traveller 
Building. 
Chas. Spear, Pres. G. B. Prescott, Supt. 

N. Y. AND N. E. UNION. 
Office in Boston, Merchants Exchange. 
H. M. Sehieffelin, Pres. C. F. Wood, 
Supt. 

NORTHERN. 

Morse's Line. 
Office in Boston, 31 State Street. 
H. F. Rice, Pres. O. A. Dodge, Supt. 

VERMONT AND BOSTON. 
Office in Boston, Merchants' Exchange. 
G. W. Thomas, Operator. I. H. Nor- 
ris, Supt. 

WE STERN MA S S A CKUSETTS. 
Incorporated, 1854. Capital, §75,000. 

WORCESTER AND NASHUA. 
Incorporated, 1855. Capital, $25,000. 
Henry Kellogsr, Pres. end Supt. A. S. 
Carleton, Sec. and Treas. 



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JZl^Ep^IJIlElJJSI RAILROAD, 



Depot on 

ifauseway, near 

An rlover 

Street, 

I) o 9 t o N" . 



i J 3 a rai pa i] a ■% 



Opened for Travel 






OFFICERS, 



! to Salem, 1830; i 

! I 

; Portsmouth, N. H., I 

i j 

1840; 

■ Portland, Me., 1811; I 

! 



GEO. M. BROWNS, President. 
::rx B. PARKER, Clerk and Treasurer. JEREMIAH PEESCOTT, Superintendent : 

[Office, Phcenis Building, Boston ] [OEce at Depot, Boston.] 

W. J. C. EENNEY, General Freight Agent. 
[Office at Freight House, East Boston.] 

DIRECTORS. 

&£HdWS, SAKUEL HOOPER, NATHAN ]). CHASE, SIICAJAH LENT, JOHN C LEE, ■ 
HENRY E. LALD, GEORGE M. BROWNE, 



EASTERN RAILROAD. 

o Boston, through Lynn, Salem, Beverly, VTenhanj, Ipswich, Rowley, Newburyr-ort, Salisbury, Seabrook, Hampton j 
Faild, Hampton, aad Greenland, to Port-mouth. By the 

PORTSMOUTH, SACQ, AND PORTLAND 11AILR0AI), 

■■'•■zh Eliot, S^uth Berwick, North Berwick, Well?, Kennebunk, and Sace, to Portland. Thence to Bath, by the Ken- j 
!•'•• :' *c and Portland Railroad, where a Steamboat connects frr Gardiner, liaiioweil and Stage.* for all parts of Maine ; ' 



>r by theAndr* 



pare 
,d Kennebec Railroad tor Readfield, Winfhrop, and WaterviHe, where Stages 



for 



Bangor and all other places on the Penobscot, and Gardiner and [Iallowell oa the Kennebec, and Koekland, Oaui- 
uru, Belfast, Frankfort, and Bangor en the Penobscot Kivers. Also, by the 

ESSEX RAILROAD, 

' Danvers, MitMleton, A,ndOTer, and Laurence. By Branches wirliMarlu'ehead, Manchester, Gloucester, Salisbury 
-, Aiue^bury, and Great Falkland by Stages with the White Mount tin?, &i (foil 'he interior of New Hampshire and 








PRIG 


5S OF SINGLE, FAMILY 


, AND SEASON TICK5 


ITS. 




5'fom Boston 




Single 


Season Tickets. ( 


Froaa Boston 


SlngU 


Sewon Tickets. 


to ] 


Hues. 


Tickets. 


3 m. 1-' m 




to Mile?. 


Tickets. 


3 m. 1-' m. 


SomerviHe 


2. . . . 


SO 05.... 


#10.... 53.5 


<£ 


fWest Beach,... 21 


£0 65.... 


£29.. ..5100 


South Maiden, 


. o . . 


,. 


08.... 


10.... 3-5 


; Mai; Chester, 25.... 

West Parish, ..2S.... 


75 ... . 


30.... 108 


Chelsea 


. 4.. 


. . 


15.... 


12.... 42 


03 


1 00.... 


33.... 120 


North Chelsea, 


. 6.., 


. 


2).... 


13.... 44 


"b 


Gloucester, ....32.... 


1 00.... 


31.... 120 


i Maiden Centre 


. 5.. 


.. 




13.... 44 


O 


N. Beverly,.. . .21 .... 


60.... 


20.... 100 


Maplewood, .. . 


. 6.. 


.♦ 




13.... 44 




Wenharn, 22.... 


65.... 


20 100 


East Maiden,. 


, -.. 


. 




14.... 43 




Ipswich, 27.... 


80 


32.... 108 


Cliftondale, ... 


. 8.. 


.. 




15.... 52 




Rowley, 31.... 


05 ... . 


33.... 112 


East Saugus,. . 


.10.. 


.. 




17.... -56 




Nc-u bury port, ..36.... 


1 00.... 


34.... 120 


Lynn, 


.11.. 


,. 


30.... 


18.... 60 




Salisbury, 38 


1 10.... 


35.... 120 


Swampscott, .. 


.13.. 


. 


3-5 ... . 


20.... 65 




A mesfrury 42 .... 


> 20.... 


38.... 14) 


Salem 


.10.. 


. 


50.... 


25.... SS 




Seabroolc, 42... . 


1 20.... 


34.... 125 


M^rblehead,... 


.20.. 


. 


.55.... 


28 06 




Harup'n Falls, .41.... 


1 25.... 


35.... 125 


Dnnvers, 


.18.. 


.. 


55 .... 


20.... 00 




H irapton 40.... 


1 35.... 


30.... 125 


Beverly, 


.18.. 


. 


0-5 ... . 


27-... 90 




N. Hampton,.. .4'.).. . . 


1 45.... 


38.... 130 












Greenland 51.... 


1 55.... 


30.... 130 












Portsmouth, ....50.... 


1 65.... 


40.... 13d 










1 


Portland, .....107.... 












JEREMIAH PIIESCOTT, 


Sup't. 



■:lo 



MASSACHUSETTS REGISTER. 



BOSTON AND MAINE RAILROAD. 



Passenger Station 

in 

Ilavmarkct 



Opened for 
! travel to 

j Andover, 18->J 
Dover, N. .11., 



Square, 
Boston. 



S. Berwick. Me. 
1843. 



OFFICERS. 

FRAUOIS COGSWELL, President. 

[Office at Passenger Station.] 

H. B. WILBUR, Treasurer. JAS. C. MERRILL, Clerk. WILLIAM MERRITT, Sup! 

[OfRctf at Passenger Station.] [OrHce, 39 Court Street.] [0:nce at Passenger Station.] 

DIRECTORS. 
FRANCIS COGSWELL, (Andover,) DANIEL M. CHRISTIE, (Dover,) 

JAMES H. DfTNCAN, (Haverhill,) G. W. KITTREDGE, (Newmarket.) 

PETER T. HOMER, (Boston,) ISRAEL M. SPELMAN, (Cambridge,) 

B.ENRY SALTONSTALL, (Salem.) 




BOSTON AND H./i 



:r£ .RAILROAD. 

Pfiicss op Season Tickets. 



In 

both 
"Winter 

and 

Summer 

Trains usually 

leave 

Bo.sTQX 

on the 

main road 

twenty-five 

thru ■■ a day, 

" ■■ ■ • < i 

arrive us often, 

at 

various hours 

between 

6 o'clock, 

A, M., 

and 

10 o'clock, 

P. M. 



Stations. Miles. 

Somerville, • 2- • 

Medford, 5- - • 

Maiden, 5-«« 

Melrose, 7— 

Stoueharn, 3- • • 

Greenwood, 9.., 



FAP.S3. r- 



'- '*"• " ) ticket 



South Reading,- •« 

Evading. • 

Wilmington, 
Wilmington Jnneti 

Ballard Yale, 

Andover, 

Lawrence, 

North Andorer,- • ■ 

Bradford, 

Haverhill, 

Atkinson, • 

Pialstow, - 

New too, • 

East Kingston, ••• 

Exeter, 

South Newmarket, 
P. & 0. Junction,- 

Newmarket, 

Durham, 

Madbury, 

Doyer. 

^ Somerswortb, 

S | Great Fails, 

2 ( I'.ochester, 

|~j Salmon Falls, 

I S. Berwick Junctk 
j North Berwick, • •- 

j Weils, 

I Kenuebunk, 



62- 

64- 
67- 



■05 ■ 
.12- • 
■ 12. 
•38. 
■20- 



•20- 

• 45- 

.54- 

• 60- 

• 65- 



• 80- 
•80- 

■95- 



• M0-- 

• 1-15- 
•1-25- 
•1--35-. 
•1-45-. 
.1.50- • 
-1-55- - 
.1-65. •■ 
■1 T0-. 

• l ■:.')• ■ 

.1-82- ■ 
1-90- 

• 1-Sih 
-l-SS- 

2-00- 
.2 15- 

2-35- 
-2 40- 
•2-40- 

• 2-50- 



1st Qr. 

•SIO- 

■ 13... 

• 13- 

■ 15-- 

• 16" 

- 17-. 

• 18- 
. 19-. 
. 23-- 

• 24- 

• 26- 

- 27-- 

• 30- 

• 30- 

• 33" 

• 3:3" 



3S" 

39-. 
40-. 
40-- 
41- 

4->.. 

42 ■ 
42- 

43.- • 

43 •■ 



2.1 


3d 


S10- 


■ 3s 8 


13- 


- 11. 


33-. 


• 11. 


15- 


• 18- 


16- 


• 13- 


17- 


• 14 


IS- 


• 15- 


19- 


• 17- 


op. 


- 19 


24- 


- 21 



35 • - 
39- 
40- 
40.. 
41.. 
42- • 
42- 
42-. 
43" ■ 
43 • 
43 ■ 
43- 
43-. 



h. 12 Mo 
5 §33-00 

7-- 44-00 
7- - 44 001 
7-- 50-00 
8-- 68-00 

8- • 50 00 
60-00 

65-OOj 
76-00i 
SI. 00! 
87 00 j 
90 00; 
1 ■ Oi 



&m 



9- • 
lO- 
ll-. 
12- 
13-. 
IS- 
IS- 



15- -100-00 
16-. 110 00 

ig -no oo! 

113.00 
115-001 
120 00: 
125 00 
130 -OOi 
182 00 
132 00 
1:35 00! 
I3S OOi 
21. 440.00 
21- -140 00 
21- • 143-00! 
21-143-00J 

21 "143-00 
21-143-00 



- 17 

- 17 

- 17 

• IS 

- 19 
■ 19 

• 1 9 

• 20 
. 20 



Package 

Tickets 

of 50, 

are 

sold at 

seven-eighths 

the" "■ 

usual fare. 

The 

Newburvport 

Railroad 

connects at 

North Danv'ers, 

and 

takes Passengers 

three times 

a day, 

to and 

from 

Georgetown 

and 
Newbury port. 




... 98 

j Portland, 111- 

:kets terminate on the last dnvs of Februnry. May, August, and November. Any person -who has purch 
terly tickets may have a ti< kit tor the next six months for the difference between what he has paid !or tne 
d the price of a yearly ticket 



MEDFORD BRANCH RAILROAD. ^ j 

Trains r>m to and from MEDFORD, a distance of live miles, eight times a day each way. Fare -- 
• " '■ Time, 15 minutes. Season Tickets, sli a year. This is a beautiful village, and a desirab 
; .'• re :. r summer residence, 

ADVANTAGES OF A RESIDENCE ON TEIS ROUTE. 
S^mervilie, Medford- Maiden, Melrose, South Reading, and Reading, towns within the range of the 
special, as v..!l as the longer trains, possess many advantages for country residences, either thi 
'■•' warm ■>■ as in or the whole year, not exceeded by those of any other towns in the vieinil 
■ ■'- •:. The cheapness of the fare, the number of trains, both early and late, in connection ^ '--' 
T: '" convenient depot at Boston, render this railroad a desirable channel of intercourse bet* - 
Ihe city'and country. That the advantages of these places are appreciated, is evident from 
incre wing demand for residences on this route, the demand for house lots, and the steady rise in tn< 
»*lue of the land. 



RAILROADS. 




251 


BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE 


RAILROAD. 





Passenger 

and 

Freight Stations, 

on Pleasant, 

opposite 

Eliot Street, 

Boston. 






i I 



B I - 



i €» 



ESua 



\: 



*B 



Incorporated 

1830. 

Opened 
for Travel, 

1335. 



OFFICERS, 

CHAKLES H. WAKEE2T, President, [Office, Passenger Static.] 

D. NASOlf, Sup't, [Office, Passenger Station.] H. D ALTON, Treas. [Office, Passenger Station.] 

EDWARD PICKERING, Clerk, [Office, 20 Merchants Exchange.] 

DIRECTORS. 

WILLIAM APPLETON, JOHN BAESTOW,' SAMUEL T. DANA, 

GEORGE R. RUSSELL, JOSEPH GRINNELL, GEO. W. HALLETT. 



BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE RAILROAD. 



i : iSiE.VGEB, TRAINS 



3L!^. 



foSaramer, leave 

S*>ion and Provi- 
l*ace3 times every 

>■' stopping at Green Loag( 
»*ay stations. In Canton, 
Edition, the New! Sharon, 



Boston 

Roxbury, 

Boylstoo, 

Jamaica Piaiu, 
ForesJ Hill, • • 
Monterey, •• 
Hyde Park, 
itadi 



Fares, 



SO 10- 
10- 



'-' :k Steamboat 
fiUK» leaves Bos- 
'^u every evening. 



.— o 



Foxboro', • 

Mansfield, 

Tobit's, 

Atcleboro', ........ 

Dodgeville, • • • • 

Ea.Juncfc. & Hebron, 

Pawtuoket, 

Providence, 

be: 



34 • 
1+ • 
6* ■■ 
71 • 
81 • 
11 • 
14 • 

174 • 

24 • ■ 
26 .. 
31 •• 
321 .. 
S3| •■ 
89 • • 
431 • 



D.>ston, 

Kdxbury, 

Boy Is ton St. - • • 
Jamaica Plain, 

Junction, 

South Street, • 

Highland. 

H'est Roxbury j 
Dedham, 

stotjgi 

Roxbury. 

Boylscon St., 
j Jamaica Plain, 
' ! Fort-sL Hi!L • • • 
»W Hole, and Mount Hop^, .- 

^-irtown. j Monterey, 

&ual time of I Hyde ?airk i ■*" 

1 to Edgartown Canton, 

:'-ours. Di3-': outhranf - on > 
*c* S5 miles 



A- STEAMBOAT 

leave;! New Be 1- 
• ; -*i, on Tuesdays, 
^Jursdays, and 
•^turdays, on t'ue 
-'•■ival of train? 
'••u Boston, for 
deed's II oi 



U J5 

Mile; 



;-;c:-i 



10-. 

12 • 

20>. 


20 

25 ,... 

40 


50 


60 

75 

85 

90. ........ . 


105 

1 10-. 

115 

j 35 


1 ,50 


Fares." 

so io 



S.EA.SON TICKET 

For 3 mos. only 



£7 00 

9 00 

9 0-3 

10 00 

12 00 
12 00 

15 f :0 
19 00 
19 00 
23 00 
28 00 
2S 00 
35 00 
40 GO 
42 00 
42 00 
47 00 
47 00 



'ON BRANCH. 

. .. 2 

• • • 3 

••• 2\ 

••• 4} 

••• oi 

... h"i 

••• 74 

■:::$ :::::::: 

... 14 



ngDale, ■ IT,} 

Birds, 17 

Stoughton-, IS 

Easton, .•• 22 

NEW -BEDFORD AND TAUiUW 
BRANCH P.AILR0ADS. 
■Boston to 



SO 10 
10 
10 
12 
15 
20 
25 
30 
40 
50 
50 
60 
60 
60 
70 



S7 00 
900 
9 00. 

10 00 

12 00 

13 00 

14 00 
14 00 
16 10 



Ji lr 



1 *ks or Feeigut. i Norton, 

"'«■ per 100 lbs. ! M > rick's, • • 
Holland's, • 
Slab Bridge, 
I New Bedford 



Mansfield, 24 

28 

SI 



SO So 
90 

ioo 

100 
1 10 
140 
1 50 
150 



CO 






H 


-5 


-M 5 


M 


c 

c 


^ 3 

o ^ 


H 


>^ 


«n ° 


M 


s 


»- s 




«--, 


g -a 




O o 


> o 


O 


& "tr 


c £ 


H 


£ >> 


CU o 


H 


u ~' 


o ° 


£ 








C ^H 









-2 « 



CO 
<4 


o ^ 

^ Q 
art ° 


O rj 


2 ai 


H 


C O 


■3 v 

•s - ° 


3 £ 


CO 


S fa 


CD ** 


^ 

u ^T 




a ^ 




cS .'J 






*-> 80 


^ Sg 




♦3 tc 


O S 


r 




«s i 


^3 - 


« "iT' 




T3 =3 

Si ^ 


^ 9 

o ^ 


'S c 




.2 o 


H pt 


6 S 




.. t> 




3 




° d 


§ 


3j 



MASSACHUSETTS REGISTER. 



BOSTON & LOWELL, AND NASHUA & LOWELL RAILROA: 



Causeway | ^^H ;; •; : , ; • 



Passenger Depot 

n C 

and 

Andover Sts., 
Boston. 



■ y 



I & 



Opened 



for travel. 



I ! J u n e , 183 u 

I 



DIRECTORS. 

P. B. CROWNINSHXELD, (Boston,) "WM. AMORY, . (Boston,; 

JOSIAH G. ABBOTT, (Lowell,) EDW. SPATJLDING, (Nashua,) 

GEO. W. LYMAN, (Boston,) DANL. S. BICHABDSON, (Lowell,) 

ISAAC HILTCIfXEY, (Lowell,) ONSLOW STEAENS, (Concord,) 

WM. MINOT, JB., (Boston.) 



OFFICERS. 

GEOHGE STARK, Manager. 
[Offices at Passenger Stations, Bo B tonand Nashua.] 



JOHN B. WINSLCW, Supt. 
[Office, at Passenger Station.] 

CHARLES GODDARD, Cashier. 



[Office, at Passenger Station.] 



TARIFF OP PASSENGER FARES. 



Season Tickets. 



Package 

Tickets of i § 

50 .are ha 

sold at |a 

p< c c 

less than 

the 
usual fare. 



FiLOJI BOSTON. 

ro Somerville, . . .' . 
: - Willow Bridge, . . 
" West Medford, . . . 
li Winchester, . . 
" Woburn rentre, Br. 
i; East Woburn, . . . 
" Woburn Watering Place, 
'• North Woburn, . . 
" Wilmington, 
" Biilerica and Tewksbury, 
" North Biilerica, 
" Lovreil, 



To Middlesex, . . 
" North Chelmsford, 
" Xyngsboro' . 

" Nashua, . 



Mars. Fap-SS. 



12 



fMerrl 

Danfi 

• Miifo 



rimaek, . 
forth's, • 
ford. . . 
| Richardson's, 
g (.Wilton, . . 



23 
29 
32 h 
35} 
40 



■So 

85 

95 

1.05 

1.20 



1.35 

1.45 
1.50 
1.60 

1.65 



8 MoSths. 

gioeo . 

12 00 . 

13 00 . 

18 00 . 

19 50 . 
19 50 . 
19 50 . 
21 00 . 
2-100 . 

27 00 . 

28 50 . 
E0 00 . 



G Months. 

. £1*00 . 
. 22 00 . 
. 24 00 . 

35 75 . 



12 Months. 



35 75 
35 75 
3^ 50 
44 00 
49 50 
52 25 
5500 



£83 00 
40 00 
44 00 
60 00 
65 00 
65 00 
65 00 
70 0) 
80 00 
90 00 
95 00 

100 00 



Fare in 

J Second C ' ' 

Car, 50cer i 

between 

Boston 



STONY BROOK KB. 



From Lowkll. 
West Chelmsford, 
Westford, . . 
GraniteTille, . . 
Forgevillage, 
Grotoa Juuction, 



. 8 
. 10 
. II 
. 16 



Fares. 
15 
25 
30 
35 
50 



Lo-a-trl 



Trains run three times a day each Way, 
and connect ;it Groton Junction with 
tri ins and steamboats to New York, und 
West. 



Between WINCHESTER and WOBURN CENTRE— Single Fare, 10 cent,. 



Tbia road presents a greater inducement for people to live upon its line tb 
other road out of Boston. 



an - 



RAILROADS. 



•i 



i 






OLD COLONY AND FALL RIVER RAILROAD. 



Depot, 


-...--:: "■ :^~^r-r \ -^H. 


Opened 


eland Street,' 


. fe - $ g S I -' ■; 1 7 i *--:■-,:-- ...■--.. " i§ 


for 


corner of 


Travel, 




j J - ., ~jf» — <£ FT"'m 5"'.' I'' ~ ' '"i'V'-' ' f ~ 




•jth Street, 


: ' . ;'VS : '5:?:?f'S 7 ; ".''1 l, J«»}«"|'«j)UM|l! M ■ 


November, 


Boston. 


;"" SBlS 55 - 


1845. 



JAMES H. 
[Office, 66 ! 



OFFICERS. 

ALEXANDER HOLMES, President. 

[Otn<*- a: Passenger Station.] 

JOHN M. 'WASHBITRN, Treasurer. 

[Odce at Passenger Station.] 

JOSEPH S. BEAL, Auditor. 



SEAL, Clerk. 
itate Strect.1 



DIRECTORS. 



[Office at Passenger Statiou.J 



ALEXANDER HOLMES, RICHARD BORDEN, 

.-ILANOIS ii. CEOWKENSHIELD, PETER H. PEIRCE, 

WILLIAM J. WALKER. 



C. C. GILBERT, 
JAMES H. BEAL. I 



OLD COLONY AND 
Tp.om Boston io 



FALL RIVER RAILROAD. 

Season- Tickets. 
Tares. , — — *- 



Savin Kill , 

j Harrison Square, 
Neponset, 



its. lYr. 

12 $40.00.. 



[Granite Bridge 
Connects at -Milton L. Mills 

- , Mafctapan 

i,untree with North Vincy, 
>outh. Shore UVollaston,., . . 

,.*.lroad, at Brain ^ ee . 

Middieboro', South Brain tr* 



15 

18 

13 

20 



■ 


! Ifl Cape Cod 




Slailroact, 




r Yarmouth, 


-' 


anr.'is and 


M 


NiUtucket. 




ALSO, 


$ 


•■•': Fair- 


•^ 


■ er, Branch 
*• i dread, for 




' "• Bedford 




and 


i 






• "Mrjaaven ; 



South Weymouth, 
North Abington,. 



[South Abir 
North Kan 

[Hanson,.. 
Halifax,.. 

iPlymptOn, 



l r. 



8*. 

', til 

GL 
8 . 

.lOj. 

.m. 

.15". 

.18 . 

.21 . 



North Bridge water,.. . 

[Campello, 

JKehh'a 

j E.and W, Bridgewater 
jBridgewater,. ....... 

iTificuc.- 

jMiddieboro', 

jllaskins',. .......... 

jMyrtck's, 

[Assooet, 

[T«ry»« 

[Somerset, , 

IMiller'* 

Fail River 

fti via Branch and Main Line, either 
iarsand Children under D years 



40. , 
50. 
60. 



. SO. . 

90.. 

.61.00.. 

. 1.10.. 

. 120.. 
SO. 
', 45." 

50. , 
65. , 



' i'ii^rsa 1 



,fror 



ga 

85 !!!".. . . . 
','.'. 100 

... 1.10 

... 1 10 

... 1.2<» 

... 1.80 

... 135 

... 1.40.... 

... 1.30..... 

... 1.50 

lge'r and E. Bridgt 



45. CO.. 

50.00.. 

57.50. . 

G0.00. . 

62.50. . 
55.00. . 

60.00. . 

63 00. . 

6-5 00.. 

70.00. . 

77.0).. 

85 00.. 

90.00. . 

95 00. . 
100 00.. 
105.00. . 
110.00. . 
120.00. . 
12500. . 
185.C0. . 
1000'). . 

72.00. . 

75.00. . 

85.C0.. 

90 00. . 

9S00. . 
10000.. 
105 00. . 
110.00.. 
120.00. . 
125.00. . 
125.00.. 
ISO 00.. 
135.00.. 
135.00. . 
135-00.. 
140 00. . 
105 00.. 



bet. 



15 and 18 years. 



6 Mo*, i 
824.00. . ! 

27.00. . 

30.00. . 

32 00.. 

33.00. . 

35.00.. 

33.00.. 

35.00. . 

38.00.. 

39. 0.. 

42.00. . 

46-00. . 

51.00.. 

54.0*).. 

57 00.. 

60 00.. 

C3 00. . 

66 GO. . 

72.i iV. 

7^' ; 'h. 

81.00.. 

60 "■ . 

43-00. . 

45.00. . 

51.00.. 

54.00. . 

58.00.. 

60 00.. 

63.00/. 

66 00. . 

72 00.. 

75.00.. 

7-5 00.. 

7S00.. 

ei.oo.. 

8100.. 
81.00.. 
84.00. . 
63.00. . 
rhree-qw 



; Mos. 
moo 
10 oo 
18 00 

18 00 

19 00 
2100 
19.00 

20 00 

22 ;,0 

23 00 

24 0< > 
27.00 
: : :.'.'-- 
32.00 
33.00 
35.1 
37 00 
88 00 
42 00 
44 00 



20 00 
80.00 
32.00 

; : ;4.e-j 
85.ro 
37.00 
8S.rO 
42 00 

44 00 
44.00 

45 00 
47 00 
47 " • 
47 00 
49 "i 



at Myrict's 
with New 

Bedford and 
Taunton Rail- 
road ; and at 

Fall River with. 

Steamers 

Metropolis, 

Bay State, 

and 

Empire State, 

for Newport 

and 
New York. 



>f theaV>cve pric 



SCENERY. 
""antiert be denied that, the scenery on every section of this route is unsurpassed. The surface of the country for 
■' T ten mites is beautifrdly variegated, presenting a continual succession of picturesque-views of the country, the 
*nd the. s«a. Its hill-tops and valleys are decked with snieudid dwellings aud ta»telul cottages, and nowhere can 
-•'"I the union of town and country more complete. 

RESIDENCES. 
"''I'-^r, Milton, and Quincy afford locations for some oS the most delightful and healthy residences. Savin Hill, 
: " "■ Stjuart 1 , and Nep'onset, "from their proximity tothe'eity, and their attractive scenery, have become favorite 
** of residence. 

PLYMOUTH 
"<■'" great inducements for Individuals seeking health or pleasure. The Samoset House furnish?.? excellent areotn- 
■ 'on*; then there are Plymouth Kock, Pilgrim flail, and the graves of the Forefathers, calculated to awaken 
■tftel recollection. The numerous ponds in the vicinity of the village afford good risking, and the beach and t >add 
'■ ■ ■» ihs-vve- is are delightful piacea for a diive. • 

ATTRACTIONS. 
•> «ipca*lonal ride in the cars as far as Braintree, will amply repay one for the trifling sum exacted for fare. In 
; * through the village of Quincy, tho venerated mansion cf the " Eider Adams," and afu.-rv.ard3 the residence of 
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